The first Starpoint Gemini was met with unfavorable reviews by critics and hit-or-miss opinions of fans. Can Little Green Man Games redeem the title with the sequel; Starpoint Gemini 2?

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A father of three boys, a loving husband and a deeply spiritual man, Rich can often be found staring out of windows from high rise office buildings while he slowly stirs his glass of wine. His thoughts drift of to science fiction stories of robots and spaceships while down tempo music plays softly in the back ground. He is quick to provide aid or a kind word and is often seen with a smile on his face even as a corporate executive tosses him out of the building for breaking into an office and stealing wine.


  1. Someone on Google+ asked about ship handling.

    The ships in SG2 are more akin to large vessels with dozens of crew members. To that end, the developers probably intended for the ships to be very slow to respond. The lack of good maneuverability would be a bit more acceptable if the ship design and graphics indicated a large ship. But my vessel looks like a single or duel pilot fighter.

    So, compared to other games like Freelancer and Evochron Mercenary, the handling is much slower.