Inventive time manipulation powers.
Creative weapons, all of which are fun to shoot.
TMD makes combat fun.
Impressive set pieces.
The gameplay is exciting from beginning to end.
Decent sense of variety with E99 abilities.
TMD powers provide excellent use in and out of combat.
Multiplayer is engaging.
Sufficiently creepy and intense at the right moments.
Shooting at mutants doesn't get more fun.
Time-manipulation powers keep the action interesting.
Setpiece battles, boss fights, and puzzles mix up the pace.
Simple, primarily crate-based puzzles.
Limited multiplayer options.
Lack of a memorable soundtrack, or even a particular song.
Derivative of seminal shooters.
Visuals are behind the times, Scattered glitches.
By TechSpot on June 29, 2010
It's unfortunate that Singularity adds another episode to the series of games that are released only to need a patch or two from day zero. In all fairness, if it were not for the glaring texture streaming problem, Singularity would likely be one of th-
By Maximum PC on September 20, 2010
Time flies, except when you tell it not to The world is full of mysteries. What killed the dinosaurs? What is stored in Area 51? Why—oh dear goodness, why—does anyone think Dane Cook is funny? And now, there’s a new head-scratcher for...80
By TechCentral on September 09, 2010
Singularity is an average FPS game that has some interesting ideas that could have been better realised. It's a fun game nonetheless as the pacing is good and the set pieces are well scripted. The TMD also makes combat interesting as there are so...70
By Gaming Nexus on August 28, 2010
Of all the bad things that Activision has done over the last few years, the worst is that they didn't market Singularity more. Sure the game was delayed a bit after getting an interesting viral campaign launched for the game, but it's a shame...77
By itreviews.com on August 03, 2010
At its best, this is an insanely entertaining first person shooter. It takes too long to get going, and lacks ideas sometimes where it needs them the most. But when it hits its stride it's genuinely first class gaming at its peak. Activision -...-
By Game Chronicles Magazine on August 03, 2010
Raise your hand if you’ve ever encountered this scenario. You walk into your nearest gaming store establishment looking for something new to play and you come across a title that you’ve never heard of. It grabs your attention until you...94
By PC Gamer on July 31, 2010
A confused mess of promising but inconsistent mechanics. Hilarious, maddening, stupid and occasionally...68
By Gameplay Monthly on July 30, 2010
Singularity provides a much needed break from the strains of tumultuous gaming to offer an experience that is just plain fun....75
By V3.co.uk on July 18, 2010
Fun but not very original Good Points Fun to play; the Time Manipulation Device offers some interesting puzzles Bad Points Not very original; graphics are a little bland...60
By New Game Network on July 12, 2010
Singularity is a sci-fi first person shooter from Raven that is set on a fictional island known as Katorga 12. The island was controlled by the Soviet Union in 1955 in order extract a fictional element called E-99. The element possesses untold power...76