So an user on rpg.net expresses his view on this "obscure" rpg which seems to have a lot to offer.
On another site, i read:
If Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker and Edgar Allan Poe wrote a fantasy RPG - this would be it.
I was wondering how many americans know it, because i have a copy of this game and it is a peculiar one. I'm not sure it can be regarded as an old-school role-playing game, because it dates back to 1998, but at the same time it is pretty intriguing because as i said, it is sort of "one-of-a-kind" rpg, given its setting.
From Sjgames website:
Most American gamers have probably never heard of Gemini. This is because most of the games that we play over here are American ones. Many gamers probably never stop to think about the fact that there is an entire continent of gamers across the ocean, all gaming away just the way we do (we're talking about Europe here). Most of them just go about their business playing their American stuff and assuming that the term "foreign game" means a non-English translation of an American one.
Well, the truth is that there are plenty of other games out there, and Gemini is a great example of one that is ever-so-slowly creeping its way onto American gaming tables. It hails from Sweden and brings with it a style similar to our own, yet at the same time unique unto itself.
Other info here.