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Game Description:Jumping between 1950 and present day, players must unravel the time-twisted mysteries of the remote island of Katorga-12. Restore cover, crumble walls, or even reduce baddies to heaps of old bones using the game's Time Manipulation Device to alter and manipulate environments and enemies. Struggle for survival against time ravaged enemies as you try to uncover the secrets behind the island and the mysterious Element 99 housed within it.
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  • Amazon Offering Gold Box Bargains

    It's a good day for bargain-hunting gamers. Amazon is offering up some tasty "Gold Box" deals throughout the day. Transformers: War for Cybertron for Xbox 360 and PS3 will be on sale all day for $42.98, and the current lightning deal is Singularity, with a bonus graphic novel, on sale for only $39.99. Amazon will be updating its...

    Posted July 20, 2010

    Amazon Offering Gold Box Bargains
  • This Week in Game Deals: July 11th-July 17th

    CheapyD at CheapAssGamer.com scours both the online and offline world for the best deals on video games, and to help out your wallets, we're bringing his weekly recap to you! From May faves like Alan Wake to newer releases like Singularity and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, it's all covered below. Still out of stock on Night Springs...

    Posted July 12, 2010

    This Week in Game Deals: July 11th-July 17th
  • Review: Singularity "Fails to Deliver On Its Promises"

    The buzz around Raven's sci-fi shooter Singularity has been quiet lately. But it's finally arrived, and Abbie Heppe put it through its paces. From talking to her, it starts off very promisingly, but seems as though it runs out of gas along the way. Here's what she means: "I've read gaming statistic reports indicating that many times, only...

    Posted July 9, 2010

    Review: Singularity "Fails to Deliver On Its Promises"
  • Singularity Gets Release Date, New Trailer

    You may have noticed that March 2010 has come and passed, and yet there’s still no sign of Activision’s atmospheric, time manipulation-infused shooter Singularity. “I did notice that, Jake. What gives?” Well, you might remember that Activision bumped Singularity’s release date until March 2010 to give Modern Warfare...

    Posted April 19, 2010

    Singularity Gets Release Date, New Trailer
  • Raven Co-Founder Brian Raffel Singularity E3 2009 Interview

    There is something oddly compelling about Raven Software's upcoming sci-fi FPS Singularity. It might be the whole mysterious island thing, or the fact that the story takes place during two differing time periods, or that the game lets you manipulate the time states of objects, environments and even enemies. Ok. So there are a lot of very...

    Posted June 2, 2009

    Raven Co-Founder Brian Raffel Singularity E3 2009 Interview
  • 'Singularity' Environmental Vignettes: Time Manipulation Device In Action

    Singularity, Activision and Raven Software's time manipulating first-person shooter, revolves around the high-tech Time Manipulation Device (TMD). These videos serve to showcase two environments that you'll be entering to manipulate objects in the world to provide cover by reversing the "age" of a wall, kill enemies, and...

    Posted April 27, 2009| 2 Comments

    'Singularity' Environmental Vignettes: Time Manipulation Device In Action
  • X-Play Preview: 'Singularity'

    Adam Sessler gets a look at the time-shifting FPS Singularity in this X-Play Preview, an interview with producer Kekoa Lee-Creel, who talks about the weaponry in the game, and the multitude of ways you can interrupt time to kill your enemies. Sounds like fun, right? We thought so, too. Check it out and let us know what you think. Watch Larger...

    Posted February 27, 2009| 14 Comments

    X-Play Preview: 'Singularity'
  • DICE 2009: 'Singularity' Impressions w/New Screens

    Here at the 2009 DICE Summit, Raymond and I were treated to a live gameplay demonstration of Raven Software's Singularity, a new IP that they are aiming to release in 2009. Described as a thinking man's shooter, Singularity will use time, as well as the manipulation of time, in some unique and interesting ways (read: way better than TimeShift)....

    Posted February 19, 2009| 7 Comments

    DICE 2009: 'Singularity' Impressions w/New Screens
  • 'Singularity' Dev Diary Focuses On Lighting and Characters

    Developer Raven Software (Quake 4, Hexen, Heretic) art director Charles Morrow, casually reveals more details about the lighting and backstory of their upcoming third-person action game, Singularity. Details have been scarce thus far on this emerging title, however this video is a small step in the right direction. Still no word on a release...

    Posted January 20, 2009| 4 Comments

    'Singularity' Dev Diary Focuses On Lighting and Characters
  • Singularity Review

    Posted: July 13, 2010

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  • Singularity Multiplayer Creatures vs. Soldiers Trailer

    Posted: June 24, 2010

    17,589 Views | 02:06

  • Singularity Time-Manipulation Device - "Impulse" Trailer

    Posted: May 27, 2010

    8,232 Views | 01:17

  • Singularity Time-Manipulation Device - "Deadlock" Trailer

    Posted: May 20, 2010

    9,070 Views | 01:19

  • Singularity Time Manipulation Device Age & Revert Trailer

    Posted: May 13, 2010

    5,853 Views | 01:34


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