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Universe & The story

The A’Shriari devastated the solar system, central territory of the Empire. In that whole chaos, the Starpoint to Gemini was reopened. First the remnants of the once glorious Empire came into Gemini, but the all-out war that soon followed decimated the faction and caused the Empire to perish, once and for all. What was left were small pockets of Imperial loyalists, too weak to have any impact on the global Gemini politics. The second wave of exiles changed that.

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Ships & Classes

Take control of 10 playable ship classes that contains 80 different ships and engage the enemy in style! Customise weapons, components, equipment and enhancements and play it your way.

Battleship Battleship
Fighter Fighters
Gunship Gunship
Corvette Corvettes
Frigates Frigates
Destroyer Destroyers
Cruiser Cruisers
Dreadnought Dreadnoughts
Carriers Carriers
Freighter Freighters
Freightliners Freightliners
Fighter
Fighters Bontrolled by the AI, or directed by the player commands
Gunship
Gunship Fast & agile, perfect for hit & run
Corvettes
Corvettes Universal support vessel for small gunship fleets
Frigates
Frigates All-round combat vessels
Destroyer
Destroyers Fast and maneuverable warship of high endurance
Cruiser
Cruisers Excels at long distance patrols and larger fleet battles
Battleship
Battleship If you ever face a Battleship, you better have your own
Dreadnought
Dreadnoughts Great, you have a Dreadnought. Go destroy something
Carriers
Carriers The biggest warship of any fleet, a superior capital ship
Freighter
Freighters Non-military vessels used for cargo transport and trade
Freightliners
Freightliners Freighters on steroids, with enough cargo space to grind whole Asteroid fields

Territory

Spread your influence and increase your resources by expanding your territory, but don't stretch your defenses too thin or your enemies might take advantage.

1
Inhabitans: 9,024,498,014
2
Status Capital Of Baeldor Republic
Baeldor
1
Inhabitans: 11,615,991
2
Status Under occupation by the Yxaril Conglomerate
Carthagena
1
Inhabitans: 1,154,322,679
2
Status Capital of the Sentchuk barony
Corrion
1
Inhabitans: 42,489,599
2
Status Under occupation by the Trinity Free States
Eanakai
1
Inhabitans: 2,219,321,420
2
Status Capital of the Union
Fairuz
1
Inhabitans: 3,859,486
2
Status Disputed claim
Heeland
1
Inhabitans: 920,718,599
2
Status Capital of the Sanctum
Hogosha
1
Inhabitans: 3,985,264,212
2
Status Capital of the Iolian Pact
Iolia
1
Inhabitans: 3,490,780,512
2
Status Capital of Korkyra
Korkyra
1
Inhabitans: 7,176,409,222
2
Status Capital of the Nyxian Consortium
Nyx
1
Inhabitans: 27,674,512
2
Status Capital of the Solari Concord
Phaeneros
1
Inhabitans: 1,056,677,210
2
Status Capital of Porphyria
Pyros
1
Inhabitans: 30,674,512
2
Status Capital of the Outerlands
Solyma
1
Inhabitans: 4,990,845,912
2
Status Under occupation by the Baeldor Republic
Sora
1
Inhabitans: 1,950,919,328
2
Status Under occupation by Korkyra
Thauria
1
Inhabitans: 15,204,054,915
2
Status Capital of the Trinity Free States
Trinity
Baeldor
Carthagena
Corrion
Eanakai
Fairuz
Heeland
Hogosha
Iolia
Korkyra
Nyx
Phaenoros
Pyros
Solyma
Sora
Thauria
Trinity

Reviews

See what others have to say about the game, how they liked it and learn from their experience.

GamestaUK July 20th, 2016

Absolutely recommended. Just visit the forums and see for yourself how actively developers talk to their players.

This is alpha version, devs are discussing features with players and implement their ideas. The way it's supposed to be in Early Access. There are bugs and ocassional crashes, but I do not doubt it will get polished until the final release.

Game has big potential, it's core mechanics are similar to their previous title but with added features like owning your battlestation, manufacturing your own ships and conquring the universe. Can't wait to see what's coming next.

Recommended for people who are used to alpha builds of games.

Not recommended for people who want flawless final product.

BackstabberDC July 20th, 2016

Would you recommend this game? Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!

LGM was always friendly and active dev team, but with this game they proved they lsitened to their community. I remember many features people were requesting in Starpoint Gemini 2 and they delivered. This is like a dream come true and I'm excited to see how the game will change in the following months! Call me a fanboy, I don't mind, I have almost 200 hours in the game already and I'm truly enjoying the vasteness of this universe and freedom I have.

10/10 Brilliant, beautiful, smooth, fun!

With around 40 ships in Early Access and 90 on release this is better then some AAA games that don't have 20 ships in full versions! Highly recommended!!!

Of course, this is Early Access game which means it will crash and behave strange at times, and there is plenty of content and mechanics that are not yet implemented. But if you truly want to participate in game development, with this team you can't go wrong, because they care and they listen. They've proved that a thousand times already.

B00tsy September 26th, 2016

I normally don't buy early access games, because I just like to have a proper working game without bugs and glitches. I made an exception for this game however, because I really like the game genre and from what I have seen and read about this game it would be right up my alley.

The first day I played it right away for 6 hours straight and I was surpised that the game ran so well and stable. There was not a single bug or glitch I encountered nor a single crash while having a stable 60fps all that time (Vsync on).

There are a lot of things and features that still needs to be added to the game so you will see some 'coming soon' things in the game, but what is there in the game is really fun and immersive. I do need to get used of the camera/ship movement in combat a bit. Specially against small ships you are circling around the enemy ship so fast that it makes me dizzy and disoriented. I guess I am to much used to EVE combat :P

At this point in early development I definitely recommend the game and I can't wait to see all the other stuff the Devs will add to the game.

Positive EA experience yay!

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System Requirments

Minimum
OS: Windows 7, 8
Processor: Intel Core 3.0 GHz or equivalent
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 11 nVidia GeForce GTX 470 / 560,
1280MB or equivalent
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 15 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
Unforgettable Virtual Reality Experience Announcement
Fully Developed Game Controller Support
Steam Workshop Support Mod Friendly Setting Announcement
Neverending Procedurally Generated quests

The A'Shriari devastated the solar system, central territory of the Empire. In that whole chaos, the Starpoint to Gemini was reopened. First the remnants of the once glorious Empire came into Gemini, but the all-out war that soon followed decimated the faction, and caused the Empire to perish, once and for all.

What was left were small pockets of Imperial loyalists, too weak to have any impact on the global Gemini politics. The second wave of exiles changed that.

In the months following the last war thousands of humans from the Solar system fled to Gemini, seeking refuge from the A’Shriari aliens. They were not greeted with joy. Instead they were sent to a barely habitable planet in the outer Gemini region called Phaehana. There they built for themselves at least some sort of a meager existence.

They call themselves the Solari Concord, casting away any connection to the hated empire, but at the same time honoring their Earthly heritage. Thousands more joined them on the planet of Phaeneros. It was time to think ahead and carve a place for themselves among the twin suns of Gemini.