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Space Force: Rogue Universe SpaceForce is an RPG space simulation with a heavy focus on ship development, an immersive universe, and freedom of choice. Players have the opportunity to engage in trade, exploration, combat, crafting, questing, and diplomacy in addition to ship development and player activities. Players can choose between 10 professions and more than 14 spacecraft. They can earn money and experience points in order to advance to higher levels. Since A.I. plays a crucial part in SpaceForce, it will create a unique playing experience throughout the game. [DreamCatcher Interactive]
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 64 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1515
Genre Simulation, Sci-Fi, Space, Large Spaceship, Civilian
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Dreamcatcher / Provox Games
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Space Force: Rogue Universe reviews ( 7 )

JamesB., Aug 9, 2007

Awsome Game!! The Battles at the Beginning are NOT hard at all (just need to turn down the Diff),the graphics are great,the music is great also. There isnt any multiplayer yet but there "might" be down the road,The Advertisement on Steam stateing that there is multiplay is a mistake by Steam not the developer or the publisher. Overall the game is Great,i say buy it if ya like space games.

JoshB, Jun 21, 2009

I'm determined to help this games rating. It took me almost a week to get over the learning curve. However, this is "the" single most expansive sci-fi flight sim I have ever played. Not only does it offer in-game benchmarks for Dx10, it offers a galaxy of star systems and planets, factions and multiple game-play options. Beautiful game with lots of flight controls.

man_e_teren, Feb 15, 2012

This game recieves full score from me for several reasons. First, the amazing soundtrack. It alone makes me want to play the game. It really flungs you out in the galaxy. Second, the graphics. It to is magical. Combined with the music it creates the best space-sim feeling in a game I have played. Third reason, the fights. Tough adrenaline pumping action. Forth reason is the exploration. Many systems to explore, many species, many secrets. The game has a few downsides, like the steep learning curve, short story and repetetive missions. However, it's better to have an advanced game than a simple one and the non story-mode gameplay is almost as fun as the story-mode. So the biggest downside is repetetive missions, but that doesn,t matter much when you want to fix medals and explore the galaxy. SpaceForce: Rouge Universe is simply one of the best sci-fi games if you like the feeling of really explore space in a beautiful and fantastic way.

TylerM., Nov 22, 2007

The game seems unfinished. it is a great visually, but there are many aspects that are wanting. especially when compared to similar games in the genre, IE freelancer. the voice acting is, well, it's terrible. I would rather poke my eardrums with a fork. it has several great ideas that they just didnt go anywere with, such as anomolies. the radar is so confusing that if you spend any time looking at it you will get lost. theres no gamma settings, the game is very very dark, you can't see what your shooting at half the time.

xdp, Jun 7, 2007

3 points full for the visual development team(for in-game models, animations, designs, etc BUT not those ... FMV). It is eye catchy and can easily fools anyone with still shots, however it is a big let down when you are in the cockpit for the first time. Voice-Over, Sound Effects, Controls (Keyboard & Mouse) and playability shows no good sign at all. Even the decade old Freespace 2 is alot better and engaging in every sense. Definitely not worth it unless the publisher decide to patch a major overhaul a.s.a.p.

JoseDosC, Jan 24, 2010

I like space games, even not great ones. I've played everything from Elite on the 8 bits through the X games, Frontier, Freelancer etc. But I didn't like this, it felt flimsy and cobbled together. As others have said the onboard computer's messages are annoying, the NPC chat is repetitive, and the interface is both hard to understand and doesn't look good. I would say you should buy Dark Star One over this, if you have exhausted all the better options (like X3).

SteveB., Jun 13, 2007

It's just criminal to take a game with so much potential and just torpedo it in such an obscene manner. What's really amazing is how much effort went into the game on the basic stuff -- engine, art, etc. -- and how little effort went into directing this to a great gaming experience. In the grand scheme of things, it takes relatively little money to hire a good writer/designer, compared to the rest of the investment. If only they had done that, this game would absolutely sing. As it is, it sinks like a stone. They hired an incompetent 19-year-old student with zero experience to do the entire mission design and writing. He did even worse than you'd imagine. Do not even consider buying this game until you have tried the demo! You'll easily see from the demo how bad it is.