Starpoint Gemini 3

LGM Games has officially unveiled the newest entry in its sprawling, space-faring RPG series, Starpoint Gemini 3.

The core exploration and interstellar dogfighting elements from previous entries are set to return. Supplementing these traits are several headline features, including the ability to control a drone, rather than just the capital ships.

Few details of this feature are available at present, but the developer has mentioned that it will enable the exploration of structures and other tasks not otherwise possible.

The other notable additions are 3D rendered characters for the first time in series history, visitable interior locales (including bars and high-tech facilities), and two new planetary systems.

In Starpoint Gemini 3, players take control of a new protagonist, Jonathon Bold, but no further information about the storyline has yet been revealed. Previous games included central narratives, though they often took backseat to the free-roam style of play that lets players embark on any kind of lifestyle they please, from being a pirate to researcher.

OnlySP reviewed the spin-off Starpoint Gemini Warlords on its release back in 2017, scoring it as a Credit and saying “the investment required to make the most of Warlords is likely to turn some players away, but those that take the plunge will be rewarded.”

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Damien Lawardorn
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