Kickstarter: Frontiers

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  1. Nathan Drake
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    I know, I know. "Another one of these bastard projects looking to steal my money?" Well I'm here to say that this one just might not make you feel any different, but I'm going for it anyways! I'll just skip USN, since really, no Kickstarter is news in my eyes. It's just a potential game of interest that piqued my curiosity more so than anything else I've seen on there so far. If it was already posted and I missed it after my quick search, well, stuff happens. With that said, I present:




    Having gone for almost its entire backer period so far, this only has one week left and has reached a number of its stretch goals. Its aim is to release by January 2014, and it's even aiming to have Oculus Rift support, having reached the stretch goal. Interesting? I'd say so.

    This will be on PC, Mac, and Linux, is looking to make it onto Steam, as well as GOG for those who want entirely DRM free goodness.

    Check out the Kickstarter page (linked above and again at the bottom of the post) for more gameplay videos and explanations.

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  2. FAST6191

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    Better than something I could probably make if I set out tomorrow. Sure.

    The animation had the air of the late N64 and maybe PS2 about it and a proper open world is bastard hard to do well so I am not sure how well this will work.
     
  3. Pong20302000

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    kickstarter page seems confusing

    looks like an ok game but nothing too special
    will wait till its out i think
     
  4. Nathan Drake
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    The Kickstarter page is ridiculously full of stuff. It's a lot faster to just read the basics, watch the initial kickstarter video, and watch the videos on their youtube channel. It should give you a good enough idea of what to expect, and how things work to some degree.
     
  5. Pong20302000

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    reminds me of "Wurm" lol