Gemini: Heroes Reborn
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Developer: Phosphor Games
Content Rating: Teen
Gemini is a first person action-adventure that allows users to enter into the role of Cassandra, age 20. She is a young woman on a journey of discovery in which she will unlock incredible powers - unique in the Heroes Universe - and solve a mystery in her past. She will be reunited with her long missing family, but not in the way she ever expected.
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Gemini: Heroes Reborn is certainly not a bad game, it is just excessively forgettable. There are some cool ideas such as the time-shift mechanic, and the combat is certainly fun for a while. Sadly dumb AI and repetition set in long before this brief journey ends. It also doesn’t help that the series it is based off of appears to be in its final form. Sadly the second game in this spin-off series is now likely never to see the light of day.
The lack of actual Heroes content in Gemini: Heroes Reborn can be taken two ways. It's not caught up in the increasingly complicated timelines of the franchise and aside from a few collectibles and a one line mention of a plot point, there isn't enough to keep fans hooked solely on their love for the show. It does manage to pack a lot of surprises into a short game with its interesting mix of powers but excellence is prevented as it gets bogged down in not allowing its own mechanics to properly flourish.
It might not be all that representative of the failed TV show, but that’s a good thing in Gemini: Heroes Reborn’s case. The brief campaign is priced perfectly and the gameplay on display is a lot of fun to take part in for the several hours it gives you. The story doesn’t have a lot to offer and is pretty standard as far as these kinds of games go, but the game’s fun telekinetic combat and stellar time-shifting mechanics make the experience a worthwhile one.