Spacebourne 2: Review


This game was reviewed on PC.

Reviewed by:  Srinivasa

There have been many games which have promised to do everything in the world. A game which allows one to go to any planet and do anything you want as you go no. The dream of the infinite game remains and is being tried to do so.

Spacebourne 2 feels like the single payer attempt at that in its now early access situation. The game is an open world or Open-Universe (as the game mentions) RPG and a third person Shooter game which many of the anticipated features such as mining, trading, piracy, crafting, and deep exploration. The game is seemingly made by one person.

Before I continue on with how the game is working, I must preface by saying that the game is extremely Janky. I mean this not in a bad way but rather the feel of having a game which is development by one person along with the Early access. The game does have many issues of popup along with he guns feeling floaty but not too much bad feeling powerful enough.

And even though it mostly works with the player able to pilot a ship freely across the world while landing on the various planers and space stations. Talking to random people and doing stuff collecting the resources. One can even land on an Asteroid and explore even though there is nothing do. To progress through the game, players must complete various missions and tasks, such as mining resources, trading goods, and completing combat missions. The game's economy is based on the supply and demand of resources, and players must carefully manage their resources to ensure their ship's survival. Players can also upgrade their ships with new weapons, shields, and engines, allowing them to engage in combat more effectively.

I personally am pretty lost in the story of the game as this seems to continue with the pervious and I was personally unable to get to the characters, but it does seem intriguing. Even without that the story feels a bit disjointed in its early access position. It is difficult to keep track of all the different characters and factions, and the game's plot can feel overwhelming at times. But as told this may be more of a personal issue than for others.

The combat system in Spacebourne 2 is challenging and requires skill and strategy. Players must learn to maneuverer their ships effectively and use various weapons and tactics to defeat their enemies. The game also features several different types of ships, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Players can customize their ships with various upgrades and weapons to suit their play style. The RPG mechanics are also pretty substantial and feel pretty good.

One of the game's most Janky features is its graphics and sound design. While The game's visuals can be stunning, with detailed and immersive environments that really make the player feel like they are exploring the vastness of space. The game's sound design is pretty good and complements the game's visuals and action.

However, the game's difficulty level may be a turn-off for some players. Spacebourne 2 is a challenging game that requires patience, skill, and strategy to progress through. The game's mechanics can be overwhelming at first, and players may need to invest some time in learning how to manage their resources and upgrade their ships effectively.

Overall, Spacebourne 2 is a well-designed and engaging space simulation game that offers a challenging and immersive gameplay experience for fans of the genre. The game's open-world environment, immersive graphics, and challenging combat mechanics make it a standout title in the space exploration and combat genre. The game's sound design and soundtrack are also noteworthy, adding to the game's immersive and cinematic experience.

The game's replay value is high, with several different factions to choose from, each with its own unique storyline and gameplay mechanics. It does it feels like players can also customize their ships and playstyle, allowing for endless hours of gameplay.

However, the game's high difficulty level and complex mechanics may be a turn-off for some players. The learning curve is steep, and players may need to invest some time in mastering the game's mechanics before they can progress through the game's story effectively. At first along with the story and the jankyness of the game I struggled a bit as I

So, I would say that Spacebourne 2 is a standout title in the space exploration and combat genre, offering an immersive and challenging gameplay experience that is sure to delight fans of the genre. While the game's high difficulty level and complex is a turnoff to a many. Also, the game is very very Janky and in early access. I would recommend waiting for the game to completely resale as I do not feel like the game is worth buying as of now even though it can be pretty fun.

Reviewed by: Srinivasa