First week in Star Alliance and I’m ready go back to that cesspool Earth. Apparently I’m the only Muscoid on this frigate - what gives?!
Strap yourself in and get ready for the galaxy’s most out-of-this-world sci-fi RPG! Live the action-packed life of a space hero bringing peace and order to the universe - by ANY means necessary!
Command a crew of questionably capable, likely insane, yet undeniably charming cadets on their haphazard travels across the Milky Way. Enjoy immensely satisfying 3rd person combat and narrative choice that’s overflowing with humor, as well as technically legal obscenities you won’t find in any other video game - especially after the ESRB hears about this one! And remember: In space, nobody can spell your name.
Meet the Crew
Being the Balding Eagle’s longest serving crew member, the ship’s engineer Larry has got some stories to tell. Uninteresting, excruciatingly long and boring stories. Nobody likes Larry.
Age: 31 adult years plus his formative croakpole infancy
Bruise is a fearsome warrior who owes his life to Creed. He has stood beside his Commander through countless hardships, and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon. In his spare time he enjoys the little things in life, like finger painting, action figures, and crushing the skulls of his enemies.
Charming, capable, heroic. These were words to describe the famous Commander Creed, before his face suffered a close encounter with a bullet. It’s true what they say; getting shot in the head changes a man. In his heart of hearts he knows he’s still the hero the galaxy needs, but it’ll take some convincing to get the Star Alliance onboard.
Born and raised by an ancient forgotten race, K’iara joined the crew in search for vengeance, adventure and something to do. While capable and strong, her knowledge of the civilized world is somewhat lacking. She can turn a man inside-out with her mind but can’t figure out how to use the mess hall coffee machine.
Redshirt hangs around the ship and pokes at his pocket computer, doing who knows what. Redshirt insists that his name is actually Wesley and that he’s an essential part of the crew. He has yet to convince any of the other crew members.