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Salvation Prophecy

Salvation Prophecy


Critic Reviews

"The setting is compelling, with missions going on in the background and changing the dynamics of the world, with colonies and stations switching hands and news of unsuccessful invasions ticking across the screen. 
Both the land and space battles are chaotic, enjoyable messes of dangerous lasers darting across your display. Salvation Prophecy has some of the best non-scripted battles in any space adventure game: forty-ship (or –person (or –alien)) battles here seem more convincing than in some other space games where success is only up to you."
-- Out of Eight PC Game Reviews 

"I think the biggest selling point of Salvation Prophecy is the audience it can please, with having game play elements in strategy, space combat and first person mode you are not locked into a certain play style and you don't get bored either. I lost track of time while playing this game because the jump between space battles, ground battles and strategy elements are just about perfect. With all of that I give Salvation Prophecy a grade of 92%."
-- Space Sim Central Review 

"When I booted up Salvation Prophecy and it ran smooth as silk. 
I’ve said it about 20 times in this review, but Salvation Prophecy really is a simple space-sim. This doesn’t stop it from being a great game though. It combines a number of competent gaming mechanics that don’t overreach themselves and solidly interweaves them all in a dynamic galaxy."
-- Halfbeard's HUD Review

"Recently I purchased a game called Salvation Prophecy, this is a game set in space, aliens and humans are at war for domination of the galaxy. EPIC! 
All in all the game is very enjoyable and the graphics are very good considering it isn’t a very big game, if you have the money and are a fan of Sci-Fi games then definitely pick this up."
-- Indie House Review 

Game Summary

Salvation Prophecy is a military space epic. Human, mutant, and robotic factions are at war for galactic domination. Battles rage as space fleets collide, and planet invasions clash against fortified enemy colonies. Yet the greatest danger is the impending annihilation foretold by an apocalyptic prophecy. You must seek out the mysteries of distant alien worlds, and master ancient powers to withstand the coming storm.

Key Features

  • Space Combat
Engage in epic space battles with 50 fighter ships, space stations, and battleships.
Upgrade your ship with more powerful weapons, missiles, engines, shields, reactors, and EMPs. 
  • Planet Battle
Embark on drop ship missions to invade enemy colonies.
Battle against enemy troops, turrets, flier-bombers, and powerful mech units. 
  • Alien Planet Exploration
Navigate your ship through unstable wormholes to unknown galaxies. 
Explore alien planets inhabited by dangerous creatures. 
Discover the secrets of an apocalyptic prophecy. 
Seek out the guardians of ancient runes. 
  • Military Command
Gain ranks by completing missions. 
Rise up to lead your faction's military strategy. 
Construct planet colonies, space stations, and military units. 
Order new missions to attack the enemy. 

System Requirements


Operating System: Windows XP SP3, Vista, or 7 
Processor: Dual core or better 
Memory: 2 GB RAM 
Hard Disk: 1 GB
Video: 256 MB. NVIDIA Geforce 8600 GT, ATI Radeon HD 2600, or better. Integrated graphics cards are not supported. 

User Reviews

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Salvation Prophecy is a large open world (open space?) sci-fi game released in 2012. Comparable to Mount & Blade, it is open end...ed and somewhat randomized. In Salvation Prophecy you choose a race and then work your way up the ranks by exploring space, invading planets and defending your own planets. You'll gain access to your own spaceship early in the game that grants you the ability to freely roam the galaxy when not on a mission. The core of the game is invading planets and space stations as well as defending your own when needed. When invading a planet you and your squad will be placed on the ground and you have to eliminate everything on the map in order to win. To invade a space station you and your squad will be in spaceships (obviously) and again, the goal is to eliminate everything on the map. It might sound repetitive but the game changes up the variables (enemy types, etc) enough to keep gameplay fresh. Character movement on ground is simple and a bit weightless but it works well enough. The ships controls can take some time to get used to, but once you do you'll feel right at home piloting your ship. The story isn't anything groundbreaking and it is fairly sparse but it is serviceable and it has a few nice moments. Graphically Salvation Prophecy won't win many awards due to somewhat simple and dated graphics but the game isn't ugly either. The sound is decent enough but is mostly generic sci-fi stuff. There isn't much voice acting in the game, but the voice acting that is present is well done. While it is open world, there isn't much reason to explore the galaxy unless you're on a mission, outside of perhaps getting yourself comfortable with the ship controls. You could say this game is somewhat simple overall and a tad repetitive, but it's really well done (I've yet to find any bugs/glitches) and it knows what its strengths are and plays to them, Salvation Prophecy is just outright fun.


Salvation Prophecy actually really surprised me. I was first introduced to it as a "space Mount & Blade" and that's pretty much ...what it turned how to be. The music is pretty neat and visuals even though they might not look that good, I think they hit the right spot in terms of actually fitting the game world. The gameplay is pretty great too, you can choose from a set of different races, each one different from the other. There's abit of everything in Salvation Prophecy, there's a story element which is mixed with abit of roleplay while you're on your space station and there's also a strategy component which takes place when choosing missions. Then there's the ground combat which is when you choose a planetside mission and those are the best moments of the game, they are just epic. And of course, the space combat which I don't enjoy as much as the ground combat but it's still great. If you are unsure about getting Salvation Prophecy or not, I think you wouldn't regret buying it, otherwise just wait for a sale. I highly recommend this one!


First time i played this game i not expected much, but oh well, not mentioning some minor flaws its much better then many simila...r type of game. In term of gameplay its interesting mix of space shooter with ground battles and elements of RPG. You taking missions, completes them, gain more power and repeat. Choose of missions is mainly up to you end there is always some choice to pick. After some tile getting little repetitive, and little too stamps in area of space shooting, but its still nice
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