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Frontiers is a Game Worth Exploring | Gamer's News Network

Games inspire many other games and whose to say anything against it? The team (team is loosely used as it is one man and a composer) at AAD Productions are making Frontiers and they took much from Daggerfall in The Elder Scrolls franchise and aims to provide a simplistic approach to frontier survival with a twist of a first person perspective and role playing game. To be honest this reminds me much of Elder Scrolls, but also of the recent game Don’t Starve where you’re thrown into the open and forced to hunt and gather resources in order to survive. From the looks of the recent trailer for you’ll be doing just that and so much more. In Frontiers you’ll even have to assemble your fireplace to cook your own food. (Frontiers, PC)

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