Second Sight Pro Reviews
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Second Sight Reviews8
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|Game Chronicles Magazine||8.2/10||Mar 29 '05|
|GameDaily||8/10||Feb 28 '05|
|Actiontrip||77%||May 10 '05|
|EuroGamer||6/10||Feb 23 '05|
|GamePro||10.5/15||Mar 11 '05|
|GameSpot||7.3/10||Feb 22 '05|
|Gamespy||4/5||Feb 25 '05|
|IGN PC||7.5/10||Feb 17 '05|
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"Second Sight is undoubtedly a good game with a wealth of good ideas. From the premise and storytelling (complete with satisfying conclusion), through clever mechanics like a sniper zoom that takes over a corner of the screen rather than the whole thing, and an array of psychic abilities that allow for some unique puzzling, there are plenty of moments that demonstrate the developer's skill and inventiveness. But, sadly, neither of those are traits borne out by the rusty PC mechanics. If you like the sound of Second Sight, make sure you play it on a console."
"Despite a few rough patches, Second Sight ought to be an entertaining and unique ride for just about any action fan."
"Second Sight isn't a perfect game, but is a solid game with an extremely strong story. If you don't mind dealing with wonky controls and not being able to save whenever you want, it's more than worth a look."
"...Second Sight has a surprisingly good story and voice acting, but it suffers from a combat system that's both flawed and too easy, and from underwhelming visuals that wouldn't be so bad if the stealth action genre wasn't so competitive. There's nothing I can recommend here over, say, Splinter Cell, which offers the story and voice acting, plus wickedly good combat and shiny baubles. And the sober realism of other stealth actioners makes the visual style of Second Sight feel cartoonish by comparison, even though the tone of the game isn't."