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Prey - Reviews

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, May 16, 2017.

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    CulturedVultures: 7/10

    Prey mixes BioShock with Dishonored and a dash of System Shock - the result is an engrossing setting with palpable tension, tons of reasons to explore and a compelling narrative that takes a couple surprising turns. It is marred rather significantly by stale combat, a few easily-broken quests that snuck by QC and a clear preference in its intended playstyle, but Prey's story, setting and unmistakable character nonetheless make it well worth a run through.​

    GoodIsAGeek: 8/10

    Prey is a good game, a little confused by it's own identity taking ideas from a variety of different games, but it meshes them all together into a game very much focused on exploration. The sound and level design is excellent, but where I do have hesitation is that by providing the player with so much freedom in how they play the experiences can vary wildly. By sticking to the main story and not choosing to explore you will miss an awful lot of what makes Prey such an enjoyable single player experience, and that potentially is a problem.​

    CramGaming: 8.5/10

    Prey offers a neat multi-tiered free-form action first person adventure for players to dive in. Replay is high with the various options within the skill-tree advancement and personal choices made. After 30 hours and beyond it's safe to say the finale is worth the price of entry and certainly has to be seen first hand. Prey is one very cool game which you might loathe at the beginning but eventually love after the end credits have rolled. It's a mesmerising experience, cleverly crafted and worthy of your time and money especially if you're a fan of stealth action games. Shooter fans with little patience might not make it to where the gameplay becomes more interesting, but if you persevere you'll be rewarded with an enjoyable game that can be played with multiple styles.​

    KeenGamer - Answer to IGN's 4.0 Review

    GameSpew - Prey Proves that Sci-fi Shouldn't Always be Melded with Horror
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