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  Second Sight
Words from the company:
In the newest Second Sight E-Toy, players will race against the clock as they use telekinesis to load boxes onto cargo trucks before they speed away.

Second Sight gives players control of a character endowed with incredible psychic abilities. Blending an atmospheric, psychological thriller narrative with stealthy exploration and intense shooter action, the game offers multiple approaches to completing levels either via stealth, dramatic gunplay, psychic powers or a combination of all three. The ability to psychically influence characters and remotely manipulate objects and individuals provides for a totally fresh game play dynamic.

The PC version of Second Sight ships February 15 and is available now for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox® videogame system from Microsoft and the Nintendo GameCube® entertainment system.

The Review:
Second Sight in my opinion is truly amazing. It was a nice mix between being stealthy and gunning people down, with some physic powers mixed in. And the really fun thing is, it is not repetitive, like most run and gun games. You must mix all three of these things together to complete the objectives. Storyline is well thought up; you are a guy that wakes up in a weird testing facility with no memory of what happened. As you progress you find out that you have been labeled mentally unstable and a psycho killer, so you try to figure out what happened. But as you progress you start to learn that you have some psychic abilities and learn how to use them to your advantage. Some of these abilities include telekinesis which allows you to pick up objects and even people. You can go invisible and even create a hologram or projection of yourself to get through lasers and sneak up on people to turn on certain switches without them seeing you.

The graphics are amazing for this game as well as the cinematics. I had not problem installing the game or any other part of it.

Review ID Number: 18
  Product Details
Review Date: 2005-03-14
Reviewer: Alex Moulton
Rating: 10 out of 10
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