The Trail: Frontier Challenge for Nintendo Switch
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The Trail: Frontier Challenge

Mar 8, 2018
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Developer: 22cans
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Are you ready to climb the tallest mountains, wear the finest clothes, and earn a fortune beyond compare? Then welcome to the New World! Welcome to The Trail: Frontier Challenge! Join pioneers from across land and sea in an epic journey across an undiscovered country! Walk down the single track path of destiny at a calm and measured pace! Get out there and make your mark upon the world, adventurer! And you are not alone in your travels! Every person you meet on The Trail is another player who will trade with you at campfires located along the way.

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Critic Reviews

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6.27
Liam CroftMar 08, 2018
The Trail: Frontier Challenge is too much of a barebones experience for us to give it anywhere near a solid recommendation. The act of getting about is minimal when it comes to interaction, and the performance issues turn the game into far too much of a slog. The skill tree and the art style itself are two brief high points, but they’re not enough to make us recall this trip through the countryside with any degree of fondness.
Bryan RoseMar 12, 2018
I like some aspects of The Trail, such as the calm setting and the sense of fulfillment when finally crafting that recipe that you had been working on forever. But the negatives -- the framerate, controls, and uninteresting story -- do hamper the experience. They are manageable, and The Trail isn’t necessarily a bad game. It has its moments, but technical limitations do put a damper on things.
Reece HeyworthMar 26, 2018
The Trail: Frontier Challenge wants to be a chilled out stroll through the country and to an extent it succeeds, unfortunately lacking game mechanics mean that things never amount to anything more than a walk in the woods.