Summary: Prey is an odd game to review. It looks great and introduces some nifty new gameplay mechanics, but when you actually play it, it is hard not to feel a little under whelmed. Sure, it has the portals and wall walking and spirit walking stuff, but they dont really change the standard FPS formula.
Excerpt: The FPS genre may be a bloody, intense, spectacular and explosive one, but something it can’t put on its CV is “inventor”. It’s a genre that has very few games that boast any unique traits besides the new ways that enemies fall over.
Conclusion: There are also plenty of unlockables, which are made accessible by finding artifacts and relics that are hidden throughout the levels. The summary of each level will tell you how many items are available, as well as how many of those you’ve collected, so there’s certainly replay value if you’re...
Conclusion: It is also important to say that there is only one human weapon in the whole game, a wrench, which I only used for the first minutes of the game, every other weapon in Prey is alien in nature, so you will find some interesting effects and refreshing weapons for tearing those aliens to pieces.
Summary: Overall this is a great game and another notch in the 360’s growing library. It’s certainly a must play as it’s original and deserves for people to play it and enjoy it. But it is too easy and too short and suffers because of it.
Excerpt: Prey, an introduction. The original Xbox was a console that seemed to have a wide variety of FPS games that pretty much all felt better on the system than they did on the PlayStation 2 or GameCube.
Excerpt: Developer – Venom Games/Human Head Studios Publisher – 2k Games Features 1 Player 5.25 MB to save game HDTV 480p/720p/1080i In-game Dolby Digital System Link (2-8 Players) Online Multiplayer (2-8 Players) Content Download Leaderboards Voice Chat ESRB: Mature - Blood and Gore - Intense Violence -...