Excerpt: Prey is a first-person shooter in which you enter a living spaceship which enslaves alien races and devours humans for lunch. To be more exact, you play the role of Tommy, a young Cherokee mechanic who wants nothing more than to leave the reservation that has served as his figurative prison for a...
Summary: Prey is a game that offers a bit of originality alongside the typical first person shooter features that it contains. However, with a fairly short single player mode, limited multiplayer mode and not much challenge in the normal difficulty mode it's hard to recommend it as a full purchase at the...
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Prey’s storyline revolves around a special Native American named Tommy who is gifted with super-natural powers. As the plot unfolds, Tommy, his girlfriend and grandfather are sucked-up by an alien ship.
Summary: To say that Prey has had an interesting development cycle would be on par with saying that gas prices are kind of high right now. Originally conceived as a showcase for new portal technology the game was originally supposed to be on shelves nearly a decade ago.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: If Prey had come out six months from now, it wouldn't get nearly the attention it's getting right now. But it hasn't come in the crowded holiday period - it's arrived in the dead of summer, at a time when the Xbox 360 needs good games.
Excerpt: is one of those odd games that reminds you of the golden days of first person shooters, yet manages to innovate to the point where it's hard to compare this to those games made ten years ago. The story behind the creation of
Conclusion: While not exactly as breathtaking as Half-Life 2, Prey can rightfully be called one of the best, if not *the* best FPS game of the year so far. Bottom line, if you are a FPS fan, you should go out and buy this one.
Pros: Innovative shooter with spectacular gameplay, good story, voice overs, soundtrack, gorgeous graphics, multiplayer;
Cons: Some of the "Doomish" environments look too much like Doom III - game would've benefited from more variety in those regards, lack of proper outdoor settings.
Excerpt: Cherokee Indian takes on Alien Hordes Oroginally posted at MentalGamers – http://www.mentalgamers.com/game_reviews.php?r=25 Another game that has been a long time in the making, Prey is here at last, and it was definitely worth the wait… In Prey you take the roll of “Tommy” – a Cherokee Indian who...