Starpoint Gemini is a role playing tactical simulation, set in a unique and diverse science fiction universe.
Starpoint Gemini is a role playing tactical simulation, set in a unique and diverse science fiction universe. Smart use of your upgradable skills and vessel is the key for success. As a player, you’re free to roam the rich and living Gemini star system and advance your avatar the way it suits your playing style the best. When you’re ready you can tackle the challenging campaign and discover what secrets this troubled system is hiding. Sift through the massive selection of ships and ship systems and create that perfect battleship you always wanted. To aid you in your quest, is a large selection of capable officers you can hire and gain special bonuses. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey into the depths of space.
Freedom – Experience the full freedom of Gemini. Explore, fight, mine and trade in a rich and stunning free-roam universe.
RPG – Gain experience and Rank to unlock over 30 skills and over 15 special passive bonuses.
Armada – Spend Credits to buy one of over 50 powerful ships and upgrade them to fit your unique playing style.
Upgrade – Choose from over 300 unique ship systems and assemble your very own tool of destruction.
Narrative – Embark on a deep and thrilling journey into the political plots plaguing Gemini, spanning over 30 large campaign missions.
Change – Every action provokes a reaction. The universe changes according to your actions.
Crew – Enlist officers to help you survive in space, where every wrong move could be your last.
Mercenary – Hundreds of side missions. Search and destroy, Rescue, Salvage, Anomaly research, mining… something for everybody.
Mediocore.jeyko | Sept. 11, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
Starpoint Gemini is a space sim merged with RTS and RPG. And in trying to be everything, it does not do the basics right. There are a lot of missions and the combat is entertaining and satisfying, but that is where it goes kind of bad. The RPG elements are not good, the travelling is long and boring and the game is hard getting into.