Summary: an adequate score. i suppose that's the annoying part everyone, myself included, find it: adequate, acceptable. but hey, better something sufficient than to see another game barely achieving the "meh level"
Summary: I enjoyed the game. I agree with all the criticisms, but I dunno... somehow, in some ambiguous fashion that I haven't been able to put my finger on, Singularity felt unpretentious in an old-school sort of way, and that was refreshing for me.
Summary: Agreed. The game was nothing new and is the very definition of middle ground. A compromise between the rulers of the genre. Created by the Neutrals from Neutral Planet, it's providing you with a mild satisfaction. Or maybe not. It depends on your mood. Unremarkable to say the least, with scattered bits of fun, but not bad. If CoD or Bioshock never existed, this game could be considered a cherry pie dessert in a rundown communist military cafeteria.
Summary: The minute I first read GameInformer's preview of Raven's Singularity, I knew this game would be great. And it was. This is the first FPS I've played with I story I even felt was worthy of following. No doubt one of the games high points was at the beginning, with only a cheap revolver to go up against a horde of zombie-mutants. The "problem-solving" was always the same, except one puzzle needed you to go through a portal and back again.