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Starpoint Gemini Warlords. Endpoint Released

Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer LGM Games announce the release of the Endpoint DLC for Starpoint Gemini Warlords, saying this is the fifth and final DLC for the Windows spaceship combat game. The DLC is offered through GOG.com and Steam, and they note that the Steam version of the base game is currently on sale for 75% off as part of a sale on the entire franchise, including the new comprehensive Starpoint Gemini Warlords Gold Pack bundle. Here's the point of Endpoint:

About Starpoint Gemini Warlords: Endpoint
Many years have passed since the Solari Concord successfully established a foothold in Gemini but they haven't stopped there; a combination of rising military strength and persuasive diplomacy has caused them to become the leading power in Gemini. After such a long period of turmoil, most other factions became exhausted, and were eager to side with anyone strong enough to provide some sort of stability.

The Gemini Protectorate, successor to the legendary Gemini League, is cornered, and controls only a small region of space, and another cut off enclave, when the Concord reaches its borders.

The Protectorate High Command is still not willing to yield, but options are few...what will be the price of survival?

Key Features

  • Experience an all new storyline that follows the unexpected new path of the Gemini Protectorate
  • 8 brand new ship designs, covering all ship classes with a noticeable power edge in each of them
  • Multiple new and interesting characters entwined within the storyline
  • Story branching where you can choose how you wish to approach the challenges in front of you
  • Increased replayability as a result of multiple choices when accepting some story missions
  • Modified planetary assault where players can now strike decisively at individual planets, and automatically seize the whole enemy territory when the last planet is conquered

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2. Re: No longer support them Aug 10, 2018, 06:54 Lord Tea
 
WitcherOntheProwl wrote on Aug 10, 2018, 04:35:
I was a alpha and beta tester of these games and warlords was rushed out the door so the devs could release DLC. LGM are good devs that listen to the fans. I can't except the devs rushing the alpha and beta process so they can push the DLC out the door. I'm sure the that Iceberg put pressure on LGM to do this. Warlords will be the last game I buy in the Starpoint series. Starpoint 2 was better in story also. Warlords had nothing new in terms of story. It was just a graphics upgrade with DLC.

Alas, I have to agree. The story of Warlords is pretty weak. In fact I've only kept playing to level up and get better ships... even purchased the Titans DLC when it was on sale but it's just a little more of the same. Never finished my Warlords playthrough because I lost interest at some point. I'm currently looking forward to the release of release X4: Foundations.
 
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1. No longer support them Aug 10, 2018, 04:35 WitcherOntheProwl
 
I was a alpha and beta tester of these games and warlords was rushed out the door so the devs could release DLC. LGM are good devs that listen to the fans. I can't accept the devs rushing the alpha and beta process so they can push the DLC out the door. I'm sure the that Iceberg put pressure on LGM to do this. Warlords will be the last game I buy in the Starpoint series. Starpoint 2 was better in story also. Warlords had nothing new in terms of story. It was just a graphics upgrade with DLC.

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