Captain your own space ship and roam the galaxy in 3D in this tactical space simulator with tons of RPG depth ! Space has never looked so inviting - but images can betray... It has been two years since the end of the second Gemini war, the situation in the wartorn system is further from resolution than ever.
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Release Date: Sep 26, 2014

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July 23

Starpoint Gemini WARLORDS with a discount!



Step right up and grab your copy, ladies and gentlemen. SG Warlords just hit a discount!

Warlords has been in Early Access for several months and we're making good progress. A lot has been done already, but a hefty chunk of features still remains.

You can check out our latest feature video on the Warlords store page. And you can check out the commotion on the community board or on our own forum.

If that's not enough, feel free to browse our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

We hope to see you there!

Safe travels, captains!

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April 21

"Starpoint Gemini Warlords", in Early Access, receives its first update!

Successor to the Starpoint Gemini franchise, Starpoint Gemini Warlords entered Steam Early Access a week ago and it's high time to start dishing out updates at a regular pace. The first one brings many bug fixes (a big thanks goes out to the community for sending in your game logs which made it massively easier to hunt them buggers down and squash them), but also some new content as well.

you can read more about it here!

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Reviews

“...one of the most positive and relaxing game experiences I’ve had in a long time”
80 – PC Gamer

“… if you’re the kind of gamer who really enjoyed the likes of Freelancer and the X-series, then you’ll want to keep an eye on this game.”
Escapist Magazine

“...largely nails that feeling of being a grizzled starship captain who doesn't play by the rules, making his living any way he can.”
75 – Strategy Informer

About This Game

Captain your own space ship and roam the galaxy in 3D in this tactical space simulator with tons of RPG depth ! Space has never looked so inviting - but images can betray...






It has been two years since the end of the second Gemini war, the situation in the wartorn system is further from resolution than ever.
The collection of freedom fighters named Gemini League is now reduced to a small group, with no power or influence, after losing their leaders. The Empire meanwhile, has used the re-opened Starpoint to occupy the once renegade Gemini sector - and beyond.



A multitude of Imperial warship fleets and mammoth motherships have crushed every trace of opposition. The situation was looking bleak, when they suddenly halted their armada and re-shifted their focus on fortifying Starpoint with staggering numbers. Rumours soon spread that they were afraid of something coming after them through the T-gate, from what was supposed to be the core of the Empire. What are they running from that makes even the mighty Empire tremble?



Starpoint Gemini 2 will take players on a breath taking journey, with dark secrets and unimaginable twists that will finally unveil the incredible truth...

Key features:

  • Complex, but easy-to-use RPG system, now coupled with dynamic real-time 3D combat.
  • Explore the dynamic game world as a whole, rather than through individual maps.
  • Use T-Gates, wormholes and riftways to travel faster around the Gemini system .
  • Fifty diverse factions ranging from states and companies to outlaws, locked in a powerstruggle, with over 100 commodities to trade or plunder.
  • Special revocable licenses acquired from factions offer various bonuses and unlock new options.
  • Hire mercenary captains to follow you on your travels and share your fate, and employ officers to fill key positions on your ship (engineering, navigation, tactical).
  • Random missions get generated depending on the player’s actions and allegiances.
  • Over 70 unique ships, fully upgradeable with various ship systems, with a.o. visible turrets, and a large arsenal of destructive weapons to blast enemies to pieces.
  • Direct ship controls create complete immersion.
  • Advanced physics provided by NVIDIA PhysX technology

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7, 8
    • Processor: 2.2 GHz Dual core or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compliant graphics card with 512MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7, 8
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Dual core or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 11 compliant graphics card with 1GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
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filmoret
( 68.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 27
Worth checking out. Play origins first because its the original game on the new engine.
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DEV
( 67.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 27
27-Jul-2016 : Finished main story + extras
Equipment : MSI GT80-2QE Notebook

REVIEW :
First thing first, this is not arcade space sim combat like Elite Dangerous, this is RPG game with space sim combat. You start with a small ship and you can play it like arcade space sim combat since the RPG elements seems irrelevant at the beginning. But as your rank get higher and you get access to bigger ships, you find yourself constantly outnumbered and outgunned. Tactical combat and RPG elements (properly developed character and ship) becomes essential to win a combat.

The game is open world. To be powerful enough to progress through the main quest, you can do faction side quests, freelance quests, mining. trading, bounty hunting, pirating and capturing ships. The graphics and soundtrack is great, the story is mediocre with really bad voice acting. This game is not a high budget A-List game, so there's no fancy 3D cutscenes with motion tracking and real voice actors.

The game also really mod-friendly. You can edit stats and even your savegames using a simple text editor. This mod-friendly approach is more handy that it seems. For example, my favorite Carrier-class ship doesn't come with a cloaking device. Easy, edit the ship stats file using Notepad and add the cloaking device myself. There's also Mod Tools to build your own contents. If you're a Trekkie, make sure you try the Star Trek Ship Mods in the Steam Workshop.

The developer also generous enough to give a free DLC titled "Origins". This free DLC offers 30 storyline missions of the original Starpoint Gemini, re-envisioned and ported to SPG2 engine. So if you never play the 1st one, you can play it now without extra cost. Basically you get 2 games for the price of one.

CONCLUSION :
Recommended on full price, a must-have on sale price.
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Josh6499
( 13.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 25
Awesome game! Got it on sale and I've been playing it constantly. Love the Star Trek sound mods for it. Also enhanced sky box and remove space debris mods are good plus some others. Definitely recommend this one! Play the campaign, it's fun!
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FordGT90Concept
( 129.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 24
This is a re-review implementing suggestions in comments:

It's needlessly complicated, the z-axis doesn't add to the game compared to the original, and it generally isn't fun.

Let me elaborate:
-Although the single continuous world is an improvement, getting around said world is tedius and time consuming unless you happen to be near one of the shortcuts and that shortcut happens to end up where you need to be.
-The combat is underwhelming. Basically, you tell the ship it can fire, it fires, you get shot at which is absorbed by shields, who wins is basically which of the parties has better shields and guns. Really the only thing you change is your facing so different shields absorb their attacks. Doesn't sound exciting, does it?
-The user interface is complicated and it really has no reason to be. I came back to play Titans and I was constantly pushing the wrong buttons. The controls are not intuitive.
-The story (including the DLCs) is uninspired, boring, completely forgettable, short, and ends before it feels like it should.

There's only two things I enjoyed in this game:
1) Exploring the galaxy.
2) The SG1 campaign imported into SG2. This fixed a lot of the gripes I had about the original (especially having to grind to proceed) which is why I liked it.
These things don't offset all of the other problems with the game though so still not recommended.

As for why there are so many hours registered, it's most likely a product of running in the taskbar. I repeatedly got bored of the game, alt+tabbed out, browsed the internet, and resumed later. It does not reflect what it actuallly took to finish the game (as is the case with a lot of games).
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Redrusty66
( 7.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 21
Grand Space Sim that puts you in command of a space ship to fly, shoot, trade, save the universe, blow up stuff, do the laundry, collect files hidden in floating junk, level up, hire recruits, upgrade your ship, and do pretty much anything else your starfaring heart desires. The game looks nice, plays well (albeit at a slowish pace), has enjoyably 'space-y' ambient music, and offers a ton of different content that may not always 'wow', but will definitely satisfy.
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druce
( 14.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 20
it's a good game but i wouldnt pay full price for it...i wouldnt even pay half the asking price,,,but, im pretty cheap (or so im told)...
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rubyismycat
( 76.4 hrs on record )
Posted: July 18
OK so if your a grumpy old git gamer like me who played feelancer on its release day you will know that this game is a blatent attempt to COPY FREELANCER without the massive budget and holiwood actors used to make the oridginal. The game uses places ship names faction names directly from freelancer without even trying in any way to hide that fact. Frankly im amazed Microsoft havent sued them into bancruptsy by now lol. But heres the mindblowing TRUTH this game is infinately better than eve better than star citizen which so far is a catastrophe and X rebirth a game for which egosoft should be stripped naked in public and pelted with rotten eggs. If you want a goode game similar to no sorry directly plageriseing Freelancer this is the game you want its a lot more fun than Elite dangerous too so BUY IT NOW before it gets banned. 8 out of 10
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ebonweaver
( 3.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 17
The apeal of this game is very specific. If you are looking for a thrilling story filled action packed game, this is NOT it! If you are looking for an open sandbox to just play in space, this is a great game. You can mine asteroids, take down pirates, explore space anomalies, and overall just roam the galaxy. There is a story option, I have not tried it, I wanted the sandbox. Controls are explained, there is no tutorial, you're just dropped in space and free to go and figure things out. Finding an asteroid belt of rare minerals sound fun? This is your game. Sound dull? Move along.
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Letalis13
( 21.4 hrs on record )
Posted: July 16
Up front: Not deep enough or fun enough to warrant a $35 entry fee. Definitely worth it for $10.

Pros:
+Artwork. Ships and backdrops are pleasant enough to look at and cruising through space in your ride of choice is nice.
+Simple, easy to use interface and controls. Love the interface.
+Straightforward missions
+Stable and nicely refined. Have yet to run in to a "broken quest" or a significant bug of any kind.
+Decent enough sized sandbox system to play in. It takes 15 minutes to fly across Gemini even with the fastest ship.
+Game adjusts difficulty rather well as you progress to bigger ships.
+Soundtrack is a definite plus that matches the mood of the task at hand.
+Lots of factions. No, they don't really fight all that differently but...they are labeled differently.
+Faction loyalty. It is simple to see who you are friends with and who you should avoid. System is easy and intuitive.
+Decent variety of ships, loots and weapons keeps things interesting.
+Fighters and bombers can be launched from you ship.
+Perk system. As you gain rank you can shape your fighting style and abilities. Easy and effective without being OP.
+Steam workshop enabled. I find looking at the hind end of an Intrepid Class is nicer than the stock ships.

Cons:
-Game progression can be very grindy at times.
-Uncompelling campaign became unbearable because of horrid voice acting. I began playing free-roam instead.
-Ships all fly and feel the same. A battleship handles just as well as a frigate, it just has more weapons, shields etc. :(
-Unable to target specific enemy ship systems.
-Sensor range is pitifully low. You'll always see things before your sensors do.
-Combat feels shallow a good portion of the time. Tactics rarely decide outcome, usually ship stats are it.
-Combat AI is downright stupid at times. As a level 18 I destroyed a level 70 pirate because they kept chasing me. My one pea-shooter gun could hit them from 800 out, their guns could only reach 550. As they chased me I eventually wore down their forward shield and nearly destroyed them before they turned and ran. At that point I ran them down, overtook and finished by shooting through their non-existent forward shield.
-Controls are simple, but can be awkward at times. No target padlock option. (Really?)
-3rd person views only. You will never be "in your ship"and that hurts immersion.
-Game does not track ships destroyed, troops lost, total money accrued etc. Nice touches that are easy to make.
-Small variety in mission types. Scan something, shoot something, ferry something. That's pretty much it.
-No ability to build up a true fleet, can just hire a couple mercs.
-No feel of actually influencing events in the game world.
-When you dock at a station or planet, all interactions are handled through a simple splash screen.

Summary:
Starpoint Gemini 2 is a nice little space romp for casual/arcade crowds. I would personally prefer options available to transform this basic game experience into something a little more hardcore. Replayability is hurt by lack of simulation options, inability to shape conflict and shallow combat mechanics. Less than 20 hours in I have a dreadnought class warship, have maxed out alliances with half the factions and explored roughly 60% of the systems in the game. I do not feel as though I will make any substantial new discoveries at this point, but may come back if I find myself in the mood for mindless point and click with a spaceship involved. Score: 7.5
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riffraffbri
( 31.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 15
I've been playing this game about a week, and got up to level 10.
It's not a bad little game, but don't expect too much, and don't pay more than $10 for it. The learning curve isn't too bad, but the controls aren't intuitive, so expect to stare at the screen dumbfounded a few times at the start.
The tutorial is not much. It's all reading with no in-game walkthrough. On the other hand, after only a few tries you should have the contols down pat.
The storyline is so Byzantine that you could never keep up with it, and their are no cut scenes, just cardboard cutouts in the top left of your screen trying to keep you abreast of the storyline. It's almost as if they made the game first, and then inserted a story. Also the voice acting is subpar, but to tell you the truth, there are very few games where I cared about the story (Homeworld, Starcraft, and that's about it).
The visuals are actually superb. Just flying through space and looking at the colorful planets and nebula is fun in itself. The combat is good, though there really is no dogfighting. If you are in combat and you have any kind of acceleration, you'll be miles away after only a few shots, and then you have to turn around and go back. Basically it's like the British and French during the Napolianic wars. You just stand there and hammer away at each other until one of you is dead.
Upgrading ships is practically unkown in the beginning of the game. When the next ship costs 10 million and you only have 250,000 and the missions give you a paltry 10,000, you aren't upgrading fast.
That too goes for the ship modules. Upgrading weapons, shields, propulsion, and the like is the same as upgrading ships; expensive.
The thing that I don't understand is that Freelancer was put out in 2003, and yet this game isn't a quantum leap in game play. In fact it's actually a step backward. It's like we didn't have 13 years of game development.

But, like I said, it's not a bad game, just don't expect too much and don't spend too much money on it.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
41.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 12
9/10 This game is a total an amazing space simulator. You start off with a tiny little gunship and move up to commanding Dreadnaughts and Carriers. You can command a mini fleet of 2 other warships. The AI is decent, storyline is phenomenal, gameplay is great! I did not feel like there was any grind at all in this game, making money and moving on to the next level and ship was fast and easy. Game was very intuitive with a very helpful UI, biggest complaint is the blech voiceacting and the horrific accents. Other then that the devs are super responsive and made a great game. I own almost 200 games and rarely give out reviews, when I do I either loved the game or hated the heck out of it. I loved this game and if you enjoyed playing Freelancer, Wing Commander Series including Privateer, this is like those games except on crack.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 4
Gameplay is awesome so far. Will update after I've logged more hours.

Voice acting is meh. I can't tell if Jeremy Coop is supposed to be Jamaican or French. Or both??
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
18.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 29
Had to write a review because I looked and saw that this game was getting really negative reviews. I think that most of these come from skewed expectations.

The game, is fantastic, but not for everyone. If you are expecting an Eve style game: turn around and walk away. If you are expecting an Elite: Dangerous style of game: turn around and walk the other way. If you are expecting a Freelancer style game: then come right on in and enjoy the ride. I'm a pretty big space junkie, even bleeding into the mobile area *gag reflex*, I know. But when I'm not playing some space game on my PC, I'm playing Galaxy on Fire on my phone. As far as the game goes don't expect much "dogfight" type flying and combat. While there is a small amount of that in the early game, very quickly it turns into a game with battleships and cruisers, where the tactic is to broadside your adversary rather than run at him head on. Being that it is in space, that type of combat is amplified tenfold. Think of a great conflict with you in your dreadnought vs 3 other battleships. You launch fighters and prepare for combat. Being that this is space one of the battleships flys above you, so you rotate your ship so that your port side is now facing the underside of his ship, leaving you with a perfect angle of attack. If that doesn't sound awesome to you than this game is now for you.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
31.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 15
I've been playing this game about a week, and got up to level 10.
It's not a bad little game, but don't expect too much, and don't pay more than $10 for it. The learning curve isn't too bad, but the controls aren't intuitive, so expect to stare at the screen dumbfounded a few times at the start.
The tutorial is not much. It's all reading with no in-game walkthrough. On the other hand, after only a few tries you should have the contols down pat.
The storyline is so Byzantine that you could never keep up with it, and their are no cut scenes, just cardboard cutouts in the top left of your screen trying to keep you abreast of the storyline. It's almost as if they made the game first, and then inserted a story. Also the voice acting is subpar, but to tell you the truth, there are very few games where I cared about the story (Homeworld, Starcraft, and that's about it).
The visuals are actually superb. Just flying through space and looking at the colorful planets and nebula is fun in itself. The combat is good, though there really is no dogfighting. If you are in combat and you have any kind of acceleration, you'll be miles away after only a few shots, and then you have to turn around and go back. Basically it's like the British and French during the Napolianic wars. You just stand there and hammer away at each other until one of you is dead.
Upgrading ships is practically unkown in the beginning of the game. When the next ship costs 10 million and you only have 250,000 and the missions give you a paltry 10,000, you aren't upgrading fast.
That too goes for the ship modules. Upgrading weapons, shields, propulsion, and the like is the same as upgrading ships; expensive.
The thing that I don't understand is that Freelancer was put out in 2003, and yet this game isn't a quantum leap in game play. In fact it's actually a step backward. It's like we didn't have 13 years of game development.

But, like I said, it's not a bad game, just don't expect too much and don't spend too much money on it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
76.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 18
OK so if your a grumpy old git gamer like me who played feelancer on its release day you will know that this game is a blatent attempt to COPY FREELANCER without the massive budget and holiwood actors used to make the oridginal. The game uses places ship names faction names directly from freelancer without even trying in any way to hide that fact. Frankly im amazed Microsoft havent sued them into bancruptsy by now lol. But heres the mindblowing TRUTH this game is infinately better than eve better than star citizen which so far is a catastrophe and X rebirth a game for which egosoft should be stripped naked in public and pelted with rotten eggs. If you want a goode game similar to no sorry directly plageriseing Freelancer this is the game you want its a lot more fun than Elite dangerous too so BUY IT NOW before it gets banned. 8 out of 10
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
35.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 4
This game does not reinvent the genre but I would have to say that it has the most friendly learning curve and decent story/graphics to get someone who has difficulty getting into games like X series and Eve a fair shot at playing the campaign. A little bit of a grind in the beginning but if you stick with it you will be gaining levels and access to bigger ships before you know it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
69.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 6
Leveled a bit with sidemissions, traded some things, started to steal ships, got rich af, bought a bigger stealth ship to steal bigger ships, sold bigger ships, bought licenses, bought even more licenses, bought ALL of them, found a station that sells me my best weapons for less than they buy them, stayed on that station for several months making money(haha, nice joke! ingametime doesnt pass on stations and planets), got out with an enourmously huge monster ship that can steal even bigger ships, got to the other side of the universe and bought the absolutly best ship to steal ships, kept all expensive weapons i found, i mean stole, went back to the station with the same full trading skills and trading skill mercenaries i found the stations trading logic with (yes, i wrote down on a sheet of paper where i can find them, just like with any of the ship slot upgrades), made 100bio in like half an hour of trading the same weapons over and over again. bought the universe.

I legitimately broke the game.

I even sold ships that i will never use anyway just for the overview. kept the cool ones ofc.
At this point Im just hunting down Heroes, stopped the story at like mission 14 because overly upgraded and overly well equipped me and 2 uber mercenary ships wreck just anything, no matter the title.
didnt get the artifact looting stuff, either its bugged for me, or i just didnt try to switch my reputation to the negative to be able to loot them. Who nose.

9/10
good music.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
21.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 16
Up front: Not deep enough or fun enough to warrant a $35 entry fee. Definitely worth it for $10.

Pros:
+Artwork. Ships and backdrops are pleasant enough to look at and cruising through space in your ride of choice is nice.
+Simple, easy to use interface and controls. Love the interface.
+Straightforward missions
+Stable and nicely refined. Have yet to run in to a "broken quest" or a significant bug of any kind.
+Decent enough sized sandbox system to play in. It takes 15 minutes to fly across Gemini even with the fastest ship.
+Game adjusts difficulty rather well as you progress to bigger ships.
+Soundtrack is a definite plus that matches the mood of the task at hand.
+Lots of factions. No, they don't really fight all that differently but...they are labeled differently.
+Faction loyalty. It is simple to see who you are friends with and who you should avoid. System is easy and intuitive.
+Decent variety of ships, loots and weapons keeps things interesting.
+Fighters and bombers can be launched from you ship.
+Perk system. As you gain rank you can shape your fighting style and abilities. Easy and effective without being OP.
+Steam workshop enabled. I find looking at the hind end of an Intrepid Class is nicer than the stock ships.

Cons:
-Game progression can be very grindy at times.
-Uncompelling campaign became unbearable because of horrid voice acting. I began playing free-roam instead.
-Ships all fly and feel the same. A battleship handles just as well as a frigate, it just has more weapons, shields etc. :(
-Unable to target specific enemy ship systems.
-Sensor range is pitifully low. You'll always see things before your sensors do.
-Combat feels shallow a good portion of the time. Tactics rarely decide outcome, usually ship stats are it.
-Combat AI is downright stupid at times. As a level 18 I destroyed a level 70 pirate because they kept chasing me. My one pea-shooter gun could hit them from 800 out, their guns could only reach 550. As they chased me I eventually wore down their forward shield and nearly destroyed them before they turned and ran. At that point I ran them down, overtook and finished by shooting through their non-existent forward shield.
-Controls are simple, but can be awkward at times. No target padlock option. (Really?)
-3rd person views only. You will never be "in your ship"and that hurts immersion.
-Game does not track ships destroyed, troops lost, total money accrued etc. Nice touches that are easy to make.
-Small variety in mission types. Scan something, shoot something, ferry something. That's pretty much it.
-No ability to build up a true fleet, can just hire a couple mercs.
-No feel of actually influencing events in the game world.
-When you dock at a station or planet, all interactions are handled through a simple splash screen.

Summary:
Starpoint Gemini 2 is a nice little space romp for casual/arcade crowds. I would personally prefer options available to transform this basic game experience into something a little more hardcore. Replayability is hurt by lack of simulation options, inability to shape conflict and shallow combat mechanics. Less than 20 hours in I have a dreadnought class warship, have maxed out alliances with half the factions and explored roughly 60% of the systems in the game. I do not feel as though I will make any substantial new discoveries at this point, but may come back if I find myself in the mood for mindless point and click with a spaceship involved. Score: 7.5
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
73.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 4
Very interesting and challenging game.
Love the combat systems, it has many options.
The story is OK.
The exploration its a bit underrated here, but has its moments too.
8/10
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 17
The apeal of this game is very specific. If you are looking for a thrilling story filled action packed game, this is NOT it! If you are looking for an open sandbox to just play in space, this is a great game. You can mine asteroids, take down pirates, explore space anomalies, and overall just roam the galaxy. There is a story option, I have not tried it, I wanted the sandbox. Controls are explained, there is no tutorial, you're just dropped in space and free to go and figure things out. Finding an asteroid belt of rare minerals sound fun? This is your game. Sound dull? Move along.
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