360 [PS3] [PC] Singularity

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Renendaru, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. Renendaru

    Renendaru (Evol)ution is nothing without love.

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    Singularity

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    I couldn't find a good picture for it.


    "The game takes place on a mysterious island known as "Katorga-12" where Russian experiments involving "E99" took place during the height of the Cold War era. Sometime during 1950, a terrible catastrophe known as the "Singularity" occurred on the island[4], causing the island's very existence to be covered up by the Russian government. The player controls Nate Renko, a Black Ops soldier who is sent to investigate bizarre radiation emissions coming from the island, only to crash land there. After regaining consciousness, Nate finds the TMD (Time Manipulation Device) and discovers that the island is constantly shifting between the time periods of 1950 and 2010. He also encounters Victor Barisov, the scientist in charge of the Katorga-12 experiments who reveals that a man named Nikolai Demichev is on the island to try to restart them on a much larger scale, which could cause an unthinkable disaster. During the quest to stop Demichev, the player will have to deal with hostile Russian forces in both time periods, and the hideously mutated flora, fauna and former residents of the island, some of which have developed time manipulation power of their own." (wikipedia)

    Also, in the Multiplayer, "the player fights for control of a map playing as either Soldiers or Creatures, each side having its own classes and abilities."


    I got it early today and so far it's been amazing, though I've only just now acquired the TMD, Time Manipulation Device. You will ran out of ammo in this game so fast it's not even funny. Plus, this game has a play-style really similar to some familiar games. Bioshock for fighting, sort of, Half-life 2 for the sandbox-ish deal with the TMD, Left 4 Dead for the multiplayer, and F.E.A.R. for how the game likes to scare you a lot.
     

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