This game was a big surprise. I'd read nothing but good things about it.... but it was still a surprise to play a game that got practically NO pub and that I knew of no-one personally that had played it and have it be so enjoyable. For some reason, until I did some recent research on the game right before I decided to buy it, I had it in my mind that this game's big "gimmick" was that you could control bullets after you fire them. Since this didn't seem like an original or fun idea: i shelved the idea of playing Singularity. Upon playing the game: there is a SINGLE GUN that allows you to aim explosive rounds by "being the bullet", but it was far from the "main gimmick" of the game.
Singularity is an above-average First Person Shooter with some cool little quirks that make it better than the sum of it's collective parts. The graphics are decent-to-good, nothing amazing. The sound is also good without being remarkable. Game-play is smooth, aiming and movement is fluid, not quite to the point of a Crysis but good enough to not detract from the action. The things that bring Singularity over-the-top are: some of the enemy design, the ability to upgrade the multitude of different weapons, the cool sci-fi story, and the Bioshock-like upgrade system that allows you to modify your character in cool and vastly different ways. Without these things (and the weapons are REALLY neat) this game would probably be quite mediocre. With them, Singularity becomes a very memorable FPS, and one that is VERY worth the low price-tag that it current has.
yes: I recommend this product