Indsendt: 24. juni
Overview: Underrated First Person Shooter
+ The story is about time travel and trying to change the past to affect the future. It doesn't provide anything new but it does make the game more interesting particularly when you travel between the past and present and see the changes in the environment.
+ Good atmosphere featuring a post apocalyptic setting
+ Creative weapons that feel great to use and can be upgraded by finding upgrade kits scattered throughout the levels.
+ In addition to weapon upgrades, you will find blueprints and experience to upgrade your character. It provides a nice rpg element to the game.
+ Good sense of pacing - The levels feel different, the gameplay changes up every once in a while, it never feels like you're doing the same thing over and over again despite shooting down hordes of enemies.
+ Despite the linear nature of the game and the levels, exploration is heavily rewarded in the form of experience.
+ The main premise of the game is that you are given a time manipulation device used to age/renew objects for some light puzzle solving. It's a good premise but I never felt like they fully utilized it.
+ Nice boss battles
+ Good buildup to the end of the game and a solid ending
The graphics even for its time doesn't really stand out, textures are very bland.
- no sub title option
- audio bug that needs to be fixed (check forum for soultion)
- Multiplayer is dead
This game borrows different ideas from different games and puts it all together in one satisfying package. This is a very underrated game that deserved more success, too bad Activision thought differently and sent it out to die upon release. If you are looking for a FPS game and still haven't gotten Singularity then do yourself a favor and pick it up, you won't regret it.