If Nexon owned Minecraft... We would have to pay 5$ on a card for a diamond pick that would last 100 blocks. 2-3$s for one golden apple, 10$ to make a new world, and pay up to 20$ for every bit of new GOOD content that added anything worthy to the game. AKA EVERYTHING. lol Oh and SMP would cost 10-20$ for 1-3 weeks of it and the servers would be crashed and down for over 8 hours every day, and hackers would run the game and nexon would do nothing to them.
If Greyhound owned Minecraft, and you ever had problems starting the game, they'd tell you it was your fault and to GTFO. (Personal hatred of Greyhound.)
If the American Governent owned Minecraft, Creepers would be driving taxis during the day in New York while planning to overthrow the infidels...
If Uwe Boll owned Minecraft, there would be a horrible movie made about it, and the only thing similar would be Steve. It would be about a young man's journey to adulthood, with random dancing clowns in the background.
-Diamond would be $2 a piece, and all equipment and tools would expire after 1 month.
-Your account would be as secure as your little-sister's piggy bank.
-Memory leaks, graphic glitches, and poor coding would result in constant disconnections, crashes, and BSOD's while spelunking.
-A 'one hour' server downtime for an upgrade would be extended to 3 days downtime and the game being worse after.
-There would be 'premium only' gear that far surpassed regular, craftable gear and would cost a ton to buy ... Yet people'd still buy it.
-There'd be 15 different versions, all of which would have their own separate issues, from IP bans to disconnection.
-Hackers would rule the game.
If Polyphony Digital owned Minecraft, updates would take just as long, and the game would be dubbed "the real Bear Grylls simulator". Because of this, things would go back to to the good old days of indev where you spawned in a house. The full game would never be realeased though, because they'd spend 2 years working on the game, only to blow up Java and make their own version, which gives all games that used the old Java a good kick in the ass, because PD's would require Watson from Jeopardy to run. Also, their maps would load all of the chunks at once, and would automatically start out at 30 times the surface area of the Earth, for "ultimate simulation".