On Tuesday, Activision officially released its new first-person action feature Singularity, which combines a detailed Cold War storyline with intense action adventure.
Gamers find themselves on a mysterious Russian island where time is constantly changing in the latest feature from Raven Software. Players will get to use a time manipulation device to help them battle through numerous stages and fend off creatures, as they spring back and forth in time from 1955 to the present day.
Game Informer recently gave the new title high marks, commenting the graphics are gorgeously detailed and loaded with visual variety - a perfect combination for players who hook up their consoles to a high-definition television, LED monitor or gaming projector
The game also features an innovative online multi-player experience, where individuals can team up with one another to battle many of the gangly critters and foes featured in the single-player mode.
The release of Singularity may help bolster the video game industry, which is expected to experience significant growth by 2014. According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report, the gaming sector is predicted to be worth $86.8 billion in 2014, up from $52.5 billion in 2009.