Lightyear Frontier Review – All Chill, No Fill

Lightyear Frontier on Xbox Series S

Lightyear Frontier is more of a farming adventure than just a farming sim. You land in a bright and colorful open world with the friendly disembodied voice of PIP-3R guiding the way. It doesn’t take long to get the hang of the controls and the mechanics, and soon you are farming and exploring like a pro. It’s as if Lightyear Frontier was specifically designed not to stress you out in the slightest.

At first, Lightyear Frontier confused me with its lack of peril. I am so used to games trying to kill me at every turn that it took a good while for me not to assume danger lurked around the corner. You don’t get hungry or feel too hot or too cold. Nothing on the planet is going to hurt you. Even when noxious slime seeds rain down from the sky, they just need vacuuming up and using in a crafting recipe.

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