Starpoint Gemini Warlords is the next title in the Starpoint Gemini series, implementing many features requested by the Starpoint Gemini 2 community - the ultimate space adventure, combining simulation with RPG and 4X strategy elements.
Strategy from the front lines!
Starpoint Gemini Warlords is a unique blend of space sim, RPG and 4X strategy games focusing on larger ships, ranging from gunships to carriers. Command your starship, send your war fleets into enemy territory, lead your heroic companions into battle, build up your stronghold, trade, mine, salvage and remind your enemies why they fear you.
Humans, fleeing from the ruined Solar system trickled into Gemini in rag-tag convoys, their ships barely holding together. Planet Phaeneros, located in the farthest reaches of the Gemini system and abandoned long before Gemini gained its independence, will become their new home… your new home. Prepare for what’s coming, Captain. The Solari Concord needs you!
TWO GAMEPLAY MODES
Campaign mode is set after Starpoint Gemini 2. The Gemini Protectorate and its allies managed to fend off the Brotherhood threat. The Empire has been all but wiped out, both in their own domain and in Gemini. Only small pockets of resistance remain. Progress through the story at your own pace and make difficult choices along the way, creating your own unique storyline and play-through.
Conquest mode is for free-roamers. Strip away the story, but leave everything else and you have yourself the conquest mode. Create an adventure of your own and completely change the face of Gemini!
Starpoint Gemini Warlords © 2017 Little Green Men Games. Developed by Little Green Men Games. Licensed exclusively worldwide to and published by Iceberg Interactive B.V. All brands, product names, and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Made in Europe.
If you are a fan of the previous 2 Starpoint games, you should enjoy this one even more. If you aren't, what are you waiting for!!! For this iteration, the campaign storyline thus far is fantastic - much moreso than the previous two games. The ships designs are amazing. Combat is...bigger (as are the ships! Seriously, the size difference between ships is one of the biggest changes in the game so far!) The "Risk"-like conquer-the-solar-system map is huge, and though sometimes feels a bit too easy to conquer, can become a bit challenging (and unfortunately a bit tedious sometimes) when the AI strikes back. I love that after conquering an area, it is absolutely possible to lose it again. I recommend this strongly if you enjoy space flight games like freelancer or the X-series and such. This game is sort of a combination of those two specifically. Be aware this is not a spaceflight-sim, so no physics (or not much - ships do have some small amount of momentum, but that's it).
Starpoint Gemini Warlords is yet another installment of the Starpoint series, very good one in fact. It is true that the game plays extremely similar to the previous parts but developers added many improvements when it comes to gameplay. Also the world got bigger. I have to praise the developer who listens to the community and adds requested feature. Solid title!
Even though this is a space sim, it is more oriented towards combat rather than things such as trading. This game might not be worth it for gamers who play games such as Eve for it's expansive economy and trading. However, for players such as myself, combat is always a welcomed feature. The game looks great, from the ship design to the various worlds, it is truly a wonder to witness it on my screen. The soundtrack is also absolutely breathtaking, I would say it is on par with the lord of the rings trilogy soundtrack! In fact, I would say that the soundtrack is much more diverse than most other games because it features genres from cyberpunk to epic. This game has one of those soundtracks that you just want to look up on youtube and listen to it yourself later. The voice acting in this game is a hit and miss. Some of it is good and some of it is not. For an example, Raynor Trace is a character you meet early on but his voice doesn't quite...match with his portrait. He has a mask on like Bane from Batman but his voice is crystal clear. I felt that they could have muddled the voice or something to add to the immersion. If youre into space sims, I recommend you give Starpoint a try!
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