The cyberpunk dystopian future of Blade Runner, with its artificial landscapes, might never become a reality. We’re heading into a much weirder version of the future.
In mid-November, Quantic Dream registered the domain singularityps4.com, suggesting a title and system for the second of two games the Parisian developer is said to be developing for Sony. Despite Cage declaring a lack of enthusiasm for the next generation of consoles, it's been evident for a while his company is…
Looks like rumors that Roland Emmerich, the director behind such films as Independence Day, The Patriot and The Day After Tomorrow, is set to direct an Asteroids movie, based on the video game may not be true.
Most of the time on Fine Art I look at new stuff, or at least somewhat contemporary art. Sometimes, though, I like to look a little further back. Today is one of those days, and it's a real treat.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Fallout: New Vegas and Singularity (pictured) headline the six nominees for the Writer's Guild's Video Game Writing Award this year.
The developer behind Singularity, Wolfenstein and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance was hit with layoffs today, according to sources familiar with Raven Software.
Heavy Rain and Madden NFL 11 lead the charge into a day filled with PlayStation 3 deals in Amazon's shiny golden box of values. What's up for grabs today?
Optimus Prime leads the charge as Amazon.com charges the day with deals on Singularity, Metro 2033, Red Dead Redemption, Assassin's Creed II, and more.
Activision and Raven Software release a first-person shooter with a time-traveling twist. Is this Sierra's intriguing yet disappointing TimeShift all over again?
People know I'm a fan of Lost, so they send me Lost sightings. Such as this Lost "donkey wheel" in new first-person shooter Singularity. From Raven Software, the people who put cake in a Wolverine game. Turn that island!
Not sure what Singularity is all about? This trailer for its multiplayer - now there's an irony - should clue you in. For starters, it's got projectile-vomiting, time-traveling zombies, a real one-up of that conventional foe.
The latest episode of Kotaku Talk Radio is ready for you to download. Listen to an hour of conversation between me and the amiable Jeff Poffenbarger, senior producer of upcoming first-person shooter Singularity. Cheese was discussed.
Time-warping? Gunplay? Raven Software? Sounds like Singularity to me. Give us a call for a chance to talk to the producer behind the upcoming game.
Jeff Poffenbarger (not pictured above) is going to talk some Singularity live on Kotaku Talk Radio a little later today. Prepare your call-in questions.
With close to half of the team at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 developer Infinity Ward bailing on the troubled developer, publisher Activision appears to have found a new source for Call of Duty development.
Raven Software's oft-delayed sci-fi shooter Singularity will get a little help from last year's open-world action adventure Prototype. Activision is giving away the latter if you purchase a copy of the Xbox 360 version of Singularity.
A mysterious USB card loaded with strange sounds, a brown envelope sent with no return address, a simple text file: That's right, it's time for another marketing push in the guise of a alternative reality game.
While the Time Manipulation Device in Raven Software's Singularity allows you to manipulate objects between ages, the time wave manipulates you, forcing you to switch between present-day and the 1950's, when the titular catastrophe occurred. It's an interesting mechanic, warping the player between two different eras…