Stealth Action Adventure Second Sight Returns To Steam After Eight And A Half Years Absent
The Austrian publisher THQ Nordic on the official Steam website announced the stealth-action adventure Second Sight to the Valve digital store.
According to information on the portal Delisted Games, dedicated to the discontinued games, the Steam version of Second Sight debuted in February 2009. At the end of September 2012, it disappeared from the site (simultaneously with GOG publication).
Thus, the second coming of Second Sight on Steam took place eight and a half years after the first. Despite returning to the Valve store, the game is still not available on GOG.
You can purchase Second Sight on Steam for 299 rubles. It should be noted that in this case, we are not talking about a re-release with tightened graphics or optimization for modern systems, but about the original release of 2005.
In Second Sight, players take on John Warrick’s role, who emerged from a coma in an unknown military hospital. On the way to awakening, the hero forgot his name and past but acquired powerful psi-abilities.
Second Sight was released in September 2004 on PS2, Xbox, and Nintendo GameCube, and in February 2005 reached the PC. On Metacritic, the project was awarded from 73 to 77%, depending on the target platform.
Second Sight was developed by British Free Radical Design (now Dambuster Studios), also known for the TimeSplitters series. In 2018, the aforementioned THQ Nordic acquired the rights to both franchises.