Free Radical’s cult basic psychokinetic thriller Second Sight returns to Steam • Eurogamer.web

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After an eight yr absence.

Second Sight, the cult basic psychokinetic thriller from TimeSplitters developer Free Radical Design, has re-appeared on Steam after an eight-year absence.

First launched 2004, Second Sight casts gamers as a parapsychology researcher who wakes in a mysterious medical facility with no reminiscence of his previous. On the upside, he is now imbued with a steadily increasing arsenal of psychic powers – together with telekinesis, projection, and possession – which show significantly helpful as gamers stealth and shoot their means towards the reality.

“A key ingredient in [Second Sight’s] success is its participating idea, which comes layered with a satisfying narrative construction and credible characters,” wrote Eurogamer in its 8/10 assessment again in 2004. “Think about Free Radical’s trademark consideration to element and immediately gratifying controls and it is a sport you may’t assist however be drawn to.”

Second Sight – Intro Film.

Second Sight, which was initially launched by Codemasters, disappeared from Steam towards the tip of 2012. Nevertheless, THQ Nordic snaffled up the rights as a part of its ceaseless IP hoovering again in 2018, and its reemergence on Steam is the writer’s doing.

There is no suggestion that the re-release is something greater than the model beforehand out there on Steam, however these looking forward to a little bit of an old-school psychokinetic deal with can now buy Second Sight for a wholly cheap £7.99.

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