Singularity Hits The Shelves

SingularityActivision Publishing announced today the availability of the long-awaited new first-person action video game entitled Singularity. Developed by Raven Software, the game throws the player into the heart of a great conspiracy that sends him through time.

Studio Director of Raven Software, Brian Raffel, said that Singularity seamlessly combines a heart-racing, story-driven experience with epic sci-fi combat and gameplay. He also said that this new title reflects their heartfelt passion to bring an all-new fresh experience to the first person action community.

Singularity takes place on the mysterious Russian island base of Katorga-12. Players must fight through an environment, haunted by time-ravaged creatures and mysteries. In addition to the amazing single-player campaign, the game offers a unique multiplayer experience, where the Russian Special Forces will have to take on a group of creatures from another time and use their individual powers.

Singularity is published by Activision Publishing and developed by Raven Software. The game is rated M for Mature by the ESRB and is now available for Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3 for the price of $59.99. Singularity is also available for Windows-Based PCs for the price of $49.99.

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