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Singularity 5

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Game Information

Available on:Oculus RiftDec 21, 2018
HTC ViveDec 21, 2018

Developer: Monochrome Paris

Genre: Action


Unique and uncompromising visual and sound experience

Explore Paris in 2050 through 5 unique levels

5 types of enemies with various attacks and strategies and two boss battles

Physical and stylish gameplay with no artificial padding

Optimized for 90 fps on a GTX 1060

Fast loading

No micro-transactions, no abusive DLC

Direct contact with the development team:

Compatible Vive, WMR, Oculus

Your mission is to advance through the 5 levels of the game by destroying all the Artificials and ultimately disconnect the Goddess, the temple of Moore. To complete your quest, you will be equipped with a high-tech and lavish arsenal which evolves with the increasing difficulty of the game. You can discover these weapons in detail in the section Factory.

Each stage has been carefully crafted up to the last detail, a subtle blend of modernity and classicism, like a mid-21st century Paris. The experience also includes multiple animation styles and special effects that reinforce the sense of immersion and presence while participating in a storytelling. We also put a lot of effort into the overall fluidity of the game, optimizing each 3D object to guarantee a minimum of 90 FPS.
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8 / 10

Singularity 5 is one of those rare games that looks so good it shouldn't play well, but still does. It's an incredibly aggressive piece of interactive art, one that you can only fully experience if you're willing to don a VR headset and fight through hordes of robots with great feeling weapons. I don't know if this is a must-play game, but it's definitely a must see game. It's the kind of world that you'd happily get stuck in. Well, if it weren't for the angry robots.

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Screen Rant

Screen Rant

Singularity 5 is an eye-catching wave-shooter for VR platforms, offering intense and chaotic firefights in a strangely serene robot paradise.

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