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Singularity Free Download Repacklab FIGHT THE PAST TO SAVE THE FUTURE. STOP THE SINGULARITY. Learn the truth behind a massive cover-up of the catastrophic SINGULARITY, an event that fractured time and threatens the world as we know it. Armed with powerful, advanced weaponry and the experimental Time Manipulation Device, fight enemies from the past, the present, and abominations caught somewhere in between. TIME IS YOUR WEAPON Use the TMD – Time Manipulation Device – to change the age of objects and enemies and bend time to your will. Age enemies to dust in seconds, manipulate objects outside the laws of gravity, and degrade objects to a withered state or renew them to their pristine form. Unlock upgrades to harness the TMD’s full power and expand your full arsenal. SEXY GAMES
of advanced weaponry. EPIC SCI-FI ACTION THRILLER Heart-pounding, first person combat action that immerses you in a world where the past and present collide. Travel seamlessly between two eras – 1950s Russia and modern day – each rendered with stunning lighting, physics, and effects using the Unreal 3 Engine. UNRAVEL THE CONSPIRACY Traverse the blur between the past and future in order to stop the mysterious SINGULARITY that threatens the world. it comes to strength in its time-shift mechanic which brings you between the present and the past in the campaign, and allows you to harness the manipulation of time to age certain objects around you, or even enemies. And it feels comfortably intertwined with the gunplay, which is equally solid. Essentially, it’s a solid blend of elements taken from other narrative-focused shooters.
Singularity follows Nathaniel Renko through a variety of missions that must be completed to progress the story line. The Game-play is similar to Call of Duty and Bioshock type games. Renko starts off with nothing and is lead by James Devlin through a tutorial type mission. Renko can interact with a variety of items. Some are useful, e.g., Chests, notes, and recorders. Some are not, e.g., Telephones and typewriters. Eventually Renko finds weapons but can only carry two at any given time since there is no actual inventory. Finding the Sniper Rifle is the first interaction with time manipulation. While using the scope, time can be slowed. Head shots are instant kills for humans only. Mutated enemies take more to kill. Zombie Army Trilogy
It is possible to sever limbs, even torsos, without killing them, depending on the weapon used. Certain weapons can actually split enemies in half. E-99 tech is scattered throughout Katorga-12 and can be collected to buy Weapons, Upgrades , and Ammunition. Once found, the Time Manipulation Device or TMD is used for a variety of things and becomes a permanent part of Renkos equipment. Other useful items found. Stim packs: Instantly recovers a portion of Renko’s health Health Packs: Recovers a portion of Renko’s health (can be upgraded to heal more). Unlike Stim packs these can be stored for later use, up to 5 (upgradeable to a maximum of 8). The amount carried is displayed in the upper left corner of the screen next to the health meter.
The plot revolves around a mysterious island known only as “Katorga-12” where Russian experiments involving “E99” (Element 99, which appears to be an equivalent to the actual element Einsteinium, which has no special properties like those referenced in the game), took place during the height of the Cold War era. Sometime during 1950, a terrible catastrophe known as the “Singularity” occurred on the island. The player controls Nate Renko, an elite Special Forces soldier who is sent to investigate bizarre radiation emissions coming from the island, only to crash land there via an EMP blast. After regaining consciousness, Nate finds Devlin and travels to the derelict radio station, on the island, to call for help from a United States that is no longer there. The Last Haven
After a shoot out in the radio station, and after Devlin dies, Nate is recruited by MIR-12 to find the TMD and save Dr. Barisov. After saving Dr. Barisov he asks you to meet him at his tower and from there develop a plan to travel back in time to blow up the Singularity before it was activated. Throughout the game you constantly switch between 1952-5 and 2010 dealing with Russian forces in both time periods, and also deal with hideously mutated flora, fauna and former residents of the island, some of which have developed time manipulation powers of their own. During the ’50s, at the very start of the Cold War, it seemed that the Americans would always be the dominating power, thanks to their knowledge of the atomic energy.
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The alternate-history Soviet Union, and the island of Katorga torn apart by temporal anomalies, compose a fascinating setting. There is a lot of care and attention to detail in every environment, with indirect storytelling playing an important part, supported by more traditional recordings, documents and dialogues. Hidden around every corner and cranny, there will be tons of upgrade resources, but also lore files and bits of information helpful to make a clearer picture of the situation and characters. Those who take extra time to explore, will be rewarded both in gameplay aspects and lore insight, which blend seamlessly into the exploration component. From bullet impacts to explosions, any given combat situation feels weighty and satisfying, with plenty of dismemberment on top. Ultimate General: Civil War
Covers breaking down, enemies flying away in pieces or contorting on the ground while mortally wounded are normal sights in the thick of the fray. Even if the gunplay is rough, the remaining action components make combat look and feel spectacular. Both the character itself and the TMD can be upgraded with passive enhancements which can seriously raise the odds of surviving the dangers of Katorga. From better damage resistance to health on kill, or better total HP pools or longer oxygen reserves, there is a good diversity of such improvements distributed along the adventure – if one manages to find them.
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OS: Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7 (Does not support Windows 2000)
Processor: Intel Dual Core 2.8 GHz or AMD Ahtlon 64 x2 Dual-Core 4800+ or better
Memory: 1GB for XP, 2GB for Vista/Win7
Graphics: 3D hardware accelerator card required – 100% DirectX® 9.0c-compliant 256 MB video card and drivers*
DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c (Included)
Hard Drive: 8GB of uncompressed hard disk space (plus 400 MB for the Windows® swap file and 12 KB free for saved games)
Sound: 100% DirectX® 9.0c-compliant true 16-bit sound card and drivers
Other Requirements: A 100% Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7-compatible computer system
Keyboard/Mouse:100% Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7-compatible mouse, keyboard and drivers
*Supported Chipsets for Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7
– All NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT 256 MB RAM and better chipsets (excluding 9400 cards)
– All ATI Radeon™ X1800 256 MB RAM and better (excludes X1800 GTO, HD2400, HD2600, and HD3450)
– Motherboard integrated video chipsets not supported
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