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Prey erzählt die Geschichte von Tommy, einem Cherokee, der in seinem Reservat festsitzt. Er gibt nicht viel auf seine indianische Herkunft und fühlt sich bei seinen Leuten auch nicht zu Hause - im Gegensatz zu seiner Freundin Jen, die bei ihrem Stamm bleiben möchte.

Seine Versuche, Jen zu überreden, mit ihm fort zu gehen, waren stets erfolglos, doch eines Abends wird sein Wunsch erfüllt - allerdings ganz anders, als Tommy es sich vorgestellt hatte...

Tommy, Jen, sein Großvater und viele andere Menschen werden von einem gewaltigen Alienschiff entführt, das im Orbit auftaucht. Tommy kann sich befreien und streift nun durch das geheimnisvolle, organische Schiff, in dem verzweifelten Versuch, sich selbst, seine Freundin und vielleicht auch die ganze Welt zu retten.

Doch bevor er sein Ziel erreichen kann, muss er erst mit seiner Herkunft ins Reine kommen und seine indianischen Wurzeln akzeptieren, denn ohne die spirituellen Kräfte seines Volkes ist Tommy verloren...

Revolutionäres Gameplay
Lebende Waffen, ein treuer Begleiter, Fahrzeuge, gigantische Umgebungen, unvergessliche Momente, die für offene Münder sorgen, eine Story über Vergeltung und Schicksal und ein 3-stündiger, epischer Soundtrack von Jeremy Soule (Oblivion, Guild Wars) machen Prey zu einem der besten Shooter des Jahres.

Stell dir einen Ort vor an dem die Schwerkraft nicht immer nach unten zieht! Man kann sie kontrollieren, verändern, umdrehen und sogar um kleine Planetoiden wickeln. Träumst du davon, an Wänden und decken zu laufen? Bist du dieser Herausforderung gewachsen? Portale verändern alles. Erlebe zum ersten Mal, wie sich die Realität in einer Portalwelt verbiegt.

Prey setzt neue Standards, die deine Sinne vollkommen umkrempeln. Vielseitige Gameplay-Innovationen der Entwickler, die dir die Bullet Time bescherten, inklusive Death Walk (Sterben ist nicht länger ein Ärgernis... es macht Spaß!) und Spirit Walk (verlasse den Körper für Erkundungen, Hinterhalte und zum Lösen von bewusstseinsverändernden Rätseln)!

Hintergrund
Prey führt durch eine düstere Story, die auf authentischer Cherokee-Mythologie basiert. Mit Leitthemen wie Aufopferung und Verantwortung taucht das Spiel in emotionale Sphären ein, die bei vergleichbaren Titeln sonst selten erforscht werden.

Prey bedient sich bei der Darstellung des Hauptcharakters der bekannten Erzählstruktur von Joseph Campbells „The Hero´s Journey“. Campbells Werk über mythologische Erzählentwicklung wurde berühmt, als George Lucas es für die Darstellung von Luke Skywalker in den ursprünglichen Star Wars-Filmen nutzte.

Features:
  • Die Portal-Technologie erlaubt es, Gegner aus dem Nichts zu erschaffen und komplett neue, originelle Puzzles in das Spielgeschehen zu integrieren.
  • Noch nie zuvor gesehene Spielelemente, wie Spirit Walking, Wall Walking und Deathwalk.
  • Entwickelt auf einer erweiterten und maßgeschneiderten Doom 3-Engine.
  • Organische und lebhafte Umgebungen, die auch zur Gefahr für den Spieler werden können.
  • Eine tiefgehende, emotionale Geschichte über Liebe und Selbstaufgabe basierend auf Jospeh Campbells berühmtem Geschichtsleitfaden "The Hero’s Journey".
  • Tommy’s Mentor ist ein spiritueller Falke, der ihm helfen kann Gegner zu besiegen und die Sprache des Alienschiffes zu entschlüsseln.
  • Ein Multiplayermodus, der alle Vorteile des innovativen Gameplays nutzt.

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: P4 2.0Ghz, AMD 2000+
  • GFX: 64 MB, DirectX 9.0c kompatibel
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Software: WINDOWS XP
  • HD: 2.2 GB
  • SFX: DirectX 9.0c-kompatible Soundkarte
  • INET: DSL 1000 (Mehrspieler)
  • CPU: Pentium IV 2,5 GHz bzw. Athlon XP2500+ oder besser
  • GFX: ATI Radeon X800-Serie oder besser
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Software:
  • HD: 2.2 GB
  • SFX: DirectX 9.0c-kompatible Soundkarte
  • INET: DSL 2000 (Mehrspieler)

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oi <3
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Beeindruckend! Da weht der Geist von Warren Spector durch die leeren Gänge des Raumschiffs.

Das ganze Spiel ist eine riesige Hommage an System Shock und Deus Ex: Die Musik, die Geräusche, die Leere, die herumliegenden Opfer, die Rätsel, das Upgraden der körpereigenen Mods.
Stimmung und Musik passen perfekt: In den ersten zwei Stunden habe ich jede Sekunde eine Projektion von Shodan erwartet; so dicht ist Prey am alten Flair. Viel besser als Dead Space.

Die Schwierigkeit ist immer knapp am Schaffbaren. Erst nach Mod und Sammeln kann man den nächste Level schaffen. Die Raumstation wirkt riesig. Es gibt immer mehrere Möglichkeiten weiter zu kommen. Hacken, Klettern oder Kämpfen. ...und besonders stimmend umgesetzt finde ich die Außenmissionen in Schwerelosigkeit und Raumanzug.
Wie konnte ich das Spiel nur in 2017 übersehen?
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It was strange getting into it at first, but now i have collected 100 hours of Playtime and i still do new runs. If you love Bioshock or System Shock, get this ASAP. You feel like a Game on a Spacestation would not have that many different approaches of Exploring or Tactics, but you have so much freedom, it is unreal.
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This is one of the most awesoem games I played in a long period of time with a lot of plot twists and some brainf*cks too. I totally recommend this game to absolutley everyone. ALso it runs flawlessly on Linux using Proton, no Tweaks are required it just works as if it where native :D
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[ + ]

• Gute dramaturgisch gut umgesetzte Story
• Viele Missionen von Haupt zu Nebenmissionen ist vieles dabei
• Angemessene Spiellänge
• Viele Erfolge
• Guter Sound & Synchronisation
• Viele interessante Gegnerarten vorhanden, über dessen Ursprung man als Spieler auch gerne mehr erfahren würde
• Fähigkeiten/Skills vorhanden
• Durch Daten- und Audiologs, sowie E-Mails wird die Geschichte durch andere Personen mehr Transparenz verliehen
• Insgesamt eine große Welt zum Erkunden, dies ist auch das Stichwort denn Erkundungen machen in diesem Spiel viel aus
• Unsere Entscheidungen beeinflussen das Ending
• Es gibt mehrere Endings
• Viele weitere Informationen in Form von Notizen oder Bücher
• Warten bis zum Epiolog – Es lohnt sich


[ - ]

• Die Ladezeiten sind furchtbar lang und unnatürlich oft vorkommend
• Navigation wird in dem Spiel ganz klein geschrieben, sie ist irreführend und nicht hilfreich trotz des Wegweisers und der Bereichskarten
• Backtracking
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Prey ist einfach Super. Stimmungsvolle Level immer mehrere Lösungsansätze mit RPG-Elementen. Leider gibt es zuwenige kniffelige Spiele in dieser Art und das wird wohl auch so bleiben. Direktes losballern führt direkt in den Untergang. Dafür ist Querdenken, logistisches Verhalten und Selbstorganisation gefragt.
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Bei Prey übernehmen wir die Rolle von Morgan Yu, Forscher auf der im Mondorbit kreisenden Raumstation Talos 1 - und die Aliens sind los! Nur wenige Überlebende halten sich noch in dem riesigen Komplex auf, die meisten Menschen sind tot oder (noch schlimmer) von den Außerirdischen übernommen worden. Wir müssen nun auf die eine oder andere Art der Gefahr Herr werden (Entscheidung A oder B). Dafür reisen wir über die gesamte Forschungsstation, besuchen viele Orte mehrmals, fliegen sogar an der Außenhülle entlang. Aber zunächst breiten sich die fiesen, allgemein Typhons genannten Außerirdischen immer weiter aus. Krabbeln zu Beginn nur ein paar spinnenartige Mimics (können sich perfiderweise in Alltagsgegenstände verwandeln) durch die Flure, wandeln und schweben später immer größere, gefährlichere und zahlreicherer Monster über Talos 1. Es gibt kaum Raum zum Entspannen. Wo wir gerade noch drei Mimics erledigt haben, können bei unserem nächsten Besuch schon zwei Phantoms (menschenähnliche Monster in unterschiedlichen Stärkegraden), ein Poltergeist (Krabbelvieh, das sich unsichtbar machen kann) und ein Technopath (großer Flug-Alien, der Roboter korrumpiert und mit Energiekugeln schießt) aufhalten. Auf Dauer ist es ein bisschen eintönig, aber ansonsten ist das Spiel gut gelungen.
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Sehr geiles Spiel!
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It's from the studio that developed the Dishonored franchise. If you are looking for a game similar to Bioshock and Deus Ex look no further!
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Eins der besten Spiele was in in letzter Zeit gezockt habe! Gute Grafik,allgemein gutes Spiel.. lohnt sich zu kaufen. Habe jetzt angefangen das Game + zu spielen. Hab es also noch einmal angefangen mit den selben Fähigkeiten wie ich es zum 1. x beendet habe ,da ich noch nicht alle Errungenschaften erreicht habe ,irgend eine Aufgabe ausgelassen habe und es tatsächlich so viel Spass macht die Talos 1 zu erkunden:)
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Richtig gutes Spiel. Sehr Gute Grafik sowie sehr gute aber jedoch relativ Kurze Story. Aber Überall sind Geheimnisse und Besondere abseits von der Hauptquest versteckt. Es gibt für mich auch sehr Beeindruckende Spielmechaniken gegen das Schummeln oder Ähnliches. Also das Spiel ohne Spielehilfe oder Cheats Beenden.
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Meiner Meinung nach Totaler Mega Müll. Tut mir Leid das so sagen zu müssen. Aber wie kann man in einem ScFi Game seinen Avatar nur Bewaffnet mit einem Schraubenschlüssel gegen Aliens Kämpfen lassen. Medipacks und Muni sind Mangelware. Hat man keine mehr, Pech gehabt. Dann die Bereiche in die man muss, um die Aufgaben zu lösen. Katastrophe. Nach etlichen Stunden, habe ich das Game von meinem Rechner Gelöscht und in die Tonne gekloppt. Da Spiele ich lieber Doom, was auch kein Einfaches Game ist, aber da, kommt man wenigstens weiter. Und die Bewaffnung kann sich sehen lassen. Und selbst ohne Waffeneinsatz, kann man gegen die Gegner Kämpfen, was sogar richtig Spaß macht. Wer Lust auf Rätsel, Schleichen um leise an Gegnern vorbei zu kommen, hat. Nah ja der soll sich das Game Kaufen, aber vielleicht stellt er wie ich fest, dass dieses Game nix ist, als, wie ich es schon gesagt habe, Mega Müll. MfG
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Dieses Spiel macht wirklich sehr viel Spaß. Besonders wenn man Selbst gern erkundet und entdeckt.
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Kein stumpfsinniges Geballere sondern Lösungen suchen und finden.
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Prey ist eine Mischung aus System Shock2-Bioshock und Dishonored. Habe das Spiel auf Alptraum gezockt und dachte am anfang, dass es mir zu langatmig ist aber es macht schon fun die Station zu erkunden und dabei immer neue Fähigkeiten freischaltet. Es gibt auch ne Handvoll Waffen wie die Rohrzange, Pistole, Schrotflinte, Gloogun mit der man Gegner z.B Bewegungsunfähig macht und noch ein paar andere. Es ist aber leider so, dass man z.B Nebenaufgaben nur dann weiter machen kann, wenn man in der Hauptquest weiter kommt und das ruiniert ein wenig das Erkunden und Entdecken. Mit Muni wirft das Spiel auch nicht gerade um sich, den man muss sich viele sachen selber Craften, in dem man Sachen recycelt und so Materialien raus bekommt.

Wer also Spaß mit den oben genannten spielen hätte, der macht mit Prey nichts verkehrt. Vor allem da man gerade am anfang, recht gut überlegen muss auf dem höhsten Schwierigkeitsgrad wie und wo man kämpft.
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Prey leidet wohl am meisten unter falscher PR...und nach (Joseph Anderson - dessen Video ich nach dem Spielen sehr empfehle https://youtu.be/KS0NtNxlX-s )

Eher ein geistiger Nachfolger von SystemSchock und BioShock, mit noch freierem Gameplay als DeusEx. - Das alles in einer beeindruckend glaubhaften Spielwelt. die mich im höchsten Maße neugierig erkunden, ausprobieren und lieber nochmal zurückgehen hat lassen.
Die Story schwankt zwar in ihrer Intensität, aber ein SciFi Plot mit unklarem Gut/Böse-Charakteren reicht mir auch dann aus wenn sie zuletzt nur okay ist.

Absolute Spielempfehlung. Und wie so oft ist die beste Devise:
No powerplay, no gameplay-tipps, no walkthroughs
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Verfasst: 01.03.21 10:05
I am quite surprised how good the game is, once you play the DLC mooncrash.
Warning finish the quests in main and DLC mission does reset completely your unlocks.


So gameplay is a mix of Deus Ex: Human Revolution/Dead Space 3/BioShock
You collect different items and they can be used or recycled to make new items or weapons.
There is a special item to unlock the skills, you can either find those or make them yourself later in the game.

Enemies are very diverse and different.
I personally did find moon crash DLC better than the main game.



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top spiel wie ich es mag sehr sehr nervend sind die weltraum ausendbereiche
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Verfasst: 19.03.21 12:59
Prey ist ein Spiel welches schon nach Release kaum Aufmerksamkeit bekommen hat, meiner Meinung nach zu unrecht. Die Story, auf einer riesigen Raumstation gegen unbekannte Gefahren zu kämpfen, ist gleichzeitig spannend und beängstigend, das Gameplay baut auf vielen Elementen auf, welche größtenteils optional sind, z.B. Türen mit Spielzeugwaffen aus der Ferne zu öffnen, diese viele Möglichkeiten lassen das Spiel allerdings noch immersiver wirken und erhöhen den Wiederspielfaktor sehr. Das Gunplay und die Waffenmodifizierungen lassen auch fast keine Wünsche offen.

Insgesamt kann ich das Spiel wirklich jedem empfehlen, besonders wenn man sowieso schon Interesse an Science-Fiction hat.
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Das Spiel hat eine sehr gute Story, diese bleibt bis zum Ende interessant. Ich hoffe sehr, dass es einen Nachfolger geben wird.
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One of my favourite singleplayer games to date; mostly due to the subject/story.
It's very similar to the bioshock games, however in my opinion, it is actually better than bioshock (which is a very high praise for a video game), since the gameplay is way more up to date (in particular, the gunplay (especially in bioshock 1) just feels terrible nowadays). Additionally, i actually found prey's subject of science ethics on a space station more interesting than bioshock's criticism of extreme capitalism in an underwater city, but that is definitely just personal preference.
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Ich hab dem Spiel nach einem LP-Versuch, der mir nicht gefiel, noch mal eine Chance gegeben mich zu überzeugen. Aber je weiter ich fortschreite, desto ätzender wird das Spiel.. Niedrigste Schwierigkeit die es gibt, tzd werd ich dauernd von kleinen, übermächtigen Gegnern zerlegt.. Quests führen mich stets vom einen Ende der Station zur Andren, Muni ist kaum vorhanden. 95% der Zeit prügel ich mich nem Schraubenschlüssel um mich. Heilung und Panzerung ist auch kaum vorhanden. So sehr mich zu Beginn die Story auch gefesselt hat, ich hab keine Lust mehr mich durch die komplette Station hetzen und von übermächtigen Viechern jagen zu lassen. Spiel ist erneut deinstalliert und wird nun wohl nicht mehr gespielt. Schade drum...
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Very good worth every buck
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nice Atmosphäre (:
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Verfasst: 03.01.22 20:58
Das Spiel fängt sehr stark an die Atmosphäre ist dicht und beklemmend was sehr gut zur Situation passt. Theoretisch gibt es 3 Enden und nach dem Abspann noch einen kleinen Twist der Zeigt das die Macher hier viele Gedanken und Ideen haben einfliesen lassen die zu einer spannenden Geschichte Geführt hat.
Auf jeden Fall ein Super Game das ich nur empfehlen kann
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Verfasst: 24.12.21 15:14
Prey is a really, really amazing and immersive game that definitely should've gotten more attention when it came out. It gives you a huge amount of freedom of how to tackle the enemies and obsticles in this game and provides you with a variety of tools and abilities to do so. It is fun to explore the big Talos 1 space station, not only for new gadgets, weaponry and ability points, but also to get to know more about the twisted ongoings. Main and side quests don't necessarily reward you with experience points as it would in other rpgs or adventure games, but it always feels like they are helping you out making your exploration easier in some shape or form (may it be blueprints, ability points, weapons, resources, hints short cuts or even changing things on the station around for the better), which helps with the overall feeling of a fight for survival.

Definitely also recommend the DLC Mooncrash, which is much more smaller in scale, but on it's own a nice new change of the game formular.
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Verfasst: 21.03.22 21:14
man this game is beautiful oh my god
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Verfasst: 07.03.20 09:52
You know that feeling when you have thousands of words in your head to describe something but you also find it impossible to describe it in written or spoken form? It's like that for me with Prey. Though one sentence i can easily formulate and stand behind - PREY IS EXEPCIONALLY GOOD.

So. Prey... is a game. A very good game which obviously draws most of it's inspirations from System Shock and Bioshock and if you have played or know about any of those games you can pretty much know what awaits you here and while i have played and absolutely love both System Shock and Bioshock i think Prey is my new favorite from these three.

It's something about atmosphere really. While this is not a horror game , at least i do not perceive it that way, it has this eery feeling throughout whole game ( this only applies if you choose to play on Hard or higher difficulty levels which i strongly urge you to do , it's a whole different game like that ) where you really feel like a PREY . If you want to survive you will have learn to effectively hide,scavenge ( i hate forced scavenging in video games but here it somehow adds to whole experience and feels integral part of it ) and weight your options every step of the way.

Admittedly game gets easier and less suspenseful later on like most harder games does ( i'm at that point now ) but i'm so invested in it's story and setting i just dont care and want to carry on. Prey is right kind of hard , you always have several options while level and map design is designed in such a specific way that even though i know this feeling is false, once you find a way to pass difficult enemy without engaging it you feel like you created your own unique way of doing so which noone else have thought of. You feel like an artist of sorts really.

Icing on a cake for me is side quests though i dont think that's an accurate name of them. If you imagine main story line as a centre branch of a tree those side stories are it's smaller branches. Every single one of them feels connected to the main story and in some cases to each other and at time they lead to one another in very unexpected and creative ways. Last time i was so interested in optional quests was in Witcher 3 and we all know how strong world building in that game was .

I just wholeheartedly recommend this game for everyone and i recommend to play it on hard and to struggle , it really makes you feel like you are isolated on a space station there you are the main dish on a menu.

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Verfasst: 19.03.20 23:04
I enjoyed the game's atmosphere, art design and story immensily, but it left me often frustrated in its mechanics. Combat is tougher than I'd like, and there's a focus on crafting and a dash of survival mechanics that I didn't care for. However, it remains a pretty awesome adventure through an interesting world and setting, full of excellent details. I recommend it, but you should probably double check how this game plays before assuming it's like Bioshock - which, on the surface, it totally looks like, but plays different in practice.
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Verfasst: 25.03.20 05:43
[h1]*Jittering caused by caffeine overdose- this review is not a Typhon Cacoplasmus, do NOT hit*[/h1]

Yes- PREY ad2017 probably should've been named NEUROSHOCK or PsychoShock, but that's as far as solid controversies go. Not due to 'PREY' being a bad name or original from 2006/concept of Prey2 a potential burden- just because drawbacks and nuisances arising from this decision overshadowed any possible gains, whatever they were. But enough of that trivial issue.

PREY is an absolutely fantastic game and very solid foundation for potential new series, rubbing shoulders with similar classics- Dishonored, System Shock, BioShock, Deus Ex. Stands tall and firm delivering quite unique and fresh new entry in noble immersive sim genre.

What precisely does it offer?
  • Superb worldbuilding. Story based on fairly light alternative history that hits wild sci-fi motives fast and hard. Memorable adventure from start to finish that leaves thirst for more- both answers and new question.
  • Equally great level and environmental design- space station Talos1 feels as grounded and believable as it can realtively be and exploring it is a real joy and a thrill. Traversing environment offers many chances to test ingenuity and creativity of a player in suprisingly varied and distinctive modules (separate levels) of Talos. Verticality, variety, utility, mystery, fun!
  • Art style! As a fan of Art Deco and mid-century aesthetical trends I have to say it's nearly mesmerizing! If Eastern Columbia building or subway stations in Moscow, blended in futuristic convention sound like something that can make your hearth skip a beat- that is a game for you.
  • Unique atmosphere of light psychological horror. Unsetteling yet inviting to discover it's secrets and shed light on mystery of a disaster that happened high in the sky that... can overshadow Earth.
  • Solid story full of moral nuances, well-written characters and dialogues, interesting lore and collectibles in form of audio logs, letters and emails or magazines.
  • Satysfying game loop driven first and foremost by exploration, with well-balanaced, familiar on the surface combat that has a bit more depth than meets they eye. Great array of unique, creative weapons that are useful throughout the entire game. Decent amout of equipment, easy and fast inventory management, amusing crafting system, basic but reliable weapon upgrade system.
  • Well realized skill tree offering both expected upgrades, additional skills that branch player's toolset and impressive set of powers, associated with research of extraterrestrial organi... hmm, 'beings'. Game doesn't rely on classic combat XP system- instead focuses on tying main character's development with rewarding exploration, observation, cunning and involvment in solving additional quests and tasks.
  • Great soundtrack, sound design and VO performances. Haven't skipped a single conversation or record.
  • Overall tight package and great value- even full, stealthy completionist run (40-45hrs) does leave a feeling of game overstaying its welcome. Add to that New Game+ mode, Mooncrash expansion, alternative playthroughs for specific character development paths and few difficulty settings.


It's honestly hard to find any problems besides minor things and nitpicking like fairly small number of unique body types and faces for (dead) human NPCs, occasional overlapping of audiologs and/or character dialogues, rare glitches of physics system, maybe slight imbalance of game pace, but even that is strongly connected to how player decides to apporach rythm of exploration vs. pushing story forward.
I haven't experienced any technical problems. Arkane made good use of powerful CryEngine- even if occasionally ragdoll/facial animation system or complexity of certain ingame models leaves a lot to be desired (considering high profile of PREY).
Rest is wishful thinking 'how big it could possibly have been and how many new weapons, gadgets, enemy types, side missions, locations or NPCs they could add'. Hopefully PREY2 will be an answer to that.

For fans of Arkane Studios productions, immersive sims or just solid, honest and good games in general - an absolute must play!
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Verfasst: 03.03.20 10:01
I didn't expect this game to be this good when I started it. I enjoyed every aspect of it:
Pros
- Stunning visuals, the station itself is a piece of art and the best thing is that every place on Talos 1 seems like a place where people actually lived in.
- The level design is incredible, it works perfectly on a gameplay perspective, without giving the impression that it is built for the player: every corner, every room has a purpose, everything is so alive you could imagine someone of the crew drank a coffee and put the mug on the table while doing research a few seconds before you enter the room.
- Awesome soundtracks, composed by the famous and talented Mick Gordon. He found the perfect way to convey feelings and create a unique atmosphere.
- The gameplay resembles a mix between Dishonored and the most recent Deus ex. You have lots of abilities that adact to your style, in an enviroment that gives you many ways to overcome an obstacle, you just have to choose your way.
- Story is good, and delivered in a perfect way. I found myself pushed to explore every cm of the station because i wanted to complete all sidequests and to read all i could about what happened on the station.

Cons
- There should be more different types of enemies.

In conclusion I higly recommend this game, in particular to those who enjoyed Dishonored, Deus Ex and Bioshock.
Mooncrush, the dlc, is a lot different from the base game and plays like a rougue-like. You are in a new base and have to escape from it with 5 different characters, each has his own abilities. The enemies and loot vary every time you start the run, so you have to adapt to every different situation. I really liked it, but I cannot recommend it as strongly as I did for the base game.

On the first run it takes from 15 to 25 hours to complete the base game and from 10 to 20 for the DLC, depending on your playstyle.
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Verfasst: 10.03.20 14:52
Two times I have tried to get into this game. I tried hard. I love Dishonored, I love Arkane Studios in general I like this kind of games... I was certain I'd love Prey. But somehow I don't. I can't stand the pace of the game. I don't enjoy clearing the rooms. Not because it is difficult but because it is tedious. I hate looting billions of scraps and having full inventory since literally the first minute of the game. I hate scrapping it all just to make 10 ammo that will just get bulletsponged by every enemy. When I clear the room I don't feel satisfaction. I don't like that enemies respawn. I don't like that almost all the rooms look the same. The game probably has amazing story but for me personally it's hidden by a tedious and slow gameplay that failed to make the game any fun. There is probably a gem underneath what I described but I personally can't recommend it because I didn't enjoy it at all. Hope I made myself clear.
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Verfasst: 19.03.20 09:44
I can't believe after all those shitty Bioshock games someone actually made a game that's a worthy successor to System Shock.

Relevant game anecdote: I got a quest earlier to find this one scientist's bedroom and I'd been listening to a bunch of audio logs from the other crew members about what a complete raging nerd he was, so I went over to crew quarters and dug around until I found a room with a chess board/big dumb moon rock sculpture/whiteboard covered in science crap.

And all the crew quarters are like that, they figured out where all of the 50+ people on the station sleep and personalized all their crew quarters.

And the entirety of the Talos 1 station all fits together logically and every strut has bathrooms and stuff. It must have been an insane amount of planning, I'm just not used to videogame devs giving this much of a shit.
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Verfasst: 15.03.20 03:43
The mechanics in this game are so good that I would consider it a spoiler to reveal any of them. Prey is a first person shooter about discovery and experimentation so I don’t want to reveal much with this review. I really recommend jumping in blind and if you are a fan of Half-Life, System Shock or Dishonored i’m sure you will love it.

The game has such an awesome opening but I feel the story kind of dies off after the first hour of gameplay and the ending seems pretty abrupt. It makes you question your judgements and serves as motivation to explore the environment. But wow, Talos 1 feels so believable, it’s amazing to explore and find all kinds of little secrets and random side stories. I usually dislike audio logs and notes in games but I found all of the ones in Prey really enjoyable to piece together. I can't really talk about much more without revealing information.

The game is a little rough around the edges and has its fair share of bugs and annoying problems. But the gameplay is absolutely worth it.

✔️Many fantastic mechanics to discover
✔️So many good ideas packed into this game
✔️Great intro sequence
✔️Amazing and immersive setting
✔️Unique and clever enemies

❌Could’ve been so much better with a few more months of development
❌The trailers literally spoil major discoveries in the game
❌Menus are designed for controllers and can be annoying to use
❌Some bugs and annoying controls
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Verfasst: 11.04.20 00:29
Prey is a criminally underrated crossing of System Shock 2, Thief, Deus Ex, Bioshock and Alien: Isolation
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Verfasst: 16.04.20 22:43
This game is criminally underrated and I cannot recommend it enough. The game has a really strong narrative with lots of cool sci-fi scenarios and philosophical implications. The atmosphere and music are impeccable. The levels actually look like a real space station that people live and work on. The gameplay is directly tied to the story. In terms of gameplay, it is very solid and reminiscent of Bioshock and Deus Ex while surpassing both in technical ways. The game has a lot of content and all of it is worthwhile. I'm not really sure why the game shares the same name as its 2006 predecessor. The game is completely unrelated, so go ahead and buy it.
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It's an awesome game. Thrilling gameplay, good story and a breathtaking atmosphere. It feels like half-life and deus ex had a child. I pirated this game and finished it twice. Then bought it and going for the third run.
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I would say it is a 9/10. I really liked the world and how full of detail it is filled. Every email and location shows humans connections and how they would behave in certain situations.
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Great game!!!!
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20 hours of Bioshock in space
8/10
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Game style is like Bioshock, but open-world and enemies are Halo's flood with phionic powers. 4/5 last start missing for weird controls/control-mapping. Great single player game.
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Verfasst: 24.05.20 20:17
I put off playing this for a long time because of the mixed reviews. This, however, is one of the best games that have come out in the last few years. Do you like system shock 2? Deus ex? Dishonored? If so, you will likely enjoy this. Its gameplay is that sweet mix of stealth, RPG elements and enviromental storytelling that made its predecessors loved. The story is solid, the worldbuilding is excellent. Your playstyle has some weight in the story in this one, which was refreshing after years of unfulfilled promises from games like bioshock (where a false dillemma about becoming more powerful by making ethical sacrifices was presented). Play it and see for yourself.
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underrated masterpiece.
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Prey | May 7, 2020 | [★★★★]

Prey means deep space and deep gameplay. A huge space station hides thousands of game mechanics and dynamics ready to be explored by the solitary player.
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Verfasst: 06.06.20 22:27
Prey is.... Different.

It is an underrated game full of surprises who manages to stand out among all the other triple a titles.

I won't spoil much, just know that it's a game worth trying out.
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Excellent game. Consider buying Denuvo-free version on GOG.
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Yes
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Its like BioShock, but in space.
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Only game I've played that gets space right. Criminally underrated masterpiece!
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Verfasst: 21.07.20 13:57
[h1] They are weak, bothersome, without brains. But you. You will be worse. Scan and slam, until it is done.[/h1]
Too Long; Didn't Read: Prey is an immersive, slow paced, adventure game that not only creates tension through its horror-inspired enemies and its dark hallways, but also thanks to its morbid technologies and concepts.
It rewards exploration and attention to detail, and the world itself is probably one of the best and most realised in gaming. Its puzzlelike approach to combat may alienate some, but understanding it comes as part of the well-balanced progression.
I recommend Prey immensely, it earns its place as one of the best 0451 games out there, on the same level as Bioshock and System Shock 2.

[h1]The Gameplay[/h1]
Combat: Prey does not play like a typical shooter. The game does not reward those who run and gun every environment, but instead those who take their time and methodically plan out their attack. This is why at first Prey can seem a little too hard with enemies eating away at you while you can only throw 3 swings of a wrench before you are out of breath.

The wrench can be swung 4 times at most before your character runs out of stamina. But charging your strike uses the same amount of stamina but does triple the amount of damage than normal. So, the correct tactic to use it would be to sneak up on an enemy with you ready to strike with the wrench. And this is just one example of how Prey has designed its combat around patience and tactic.

The Gloo Canon is another great example. When fired at an enemy it deals no damage, but it freezes them in place for a short period of time. This then allows you to charge up a wrench swing. This means before engaging in a fight it is a good idea to make sure you have or can immobilize them with this weapon. Since the Gloo Canon can create blobs that are physical, you can create access to higher ground, or create obstructions.

Exploration: Ammunition, health packs, etc, all of these items are exceedingly rare and crafting them requires a lot of recourses. This means even if you do not like exploring much in these games, it is in your interest. Exploration can be one of the most rewarding and useful things to do.

Sometimes a room or objective you need to reach will have a locked door that requires a key code, and you have not invested in the hacking skill. This means you must look around the room. Maybe above the door is a service hatch, that if you use the Gloo Canon to create a staircase to, will allow you access. Maybe entering a room, you ignored earlier will provide you with the code. If the door has a window next to it, you could smash it and if you see a computer, use the nerf gun rip off to open the door remotely. There are many ways to get around the station, and no area will truly be off limits, thanks to the ingenious level design.

Exploring outside the space station is also fantastic. It can be done very early on, and is used to access areas that were damaged, as well as reach far off points of interest like a floating billboard or a space shuttle drifting off in the distance. Access to the main locations of Prey can also be done from space but they are locked from the inside. This means space is more of a convenience to back track to areas you’ve already explored without having to go through the entire building.

The Player: Prey’s skill tree is body modifications, similar to Bioshock or Deus Ex. These can be used for combat, such as more damage with security weapons like shotguns and pistols, or more health. Some body mods help exploring the space station, such as more stamina to run, jump and hit with, or more strength to move obstructions out of the way. And some help improve your experience, like hacking to pacify robots or access locked off areas early, or repair to fix damaged electrical systems or ruined sentry guns.

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One of the more interesting parts of this system however, is the ability to copy enemy abilities. Take the mimic for example, the basic enemy that hides itself as objects like coffee cups, health kits and office chairs. Bring one out of hiding, splatter it in glue to immobilize it, and you can scan it to understand it’s behaviour, but you can also unlock modifications to copy this ability, and then you can disguise yourself as objects as well. This works for all enemies, and certain allies, on the space station.

However, every time you unlock one of these alien abilities, you become more alien yourself. Only invest in alien powers, or have too many of them to counteract your human abilities, and soon the space station will perceive you as an alien threat, and then the security turrets and operators you considered allies will become hostile. This means not only do you have to think about which abilities you need more than others, but also how many you should unlock before you need to stop or counteract them, an odd game of balance.

[h1]The Story[/h1]
Prey’s story is very complex and intricate, with lots to discover and many twists and turns. It is best experienced than told, but to give slight context you play as Morgan Yu, the sibling of Alex Yu who is in charge of Talos 1, the space station and research base you explore in Prey. It specialises primarily in producing Neuromods, which is human knowledge and experiences that you can inject into yourself to gain abilities. However when removed, these Neuromods reset your brain to the moment you installed them, meaning all the time you spent using them is forgotten. This is the explanation of how you have ended up on Talos 1, Neuromodless, confused, and now fighting for your life in an overrun space station.

[h1]Graphics & Soundtrack[/h1]
This game is very beautiful, with plenty of jaw dropping spectacles and surreal locations. Floating around space is made so special by how vivid everything is, the tall and proud exterior of Talos 1, the floating bodies seemingly frozen in their last moments, the isolation you feel as you float alone, in between the Earth and the Moon.

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The inside has a glamorous art deco theme for residential areas, and clean laboratories for workers. The closer you are to the top of this space station, the more natural areas you find like a garden, the crew quarters, and the kitchens. The bottom of the station is where the more dark and intimidating locations can be found, like the engine room, the central computing, the labs. This gives the station nice variety and makes areas you have explored distinct and memorable.

The synth wave soundtrack is brilliant, it really suits the games sci fi theme, as well as helps set the mood or raise the tension. The intense and fast tracks really helped make gun fights feel dramatic. But I found the best moments for the soundtrack was when it was slow and quiet, and I was slowly walking through a room I had just cleared, reading emails of these people who had died, picking up items, accompanied by a low synth tone.

[h1]Final Score & Comments[/h1]
I would give Prey a 9/10. It so brilliantly balances RPG mechanics with action game design and exploration that has not been this satisfying since Bioshock 2. Its story remains mostly strong throughout the game, and never failed to make me question what I, or the major characters, had been doing, and if we were justified in our actions. It has good replay value, and plenty of side game content. I can’t see many reasons not to at least give this game a go.

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Verfasst: 22.07.20 16:56
What I expected: a relaxing shooter.
What I got: a mix of Half-Life, Bioshock, System Shock and Alien, on a space station decorated by Anton Sokolov.

I love making such mistakes.
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Verfasst: 16.07.20 14:46
Best immersive sim I think I've ever played. Elegantly mixes whats both great about Deus Ex and Thief while being a nice homage to the original Prey. That all mixed in with a story that's masterfully uses the game design to add depth makes this a really wonderful experience that I could hardly put down for my 40 hour play through.
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Verfasst: 20.07.20 17:48
Best game I've ever played.
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Verfasst: 27.07.20 03:29
Well, this game is basically Dishonored 2 in space. In a good way. I would say, it is awesome when you can feel the developers' unique style in every single detail, — but you get a totally new product at the same time.

But, Bethesda, for fụсk's sake! I am not that attentive and focused not to forget to come back through two huge locations to open a safe, — and remember its fụсking code in the first place, yeah! I am lacking concenration, thus, this incredible abundance of everything at once, — locations, objectives, abilities, — makes my head spin, to be honest.

This is the one & only minus — just personally for me — of this game, since usually I prefer things to be more linear: like, you just follow it straight, complete the objectives and proceed to the second, third, fourth location, et cetera, et cetera. In this game, you will always have to skip several objectives in every single location, since to complete them you will often need to get somewhere else first.

So, how about travelling 9000 km to the opposite side of the station, finding, for example, a smelly fụсking corpse there, getting a keycard or a note with some fụсking passcode from it, and, afterall, not fụсking forgetting to get back to the place you were a couple of hours before and completing the remaining objective? I usually feel like after a hard day at my job after doing all of it.

Oh, and also: I get nausea when I have to travel through locations with low gravity. Bruh.
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Verfasst: 06.08.20 14:44
Arkane is single-handedly carrying the immersive sim genre on their shoulders with Prey. One of the most underrated games of this gen.
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Has Cold Mountain Green Tea: Instant Buy
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I’m gay
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How difficult is it?
???? My grandma got 100% in a speedrun.
???? It's easy, maybe too easy.
???? Absolutely normal.
✅ A hard but fair challenge.
???? Challenging and sometimes unfair.
???? Absolutely frustrating, you have been warned.


How long is it?
???? Something for your lunchbreak.
???? A couple hours.
???? As long as it should be.
✅ So many hours.
???? Your lifetime is not enough.


What's the story like?
???? What story?.
???? If you can call that a story.
???? There is one if you need it.
???? Just about what you'd expect.
???? You'll want to make sure to get all of it.
✅ Like playing your favorite novel.


Having a good time?
???? Watching grass grow can be fun too.
???? If you're into the stuff, maybe.
???? Imagine breaking through a wall with your head and then another one.
???? Like playing with your dog/cat.
✅ You'll forget everything around you.
???? A memorable moment in life, like your first car.


Replayable?
???? Definitely a one-hit wonder.
???? For the achievement hunters.
???? It's a once a year kind of a deal.
???? With some mods, it's worth it.
✅ Exciting enough to always draw you back in.
???? I'm basically living my life in this.


How does it look?
???? Insults my eyes.
???? Pixelpile.
???? At least you can see what's going on.
???? Graphics simply exist so you can play it.
???? Normal, just normal.
???? Something different from the masses.
✅ Sit back and enjoy the looks.
???? Give me the looks, frames don't matter.


How does it Sound?
???? Like a 1920's silent film.
???? There are the essentials. Bare essentials.
???? Solid middle ground.
✅ A well thought out sound mix.
???? Your ears will thank you for the experience.


What's the music like?
???? White noise would be an improvement.
???? It does the job, but you won't remember.
???? There's not pros or cons to it.
???? Something to remember.
✅ You'll have the soundtrack on loop for the next year.


How do the controls feel?
???? Like stopping an ocean liner.
???? Driving a tank would be easier.
✅ Keyboard and mouse, just as you'd expect.
✅ Gamepad/Joystick recommended.
???? You think and the game will do it.


Bugs?
???? Not on my watch!
✅ Just some small ones to deal with.
???? Can get annoying.
???? Plenty, but they make for lots of entertainment.
???? It's on the edge of unplayable.
???? Basically runs on bugs.


System Requirements
???? A calculator will do.
???? PotatOS approved.
???? The pc from Best Buy will do.
✅ Fine with High-End Hardware.
???? Just two words: Quantum Computer.


Is the Price Fair?
???? Price? It's free!
???? Not enough for what you get.
✅ Perfect price for what you get.
???? It will hurt your wallet.
???? Get ready to sell a kidney.
???? Would you sell your soul?


Should you buy it?
???? No.
???? If it's on sale.
✅ Yes.
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Verfasst: 14.09.20 06:51
8.5/10. This game is CRIMINALLY underated. Combat was a lot of fun, enemies were cool and interesting. Location was neat. But the real seller of this game? The story. Specifically, the intro and outro. This game has THE BEST, opening sequence and ending combination I have ever seen in a game. Its mind blowing. Play this game!!!!
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A masterpiece.
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Verfasst: 27.09.20 14:34
This has got to be one of the most luxurious experiences I've made in my 30+ years of playing video games - PREY is, at it's core, a roleplaying game set in space. In some respects it is similar to SYSTEM SHOCK 2 but it is not an re-enactment or a clone. You're a scientist trying to survive (and eventually solve) a calamity that has befallen your space station. There are always multiple ways of how you can approach problems - you can play stealthily or guns-a-blazin'. One of the best parts of PREY has got to be figuring out how you want to proceed or enter certain parts of the station: You could hack computers to find the right code or you could use alien powers to transform yourself into a tea-cup and roll through a tiny opening. Or you could find a vantage point that allows you to shoot the button that opens a door with an arrow made of styro-foam.

The best part of PREY is its story, though. I almost never play games because of their story - and I'm easily annoyed by intrusive or lengthy exposition. I also hate reading texts in video games (my job already consists of reading and writing texts all day). PREY, however, does it perfectly: Mostly it shows instead of telling and when it does tell, it's very concise and elegant about it. The story itself is really interesting too and it manages to be emotional and philosophical without being pretentious - there's a beautiful twist at the very ending that I didn't see coming.

There are some weaknesses, of course: It takes a while to get used to how PREY handles combat and the waypoint system isn't the best. These are, however, minor points, in my opinion. PREY is worth every penny: There are several endings waiting for you and certainly more than one playthrough if you feel like it. Some of the achievements are pretty fun too!
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Verfasst: 12.09.20 09:11
Fantastic game that really sets the definition of an immersive sim. Almost all of it was a great experience; the only issue I found was the third act of the game -- I felt it backtracked too much and there were a lot of times where I just rushed to the next objective just to get the story to progress. The issue for me is that I spent a lot of time exploring in the first and second act, so that by the third act it was a bit tiring to see that enemies has respawned and new objectives are in previous areas.

If you know nothing about the game, buy it now and start playing it with the internet turned off. If you already have an idea on what you're getting into (like I was), it was still a wonderful experience that really makes me wish for a sequel.

8/10.
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Verfasst: 20.10.20 08:59
Excellent game all round. Great story and music, voice acting and characters, environments, skilltree, and most importantly a variety of ways to tackle certain situations and make choices. One of the best FPS games I have played. I'd say this was on par with how I felt when I finished Half Life 2.
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Verfasst: 07.10.20 22:36
Solid gold.

One of my best gaming experiences of the 2010's.
Probably overall the best storydriven singleplayer FPS I have ever played. Raising the bar set by games as System/Bioshock, Deus Ex and Half Life

The diverse gameplay mechanics offer a 'custom' playstyle that caters to every FPS enthusiasts needs.

9.5/10
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Verfasst: 08.10.20 21:41
My GOTY-2017 award and maybe Game of the decade 2010.

This is the Wagyu of Singleplayer RPG.
Rare occasion I can't say anything negative.
And a sole instance when I loved DLC more than original game (Mooncrash)
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Verfasst: 27.10.20 11:10
[h1]Remarkable[/h1]

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Verfasst: 19.10.20 20:32
An unexpected masterpiece. One of the underrated games.
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Verfasst: 11.10.20 14:16
+ Advantages :
- A heavy and very controlled atmosphere
- The RPG / FPS mix that works well
- A very good level design
- A thrilling adventure
- The exhilarating alien powers
- The freedom left to the player in the gameplay, but also the scenario

- Drawbacks :
- Graphically lagging behind
- Sometimes frustrating 0G phases
- A scenario and a narration that lack genius

Summary : By attacking a style that gave birth to cult games, Arkane bet big, but finally manages to deliver a very good work. Sometimes good, often very good, but rarely excellent, Prey succeeds in plunging us into a bewitching adventure which however lacks that pinch of magic that separates great productions from video game pearls. The studio still convinces with a very successful gameplay, but struggles a bit with the lack of risk taking and innovation on the side of the scenario and the narration. Even duality on the graphic side, the whole has the chance to rely on a sublime artistic direction somewhat marred by an aging engine. The whole remains solid and offers a bunch of good ideas that will keep fans of space trips in suspense. A great adventure that I highly recommend.

16/20
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Verfasst: 26.10.20 17:15
Good game 10 out of 10 would recommend
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Verfasst: 23.10.20 03:08
Let me start with this: this game does not disappoint. Prey is by far one of the smartest, most beautiful, immersive game I've had the privilege to play, and I highly recommend it. I will not have any spoilers in my review.

The Story: 10/10
This is a game you won't want to have ANY prior knowledge to the plot or it will lessen the impact it has. The characters feel real, the story is enthralling, and the conclusion is more than what you'd expect.

The Gameplay: 10/10
If all you play is CoD or CSGO, this may not be your game. But if you are familiar with the likes of Bioshock, Deus Ex, Dishonored, or especially System Shock 2, you'll be delighted to hear that this is very much a spiritual successor to System Shock. The versatility between weapons and abilities, and how you can upgrade both, is superb. The environment is highly interactive, everything from computer consoles to vents to everyday objects are things to consider. Can't get into a room because the door is locked? Turn yourself into a coffee cup and go through the broken window. Use the huntress boltcaster to shoot the open door button on the computer console. Turn off the nearby generator and force the door open with your strength. Find the key code to the door through a security terminal. Hack the door if you have the skill. I could go on. And mind you, this is just for opening a door.

Go buy it. Right now. I don't care if it's on sale. It's worth it. You won't regret it.
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Verfasst: 20.11.20 16:06
Where TF was I in 2017? Why did I miss this masterpiece? One of the best games I played and would spend more time there. 17 hours passed like a blink of an eye.
Gonna grind neorumods to unlock typhon and human abilities.
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Verfasst: 07.11.20 23:14
Very good — you'll love it if you enjoy Deus Ex, Bioshock, Fallout, etc.
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Verfasst: 28.11.20 05:46
Prey is a reboot of the (2006) game, this one here is very complex, tense, and scattered piece of survival kinda of horror but for me it doesn't feel like a horror game at all, the game it's great, you can upgrade your weapons, also acquire new abilities, you can make ammo, health kits and neuromods which are very important cuz is the only way to you upgrade your skills/abilities, the story is pretty good.

The bad thing with this game are the loadings... extremely slow which is a problem, also upgrade your skills and most important your shottie! pistol, the gloo cannon, etc.

Because you can die quite fast tbh trust me so focus getting upgrades in your health, the maximum is 300, also PSI till the max which i don't remember if is it 150 or 200, hack till lvl 4, getting more space in your inventory is very important as well but it has other abilities too so i suggest you to choose them wisely cuz they are very important.

The DlC Mooncrash is boring at least in my opinion, I played as the 1st character and finished and it was boring as hell you've to play with 5 and do some missions and side questions quite silly tbh, so this DLC is meh.

Prey Typhon Hunter, I didn't even bother since i bet no one is online playing it.

Prety It's a cool game, the mainly problem are the loadings... taking seconds... >.>'

Prey 8/10
Heisen.
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Verfasst: 08.11.20 14:39
This is one of the best games I have ever played.

The game does have its downsides, primarily annoying glitches. However, no amount of enemies killing me through shut doors, enemies freezing until I slaughter them, several dialogues starting at the same time to drown each other in cacophony, getting stuck with no way out, and other annoyances spoiled my enjoyment of this game.

It is all about agency and belief that you are there, in the game. You feel the impact of your choices in the game and the choices are not bland or trivial. And the music, design, dialogue - all of the game made me believe that I was dealing with real people aboard a real space station.

You are in for a treat with this game.
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Verfasst: 21.11.20 17:10
Changing my review after finishing the game, and I want to say get it on sale. The start is really good, captivates you right at the beginning of the game, when you first enter the lobby of the station. Then... it gets long, it's a lot of back and forth between places. The controls feel good, except when you're in the air, now it goes to shit. The music is good, adds a lot of suspense. There are some jumpscares that scare you effectively. The game looks good too, great lighting, weird shadows though, Example: I am stading on a platform and I don't see its shadow, but I see mine on the ground. Enemies are visually well-designed, but it takes too much time killing them, either using a gun or your powers, if you use the pistol, you'ill run out of ammo really quickly, and if you're using your powers, you'll run out of psi (mana) after 3 uses of them. The story was the strong point of the game for me, but then, the story itself causes the station to be flooded with enemies, so if you haven't explored things that you now want to explore, it's too late, because there are enemies everywhere, and if you don't have the dash abilities from the skilltree, you're screwed because they will kill you in an instant. The ending was really meh, the animations to show what happened to the station were rushed (it shows) and there wasn't much of an ending, your decisions didn't impact the world that much.
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Verfasst: 22.12.20 23:25
Prey is an absolutely fantastic games that deserves to be alongside the best in the FPS story genres, such as the Half-life series and System Shock 2. I've replayed this numerous times through because I love it so much and there are so many build-paths that I try to force myself to try entirely new upgrades/abilities in order to approach so many unique situations differently. If you're looking at this game, it's because you're looking for a great single-player epic that you can't wait to come back to after work -- yet you can take your time thoroughly enjoy all that it has to offer at your own pace.

I'm not going to review the soundtrack, story, visuals, or anything in serious depth-- just know they are all fantastic. Play the game on hard your first time through, if you don't mind reloading a lot from dying over and over, as I did this on my second play-through and enjoyed it so much more -- which I didn't think could happen! I had a whole new appreciation for utilizing my environment, like electrical surges, to help defeat enemies and found that I needed to be mindful of my ammo and upgrade choices. I don't games that just beat you to death with unnecessary difficulties like sudden time limits on an objective out of nowhere, give out ammo so sparingly that you are afraid of varying your play style in the slightest, or games that really only have one build path worth pursuing while the rest is just novel options. There are so many good things about this FPS story-driven horror that you just need to experience them for yourself.
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Verfasst: 23.12.20 10:09
Imagine you were playing Dishonored but it was in space and also there were cool alien powers and a really interesting story and that's why I think you should play this game.
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Verfasst: 28.12.20 13:28
Dark atmosphere, good gameplay, semi-open world. Very good. Play it!
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Verfasst: 26.12.20 01:41
Prey is a fantastic game and I highly recommend it to any player.
Before you continue reading this review or any others: do yourself a favor and play the game blind. There are a lot of really cool moments that are easily spoiled if you read into things too much. (I avoided any such spoilers in this review.)

Gameplay:
- The gameplay is delightfully nonlinear. Similar to other Metroidvania and open world games, Prey allows multiple correct paths and solutions to many challenges -- you can often solve problems they way you might in the real world, rather than being railroaded into a certain solution. Unlike other Metroidvania games, however, its execution of this concept was stupendous. Despite a complicated map and constant backtracking, I rarely found myself getting lost.
- Combat is satisfying, and the games nature allows you to tune its difficulty just by spending your time in different places. Having a tough time in combat? Gather some materials for upgrades and health. Still having a tough time? You can take advantage of the environment in nearly the entire station -- the whole game is built around outside-the-box thinking.
- The game also subverts many common video game tropes. Areas that appear blocked off (normally unmodelled or empty in other first-person games) can almost always be accessed -- I don't remember seeing an area I couldn't get to, one way or another.
- Sequence Breaking, or skipping parts of the story via alternative means, is not only possible but arguably encouraged. Having a hard time finding a code to a door? Simply unlock the Hacking ability and brute force it. The story accounts for this; you won't mess things up even with extreme shenanigans.
- You can collect pretty much every object and use them to make tools, weapons, ammo, and upgrades. It's surprisingly satisfying to loot every container, and you don't have to worry about keeping eight different varieties of wire on you -- recyclers don't care what they take in.

Story:
- Prey does an excellent job of supporting its story. While the basic idea isn't too exceptional, the addition of logs and highly coherent, interwoven characters allows you to relate to story concepts. Often, a background or joke email will direct you towards useful areas.
- There are several decisions you need to make as part of the game: some of them are especially challenging. One of the hardest decisions I had to make was something I simply stumbled across; it wasn't even a main story event -- just a side quest.

Execution:
- The game is very well executed. Graphics are decently performing, even on my older RX 480 (and running through Steam Play Proton on Linux!) Bugs were few and far between: the only really notable one was an area where you could see through a window to some upgrades, even if you'd already collected them (leading me to search around for a room I missed -- it was just a room that hadn't updated.)
- The design direction in this game is clearly apparent: areas of the world have their own aesthetic and it greatly helps with player orientation (eg the Art Deco lobby or the brutalist Psychotronics)
- The soundtrack is well-composed, although I felt like the selection is a little limited and sometimes the triggers for songs didn't always hit.
- There isn't a way to turn off the (relatively minor) motion blur effects. Annoying if you're playing at a low framerate, but the dynamic resolution option worked well to keep the game running nicely.
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Verfasst: 26.12.20 16:17
Deliberate combat and meticulous exploration through an interconnected map help define the immersive sim status that Prey holds. Combat encounters and exploring new areas can feel like puzzles in their own right, encouraging player experimentation and creating a satisfying gameplay loop. A worthy successor that surpasses games like Bioshock in quality.
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Verfasst: 24.12.20 03:50
Arkane is really good at world building. What a lovely world.
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Verfasst: 31.12.20 01:04
Arcane Studios did it again. I did not expect that I will like Prey more than I did Dishonored, but it is indeed so.

A bit buggy here and there, but nothing I can't forgive for the sake of good gameplay and a well-framed story with interesting characters. And just when I thought the ending is weak, hell no! Won't spoil it.
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Verfasst: 18.01.21 04:22
Best Immersive sim or any game I've played. Perfect lovable sci-fi action setting with a mix of horror. Imagine Bioshock and fallout, but in space, that's right, you heard me, two big games in one. I rcommomend this game after playing 4 times and the absolutely incredible DLC that it has to offer.
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Verfasst: 11.01.21 15:52
Is it the best immersive sim? No. However, the blend of immersive sim and survival horror is a unique and entertaining take. I definitely recommend picking up this game on a sale if you enjoy Arkane's other works!
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Verfasst: 16.01.21 21:35
Excellent game. Reminds me of Bioshock. Good story, several different weapons and power upgrades, Interesting decisions to make, and many hidden touches to find. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Verfasst: 11.02.21 19:14
????Player Bases:
☐ Kids.
☐ Everyone.
☑ Mature.
☑ Casual Players.
☐ Pro players.

⛺Graphics:
☐ Potato.
☐ Bad.
☐ OK.
☑ Good.
???? Pretty decent graphics but a bit outdated imo, as if it were a ~2015 game instead.
The artstyle in Prey is art deco, which gives a very nice Bioshock vibe
☐ Beautiful.
☐ Masterpiece.

????Gameplay:
☐ Terrible.
☐ Bad.
☐ Average.
☐ Good.
☑ Fantastic.
???? I'd say Prey is a perfectly done hybrid between Dishonored and Bioshock.
      The alien abilities are very similar to Bioshock plasmids.
      The Psychoscope which is used to scan ennemies to unlock abilities and find out ennemy weaknesses is very similar to the research camera from Bioshock.
      Different ways to get to a point or defeat an ennemy : you can for example hack through doors, find the keycard to open the door or find a hidden passage.
      Play with a stealthy approach or head-on; set traps, use your environment or just blow them off with your fully upgraded shotgun. There are just infinite ways to play this game!

????Difficulty:
☐ Easy.
☐ Medium.
☑ Hard.
???? Difficulty I felt when playing on Hard, for once the difficulty settings are truly representative of the difficulty ingame
☐ Very Hard.
☐ Death March.

⌛Game length:
☐ Really Short. ( 0 - 3 hours)
☐ Short. ( 3 - 8 hours)
☐ Medium. ( 8 - 20 hours)
☑ Long. ( 20 - 40 hours)
???? 30h on the main game
      15h on Prey Mooncrash
☐ Very Long ( 40 - 60 hours)
☐ Extremely Long (60+ hours)
☐ Endless

????Story:
☐ It Doesn't Have One.
☐ Horrible.
☐ Bad.
☐ Average.
☑ Good.
???? The story is pretty good but it didn't leave up to my expectations, because I kept comparing Prey to Bioshock, I expected the same kind of mindblowing story.
☐ Fantastic.

????Cinematic:
☑ It Doesn't Have.
☐ Horrible.
☐ Bad.
☐ Average.
☐ Good.
☐ Like Watching A Movie.

????Music/Sound:
☐ Horrible.
☐ Decent.
☑ Average.
???? The sound effects were pretty basic :
      Almost every ennemy had a unique sound effect BUT they only had 2 or 3 sound effects each, which still made it repetitive when encoutering the same type several times.
      Very little background sounds, even on an abandonned space station there could still be more environmental sounds than that imo.
The music is okay nothing memorable.
☐ Good.
☐ Amazing.

????Price:
☑ Full Price.
☐ Wait For Sale.
☐ Refund It If You Can.
☐ Don't Buy It.
☐ Free.

????Requirements:
☐ Minimum.
☑ Medium.
???? Runs pretty smoothly, on a GTX 1050 I had everything on High except the textures (due to only having 2GB VRAM) and I had 50-60fps
☐ Fast.
☐ Super Computer.

????Bugs:
☐ Game Itself Is One Big BUG.
☐ Game Breaking Bugs.
☐ Lots of bugs.
☑ Few Bugs.
???? Actually only encountered one very minor bug : sometimes when going through a broken glass, the sound effect abruptly stops.
☐ Nothing.

????Final:
☐ Terrible.
☐ Bad.
☐ Average.
☐ Good.
☑ Great.
☐ Fantastic.

????Others:
Multiplayer: ☑
???? Prey : Typhon Hunter
Singleplayer: ☑

????Final Score:
8.5/10
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Verfasst: 12.02.21 22:22
Wake up, Mr. Yu. Wake up and smell the ashes.
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Verfasst: 23.02.21 17:00
this game didn't disappoint and had a lot of fun unlike what some reviews might suggest .
the pros:
+the story is very interesting with good pacing and you get 3 ending depending on your choices and your game style so that add to the replayability.
+the gameplay is a mix between deus ex and dishonored (you can go stealthy or gun blazing with tons of upgrades and skills to unlock )
+fresh and interesting enemies.
+nice looking graphics
+sound design and the voice-over are well done .
+no game breaking bugs or glitches.
the cons :
-i didn't like the Zero gravity sections (like in space) it felts like floating and a bit hard to navigate ( its just personal opinion).
i highly recommend it if you like games like dishonored and deus ex .
8/10
ps: i didn't try the dlc so i cant tell if its any good
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gem gut. bay gem. aliyen skeri >:(
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Verfasst: 10.03.21 23:15
I cannot believe this game passed me by! Now I am making it my duty to force everyone I know to play it. I initially dismissed it because of the boring name and confusion due to another game of the same name. Plus, nobody had talked about it. I got a recommendation to play this from a friend and he's now my best friend. Two weeks after completing it, I'm still thinking about it, watching YouTube videos and talking about it. I am so disappointed that this doesn't get the attention (sales) it deserves because they truly created a work of art. I will certainly never forget my time on Talos 1. Thank you!
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Verfasst: 02.03.21 23:24
Great immersivesim. Not without flaws, but have interesting story, not bad twist at the end, great gameplay and good visuals. Some features are annoying, like respawning enemies, but overall it was awesome expirience.
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Verfasst: 22.02.21 04:20
Это лучший иммерсив сим, в который я играл, но не прошел... На днях должен исправить эту несправедливость.
В кратце - атмосферно, фантастически продуманно, с кучей деталей и потрясным саундтреком от Мика Гордона - чего еще можно желать?!
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Verfasst: 28.02.21 01:41
Prey is a great game with many interesting characters and choices. This game revolves around character choice, which I love. this also affects the ending.

To avoid spoilers I will avoid talking about these aspects as the game is fully of mystery for player to uncover. If you like Bioshock or you're a fan of RPGs and great story telling then Prey is absolutely for you.
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Verfasst: 10.03.21 01:27
Keep the immersive sim genre alive.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 00:56
Don't let the name deceive you, this is more System Shock 3 than Prey, as it has nothing in common with Prey at all really. Arkane's Prey is their best game by far since Arx Fatalis. It is a sprawling, nonlinear Sci-Fi survival horror game with very capable stealth as well.

You don't just follow a line to your objectives here like you do in Dead Space, the world is a playground for you to explore and be creative. But it's also a lot more than that, as Talos I research station is one of the most detailed, believable locations ever crafted in a game. It has so much personality, it feels so lived in, it's one of the finest examples of environmental storytelling while also enabling creative, nonlinear gameplay.

It takes so many cues from the System Shock games, but does so in a different scale. Whereas the System Shocks pursue a more claustrophobic horror setting like Alien, Prey is a lot taller and wider. This results in more exposition about the crew members, their lives, their personal and professional relationships, and Prey does a perfect job here, also folding in some additional thematic depth and foreshadowing.

It has plenty of flaws, certainly much more than System Shock 2, but the end result is still a rare gem, a type of game that is rarely made. A game too rich in content for most gamers hence it not being a commercial success, but for those who want an enveloping experience, this is the type of game I recommend.

[h3]Strengths[/h3]
  • Prey presents one of the most detailed, believable game settings ever made. No location feels more lived in. The world building is very strong here, and the character development is surprisingly good.
  • Wonderful nonlinear design. Virtually infinite backtracking, nonlinear quest and level progression, multiple endings including a very early one, all of this allows for greater freedom of expression from the player.
  • Extremely interactive environment used to bolster both the narrative and nonlinear gameplay.
  • The Typhon is an intriguing alien species, and they make for intimidating, although still cheesable, opponents.
  • The storytelling effectively screws with the player's mind at times, even though none of the twists are entirely unforeseen. Cool foreshadowing too.
  • Pretty good, but flawed character build diversity. Repair, Hacking, Leverage (strength leading to new physics interactions) are all used well for progression, cool weapon design although too few of them, very cool psionic powers of varying types (polymorphing, psychokinesis, pyrokinesis, summoning, and more).
  • Very capable, but overpowered stealth gameplay.
  • Inherits much of Dishonored's movement. Ledge mantling (although a flawed implementation), automatically ducking under low objects (also flawed), and thankfully leaning.
  • Above average AI actually poses a challenge even if they're still exploitable.
  • Perfectly executed outer space movement.
  • Outstanding soundtrack.
  • Good difficulty mode customization with the inclusion of optional survival gameplay parameters for weapon degradation, traumas, and limited oxygen (only if your suit is damaged though).
  • Its crafting system didn't make me want to kill myself.


[h3]Weaknesses[/h3]
  • Some plot holes - realistically, January would have just filled us in on the rest of Morgan's video, instead of wasting all the time to go fix it when our entire species is on the line here. Also you cannot escape with survivors via Alex's escape pod for some reason, only you can use it alone.
  • A bit buggy and unpolished. Physics glitches, AI path finding issues are common, other AI bugs, LOD glitches, I did encounter a game breaking bug that required restarting it (all computer screens ceased being interactive). Also some wonky coding behind some quests, like how when you transfer the data about Mikhaila's father to your workstation, it simply doesn't appear on your workstation until you talk to her.
  • Some clunkiness with movement mechanics not working reliably. Automatically ducking under objects doesn't always work, the automatic mantling reduces how much control you have over your character compared to System Shock 2/Thief's implementation. You lose control over your character a bit too often for a game like this; likewise you have no control when exiting elevators so your character might walk right into danger.
  • AI is too exploitable, much more than in System Shock 2 (and because System Shock 2 is properly moddable, it has a mod that makes them even less exploitable). Phantoms are confused when you run circles around them, when you take cover, and all enemies are helpless beyond a certain distance (100 ft or so for many) and such distances are very commonly seen in Prey's big maps. Every single AI is incapable of dealing with a player that maxes out Mobility (which is quick to max out); you can sprint and jump with impunity and probably never get touched, no matter what you're up against.
  • Various balance issues. Stealth is overpowered such that leveling it up is pointless. While the game starts off as an above average survival horror game, it ends up being a power fantasy game long before the end even (Prey Core Balance Mod thankfully delays this but it's not enough) and this is even true on Nightmare mode. Typhons are no match for a Neuromodded Morgan Yu, or even military operators.
  • Too many Neuromods, even if you never fabricate them. Your character ends up being a master of so many trades.
  • Seeing the Typhon, the ultimate threat to humanity, get absolutely bodybagged by military operators is silly.
  • The Typhon look like moving shadows yet they don't stick to the darkness. The game really should have involved lighting more in the gameplay process, and made all Typhon weaponize shadows more.
  • Not nearly moddable enough.
  • The main quest to scan the Coral is the worst kind of objective marker hunting quest. Total bore but thankfully it's the only bad main quest and you're already an overpowered God by then so you can finish it very quickly.
  • Outer space is too noisy, it misses out a bit on what space horror should be.
  • Inadequate enemy variety, especially when Commander Dahl lands and unleashes infinite spawning military operators and nothing else. Substantially less enemy variety than the System Shocks even though this is at least twice as long of a game.
  • Inadequate weapon variety for a game of this length, also substantially less than the System Shocks. Even if Prey were half the length it'd need more, even with the psionic powers.
  • The worst surround spatialization I've ever heard, which harms immersion. It doesn't use the right speakers, no simulation of height/verticality, poor sense of distance. Sound is ultra important for this type of game. It also has some sound mixing issues with character voices being exponentially louder than audio log voices.
  • Lots of lights not casting shadows and noticeable pop-in. Thankfully a mod addresses both, though pop-in can still be seen.
  • While it offers fairly extensive HUD/UI/tooltip customization, it's not enough. Thankfully Prey Interface Customizer has us covered.


There are some must-have mods for this game, listed below (if the links get removed they're Prey Core Rebalance Mod, Prey Interface Customizer, and Real Lights plus Ultra Graphics Mod, all on Nexusmods):
https://www.nexusmods.com/prey2017/mods/40
https://www.nexusmods.com/prey2017/mods/18
https://www.nexusmods.com/prey2017/mods/22

Newcomers should probably play on Hard mode first (and I recommend using all the optional survival difficulty parameters), any subsequent playthroughs are best played on Nightmare just so there can be some semblance of difficulty on them.
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Verfasst: 28.03.21 04:34
This happened to my buddy Eric once.
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oh god, what can I say
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Verfasst: 23.03.21 10:23
Brilliant and underrated game. Awesome!
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Verfasst: 10.04.21 20:03
i enjoy
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Verfasst: 04.04.21 13:52
Underrated masterpiece
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Verfasst: 02.04.21 01:07
I very much so enjoyed this game--would recommend to anyone who enjoys sci-fi 'horror'.
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Verfasst: 10.04.21 17:13
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Verfasst: 24.04.21 16:34
[h1] Information / Review English [/h1]

Prey falls into the genre first person shooter, which was developed by Arkane Studios.

[h1] Gameplay / Story [/h1]

Prey is set in an alternate time in which President John F. Kennedy survived the 1963 assassination attempt. As President, John F. Kennedy initiates several financings into the space program, which can expand it.

Attracted by the activity of humans in space, an alien force, which consists of different species and is called Typhon, attacks the earth. The United States and the USSR form an alliance to fight Typhon. Together they build the space station Talos I in the orbit of the moon around the earth to use it as a prison for the typhon. Over time, the station will be expanded by various agencies. This makes for a variety of decorations in the retro-futurism style]. Eventually, the United States takes full control and creates research laboratories on the prison satellite to study the Typhon. After a fatal incident between the scientists on board the station and the Typhon, the United States canceled the project. A few years later, the TranStar Corporation acquires the station. Advances in neuroscience allow scientists to use and control the typhon. This gives them the opportunity to take advantage of physiology and create neuromods that can restructure the human brain and enable new abilities (including superhuman ones). The success of the TranStar Corporation ultimately grows through the sale of Neuromods on Earth. At the time of the game, in 2035, the TranStar Corporation was expanding the station and creating residential quarters for its employees.

The player takes control of the protagonist Morgan Yu, a human aboard a space station with numerous hostile aliens. The player has the opportunity to choose certain attributes of Yu, including gender, and make choices that affect the story. In order to survive, the player has the opportunity to collect weapons and resources on board the space station and use them against the aliens. The player is also able to move outside the station in complete weightlessness. The gameplay is heavily influenced by Metroidvania.

The game has several final versions, which are dependent on the decisions and the interaction with the station

[h1] Pro [/h1]

+ challenging science fiction adventure
+ interesting story with an extremely exciting finale
+ You can feel the flair of System Shock
+ great tactical fights with cool combos
+ good scope
+ excellent level design with alternative routes and possibilities
+ little puzzles and secrets
+ several levels of difficulty
+ Achievements and trading cards

[h1] Contra [/h1]

- some long walks and periods of suspension
- Hacking mini-game too monotonous in the long run

[h1] Conclusion [/h1]

Prey offers you a successful game with a great flair, great atmosphere, story and extraordinary weapon and enemy types! Clear buy recommendation.


[h1] Information / Review Deutsch [/h1]

Prey fällt in das Genre Ego-Shooter, welcher von Arkane Studios entwickelt wurde.

[h1] Gameplay / Geschichte [/h1]

Prey spielt in einer alternativen Zeit, in der der Präsident John F. Kennedy das Attentat im Jahr 1963 überlebt hat. Als Präsident leitet John F. Kennedy mehrere Finanzierungen in das Raumfahrtprogramm ein, wodurch es ausgebaut werden kann.

Angezogen von der Aktivität der Menschen im Weltraum, greift eine fremde Kraft, welche aus verschiedenen Spezies besteht und als Typhon bezeichnet wird, die Erde an. Die Vereinigten Staaten und die UdSSR gehen ein Bündnis ein, um gegen Typhon zu kämpfen. Gemeinsam bauen sie die Raumstation Talos I in der Umlaufbahn des Mondes um die Erde, um diese als Gefängnis für den Typhon zu nutzen. Im Laufe der Zeit wird die Station durch verschiedene Agenturen erweitert. Das sorgt für eine Vielzahl von Dekorationen vom Stil des Retro-Futurismus]. Schließlich übernehmen die Vereinigten Staaten die volle Kontrolle und erschaffen Forschungslabore auf dem Gefängnissatelliten, um den Typhon zu studieren. Nach einem tödlichen Zwischenfall zwischen den Wissenschaftlern an Bord der Station und dem Typhon brechen die Vereinigten Staaten das Projekt ab. Einige Jahre später erwirbt die TranStar Corporation die Station. Fortschritte in der Neurowissenschaft ermöglichen es Wissenschaftlern, den Typhon zu nutzen und zu kontrollieren. Dadurch haben sie die Möglichkeit, die Physiologie zu nutzen und Neuromods zu schaffen, die das menschliche Gehirn umstrukturieren können und neue Fähigkeiten (einschließlich übermenschlicher) zu ermöglichen. Durch den Verkauf von Neuromods auf der Erde wächst letztlich der Erfolg der TranStar Corporation. Zur Zeit des Spiels, im Jahr 2035, hat die TranStar Corporation die Station weiter ausgebaut und Wohnquartiere für ihre Mitarbeiter geschaffen.

Der Spieler übernimmt die Steuerung des Protagonisten Morgan Yu, einem Menschen an Bord einer Raumstation mit zahlreichen feindlichen Aliens. Der Spieler hat die Möglichkeit, bestimmte Attribute von Yu, einschließlich des Geschlechts, auszuwählen und Entscheidungen zu treffen, welche die Geschichte beeinflussen. Um zu überleben, hat der Spieler die Möglichkeit, Waffen und Ressourcen an Bord der Raumstation zu sammeln und gegen die Aliens einzusetzen. Der Spieler ist auch in der Lage, sich außerhalb der Station in völliger Schwerelosigkeit zu bewegen. Das Gameplay ist stark von Metroidvania-Einflüssen geprägt.

Das Spiel verfügt über mehrere Endfassungen, welche abhängig von den Entscheidungen und der Interaktion mit der Station sind

[h1] Pro [/h1]

+ anspruchsvolles Science-Fiction-Abenteuer
+ interessante Story mit extrem spannendem Finale
+ das Flair von System Shock ist spürbar
+ tolle taktische Gefecjhte mit coolen Kombos
+ guter Umfang
+ ausgezeichnetes Leveldesign mit alternativen Routen und Möglichkeiten
+ kleine Rätsel und Geheimnisse
+ mehrere Schwierigkeitsgrade
+ Errungenschaften und Sammelkarten

[h1] Kontra [/h1]

- einige lange Laufwege und Schwebephasen
- Hacking- Minispiel auf Dauer zu eintönig

[h1] Fazit [/h1]

Prey bietet dir ein gelungenes Spiel mit tollem Flair, super Stimmung, Story und außergewöhnlichen Waffen- und Gegnertypen! Klare Kaufempfehlung.
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Verfasst: 03.05.21 10:21
Definitely one of the best games i ever played.
If you enjoyed Bioshock series, please don't miss this game.
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Verfasst: 12.05.21 12:16
Pretty scary when your pizza turns into a mimic
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Verfasst: 26.04.21 01:06
Play first on Xbox and just had to experience it again fresh. This is one of the best FPS games I've ever played. Very atmospheric and immersive.
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Verfasst: 12.05.21 13:51
I believe prey deserves more recognition because of the imersive gameplay and the amazing story it has.
I enjoyed this game a whole lot and i highly reccomend it!
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Verfasst: 07.05.21 06:51
Now heres a game that took me by surprise, recommended by a friend i did not know what to expect. A little complex and took me some time to get into but once i did and began exploring the aspects of the game it really grew on me. the enemies are a little terrifying, from the mimics that can disguise themselves as anything and kill you if you happen to unknowingly pick up a coffee cup that happens to be one in disguise. To the Phantoms that can teleport from across a room to right in your face in an instant, and then theres the Nightmare which stalks you for periods randomly throughout the game. there's a lot of puzzles and clues and side stories to uncover, as well as multiple different approaches to solving problems. locked door, hack the terminal, find the key card, turn yourself into a coffee cup or a clipboard and slide though the window, or simply crawl through the air ducts. Stumped? Don't know where to go? Break a window here and there to find out its actually a looking glass and there's a secret passage behind it. A powerful enemy stands in your path? Use your handgun or shotgun, a multitude of alien abilities (kinetic blast being my favorite), or set up a couple turrets and lure the enemy to its doom. The environment is well detailed, and there are many objects to interact with, in fact you can recycle objects, junk, extra weapons, and even dead bodies to make tools, weapons, ammo, Neural mods, and health kits. Talos one is massive and takes a long long time to explore, and then you can go outside in a suit and explore hull breached areas of the station inaccessible from the inside. However you are much more vulnerable when in a space suit, yet not defenceless. I really enjoyed the depth that this game has to offer, and i know a lot of players out there may not appreciate it in the way that i have. But if you like a great story, filled with puzzles, and a bit of terror. Give it an honest try and you may end up loving it as i have.
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Verfasst: 10.05.21 10:37
Amazing gameplay, amazing exploration. The enemies are hard enough that you need to think your way to approach them, and resources are scarce enough to make exploration feel very rewarding. Story gets you hooked (if you don't mind being in the dark about some stuff). I'd say the weak point is the aesthetic, which is lacking (but I'm probably biased because I was reminded of Bioshock so much). A game so good I'm currently having no want whatsoever to play anything else after finishing it.
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Verfasst: 17.06.21 22:10
Do you like bioshock?
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Verfasst: 11.06.21 16:13
A true masterpiece. A lighthouse that will always remind me what gaming industry should aim for. Smart, intricate and tense. I truly cannot recommend this game enough
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Verfasst: 18.06.21 22:21
+Interesting story
+Choices to make
+Side quests
+Lots to discover
+Space travel
+Immersive gameplay
+Nice graphic
+Great sound
+Recycler and Fabricator machines
+Neuromods
+Scary some time

I didn't play a game so good in years!
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Verfasst: 27.06.21 10:06
I don't understand why this game is not referenced as an example of how to do a different, immersive game with an amazing story.
Prey is one of those games you will love for various reasons, I will proceed to name a few.

Its UI is magnificent, Its incredibly beautiful and easy to understand.

I love its story, how its being told and all those twists being uncovered as you progress.

If we talk about the gameplay, its brilliant, its a remarkable upgrade from what Dishonored is, even when Dishonored is already one of the best in that genre. All the things you can do, the choices to free roam and all the opportunities to make different paths and still being told the same story, while feeling totally different and unique.

Customization of the abilities its pretty good, it feels quite different between different builds, even tho, there is not a huge ability tree.

And last, its music, just perfect. Scifi synthwave which makes everything looks cooler.

You have to play Prey if you haven't and I recommend you to play it slowly, and enjoy the atmosphere, its dialog and its story. As I said before, Its something different, with a formula only perfected by ArkaneStudios.

10/10
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Verfasst: 11.06.21 08:13
another fantastic game im not sure how i havent reviewed.
IMO more polished than dishonored 2 and in its own right just a great game, if you like IMSIM games idk how you could not play this.
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Verfasst: 15.06.21 06:47
One of the greatest games of its generation. A proper sequel to System Shock, and a perfect example of what immersive sims can do. Games journalists make this game out to be a horror shooter with shape-shifting headcrabs being its only interesting feature. Your guns and powers are only as useful as you can make them with your own creativity and improvisation. Its so refreshing to play a game with a modern coat of paint that respects your intelligence and decisions.
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Verfasst: 25.06.21 19:02
A highly classy title that has received little attention
In the game you can see signs of Dishonored elements like sound effects and gameplay ...
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Verfasst: 17.06.21 23:31
The single best FPS RPG that seemingly very few people ever played. Criminally underrated, and expertly designed. A thrilling mimicry of Deus Ex's open-ended exploration gameplay and abilities system, set to the backdrop of an alien outbreak onboard a sprawling space station - where any object in a room could be a creature lying in wait.

Fans of Metroidvania-like games would find a lot to enjoy here. Pages of unique abilities (Slowing down time, turning yourself into objects, summoning doppelgangers of yourself or straight up slinging energy bolts), huge intricate levels full of hidden pathways and alternate routes, optional side-missions with moral choices, and an extremely intuitive crafting and upgrade system that keeps you constantly hunting for more items. Players looking for more challenge can also enable higher difficulties and optional parameters - including the addition of various injury types and equipment degradation (and repair).

This game is an obvious labour of love from a team that was heavily experienced in the genre. If you've got a craving for a very well-written, exploration-focused shooter, then this should be at the top of your list.
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Verfasst: 01.09.21 08:22
[h1]“I used to wish we weren’t alone in the universe.”[/h1]



Summary:
A modern style, “play it your way” sci-fi RPG that actually lets you play the way you want, Prey is a flawed gem that is Arkane Studios’ homage to System Shock 2 and probably their greatest achievement to date.

Should you buy this?
Yes.


Review in detail:

Story and Gameplay:

(Played on Normal difficulty)

Prey is a first-person RPG where you play as Morgan Yu, aboard the space station Talos One, currently orbiting the Moon. You wake up with no memories, during an alien invasion on board. Everyone else around you is either dead, possessed or hiding and its upto you to explore the space station if you want some answers. The only problem is, will you live long enough to get any answers, and can you trust the answers you do get?

At its outset, Prey plays a lot like a survivor horror game. Your only weapons for a while are a wrench and a Gloo gun that shoots special ammo that non lethally freezes enemies in place for a while and can also be used to make platforms to reach out of the way places. Ammunition is rare at the beginning and the very first basic enemy type you meet is an alien critter that can imitate random stuff like coffee cups, chairs or garbage cans. So might walk into a room looking for something and get your face eaten off by a cardboard box. So, you’ll be spending the first few hours of this game sneaking around, till you get more resources and better weapons.

This is where the game’s greatest strength lies. It’s ability to let you choose multiple methods for dealing with the same problem. Do you need to get past some enemies and an electrified doorway? Sure, you could try fighting them and then walk through the electrified door, tanking up all the damage. Or, maybe you could sneak around, find an air duct and slip into the next room? Or maybe pull out the Gloo gun and create a new platform over the hazards? Maybe there’s a keycard nearby or computer to hack that can open up a new way? It’s all up to you.
The weapons in this game are alright, but nothing to write home about. You get a wrench and the Gloo gun to start out, before adding a pistol and a shotgun to your arsenal. These will be your workhorse weapons for much of the early and midgame (along with some grenades) before you add an electric gun and a laser weapon to your collection later. The enemies you meet along the way ramp up in difficulty pretty soon. You’ll start off facing camouflaging critters, but soon you’ll be facing cloning phantoms, possessed turrets, aliens that mind control people and turrets and more.

If you’ve read this far into the review, you might be thinking that Prey is a great game and a masterpiece. So why did I call it a flawed gem in the summary?

Because Prey has problems maintaining its consistency.

Prey does a lot of things right, but it fails to keep it going consistently. The game starts you off with a wrench and little ammo, making it tense and atmospheric as you creep through hallways listening for any indication that enemies might be nearby. However, after a few hours you’ll have amassed a bunch of weapons, ammunition and other stuff to be able to just casually blast past most of the enemies standing in your way. The game has a basic crafting system where you can turn junk into crafting materials at certain machines and use them to craft supplies. A neat idea, in theory, enforcing your role as a survivor. But as you progress through the game, you can gather enough trash to craft munitions for a whole battalion, and I ended the game with hundreds of bullets and shells and 30 medkits. You can even craft upgrade modules, which further helps break the game balance. This crafting system also means that after a while, sneaking past enemies isn’t really the best option for you anymore, because killing them will net you more supplies. This goes double for levels you revisit, because enemies spawn in previously cleared levels, but supplies don’t. So, killing enemies is your only viable source of supplies in those places.


Graphics and Sound:

Prey’s graphics are pretty well done. Talos One looks beautiful and real effort has been put into making the place look like it’s a place where people used to live and work. Special props to whoever designed the shadows, because they look gorgeous, especially when you’re in space floating around the station. The character models might look a little weird to you, because Arkane used their “kinda cartoony” models for people that they had in the Dishonored games in Prey as well. Considering how the rest of the station looks, it’s a but jarring, but it didn’t bother me too much.

The sounds in Prey are amazing. The voice work is great all across the board, but it’s the enemy and ambient sounds that steal the show. There’s nothing like hearing own footsteps as you walk into a room, only to hear the tell-tale sounds of a mimic scurrying just out of sight, or the heavy footsteps of a phantom. Sometimes you’ll even hear metallic sounds of some other parts of the ship breaking and it all adds up to make you feel really alone and vulnerable from all sides.

Final words:

Prey is a game with many good ideas, even though it might not be able to execute them with consistency for long. As a homage to older RPGs like System Shock 2 and Deus Ex, it still manages to hit the mark more often than it misses and, in some areas, even surpasses those classics. The bottom line is I really enjoyed my time playing Prey and I recommend you check it out as well.
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Verfasst: 01.09.21 13:33
When BioShock, Dishonored, Dark souls and Dead Space has an orgy you get this game.
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Verfasst: 14.09.21 20:21
Looking at the new game called Deathloop i am wondering why Prey was hated by so much people when it released. Graphics in this game are same to the new one, сonsidering the release date - the fckin 2017, in some moments even better. Gameplay, atmosphere, plot denouement - all this is completely ahead of the new game. So i just recommend buying Prey if you've never played it or replay it if you already have it in ur library instead of buying the Deathloop
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Verfasst: 18.09.21 19:48
Possibly the best immersive sims out there!
Playing this game for the second time made me realise how great this game actually is, a masterpiece in my opinion.
They did a poor job at promoting this game and making me think it's another FPS with aliens for you to shoot for fun.
Also the music in this game is Mick Gordon's best work in my opinion it's a shame that it doesn't get enough credit as much as his work on DOOM.
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Verfasst: 16.09.21 14:51
The best game you'll probably never play.

Without a doubt Prey is my favourite game ever made. It is a masterpiece. No other game in this day and age has managed to pull off what Arkane pulled off here. A love letter to System Shock, with influences from Deus Ex, Thief and obviously Dishonored.

A massive interconnected spaceship, that you can traverse both internally and externally, an entire roster of crew members that you can optionally track down and locate (alive or dead ), a huge range of gameplay systems that link in dozens of different ways to make every single encounter or obstacle have a unique solution for almost every player, incredibly level design that is consistent the whole way through, a story that gives and gives the more you put in with the wealth of emails, notes and audio logs that can be found, the list just goes on. I've not even mentioned the weapons, powers, and other skills you can obtain.

The best thing anyone can do is go into this game without knowing much about it, as the introduction alone is probably one of the best sequences ever created. If you stick around long enough to get to grips with everything, you'll end up with the best modern immersive sim ever created.

Yes this game is called Prey, yes it has nothing to do with the original FPS Prey - blame Bethesda, not Arkane. If this has put you off at any point in the past, do yourself a favour and look past it. You will not be disappointed.
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Verfasst: 02.09.21 13:37
Incredible story and combat. Bioshock is the most obvious comparison, but it also has a lot of similarity to Half Life and Doom (I suppose all three have influenced each other). This game is a love letter to anyone who has enjoyed story-based shooters. Just get it!
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Verfasst: 11.11.21 03:18
If Dishonored, Bioshock and Half-Life had a weird threeway baby, this would be the result. Who knew black blobs could be so scary?

Just a warning incase anyone actually reads this: This game is NOT a fast-paced shooter. It's an immersive story game with guns. It's a lot similar to Bioshock and Dishonored: You start off weak and are better off avoiding fights and being stealthy until you become an end-game powerhouse that can kill anything. The game IS hard, though, if you intend to try to shoot everything. The black blobs hit HARD. Don't be ashamed to turn the difficulty down. Even on Normal it can be brutal in the beginning.

If you stick around long enough to get your bearings and push through, it's a good game with great atmosphere (as Arkane does best). The story is roughly 40 hours long (yes, really.) and the basic premise is a lot similar to the 3 games I mentioned above. However, I won't spoil it as the story is slowly explained through playing.

It was a bit dull at times, but other times was tense and anxiety-inducing. Highly, highly recommend it to any fans of the games I mentioned.

One more small note before you begin playing: Like Dishonored, the way you play the game affects the ending and a sliver of the difficulty. The main and only way to affect this though is what you choose as upgrades. Again, won't spoil, but upgrades with blue background = good ending. Upgrades with purple background = bad ending.

Have fun!
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Verfasst: 10.11.21 19:04
This game is truly a delight to explore. Amazing environmental storytelling.
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Verfasst: 21.11.21 11:45
Great game. But design choices resulting in lack of 'mass appeal' is obvious. Additionally some people really detest the game and call it 'too hard'. They are partially right, early opening hour of this game is terrible to be quite honest. The 'situation' the player finds themselves in may be inspiring to some but for me this inception level 'everything is not what it looks like' did not strike at all and i could not understand how this game can possibly have a 'Very Positive' -score after some hours.

Combat is awkward and enemies are so weird. Tools of the trade are even more weird. Only wrench, pistol and shotgun are normal tools of the trade and even they don't quite have the effectiveness you expect 'from other games'.

But i kept going and after understanding how open the game is to solutions it started to dawn on me the sheer attention to detail and freedom you have meanwhile keeping pressure on you to scavenge items for your survival. Inventory management is a must. And the story itself slowly started to open up the same as new areas became available and you learned new tricks. Only then did i realize that despite the game having the bog standard 'here is a problem, you can shoot yourself through it, sneak it trough this convenient vent or hackety hack something' it adds a layer of abstraction on top of that with it's own set of skills, tools not seen in other games. You can parkour a lot and even build bridges. And there seems to always be something worth grabbing in hidden places.

Game lands somewhere between bioshock and aliens isolation and it has issues compared to both: Bioshock has a more linear selection of weapons which helps getting into the game. Prey wins in the longer run hands down but so many people never get that far. Aliens Isolation hands over elements to Prey in the form of something i wont mention in details here. But otherwise this game is nothing like Aliens. Sneaking is mostly done early to mid game. Later you don't really care.

So i guess if you want something different here you go. Satisfaction not guaranteed but for the hard headed ones it is a good probability you will consider this a masterpiece afterwards.
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Verfasst: 14.11.21 19:31
Having just finished this game recently, I can recommend it to anyone that likes games such as Alien Isolation, Dead Space and even BioShock. This has vibes from all those three franchises, and I think it does a good job in taking some of their best aspects and fitting it nicely here. But even if you haven't played any of those games, I still think it's very much worth the play.

Story is a little bit complex, so you definitely have to pay attention to details, and probably one of those games that you'll have to play twice to fully gather it, because some things only become clear right on the end. I gotta say ending had me baffled because it's not what I expected, but maybe I just missed out on the clues through the game.

NPC are very nicely designed. They all have their own personalities and goals, and helping them along the way feels really good and natural. It doesn't feel like it breaks flow of the game.

On that I will say that this game has really great side quest design. There's a lot of them, and yes, there's a lot of backtracking (which I liked), but man are most of them fun, and they make sense in the grand scheme of things. There's some that are just plain annoying and I had to search it up, but they are few and far between.

Anything to do with combat in this game is very fun. Weapon choice is classic with couple of exceptions but they still do really well. GLOO Cannon adds something that you rarely see in any other game, and i loved it! Upgrading your weapons is very basic so not much to say there. It's not something you will find exciting, but it's fine I guesss.

However, Neuromod system is really really fun. There's so MANY skills you can choose to take and level up that you can really do whatever path you want. Do you want to be a hacker that can lift heavy things? Sure. Do you just want to focus on your gunplay and go from there? Yeah! And many many more combinations, some really wild ones. I also think the amount of Neuromods that you can find through the game is just about right. You won't really realize on your first play, but it really hammers down the importance of choosing correctly and not just spending points randomly.

One major negative on this game are the sheer amount of loading screens, and also every loading screen has two loading screens. Really weird and really gets to your nerve later in the game when you have to backtrack often. Sure, on SSD it's probably not felt as much, but for anyone using HDD, you will definitely notice that.

Anyway, that's it. Really good game, a hidden gem in a way that deserves more spotlight. I'd give it solid 7/10.
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Verfasst: 21.11.21 18:33
I played this on release, really liked it, but didn't play it for long. Other games released, I couldnt totally max out this one by then...so I forgot about it. Didn't play it in like 2 years, while remembering alot about those little 11h I played.

The ambient and story were great, the atmosphere was so good and tense I could only play in short sessions...but it was so cool and intense that it stuck into my memory.

Now im revisiting this, years after, and now its even clearer: this is one of the best fps I have found in years. It's so special, that for details on the game, go read another review, mine is more a philosophical one.

Technical wise, I can say the production values are imo, AAA, the graphics and effects are great, the interactions with everything are superb, the gameplay options, upgrades, powers, weapons, innovation on enemies etc are top. The story is mindblowing, worth of a movie

I must say, while being a big Arkane fan (loving their dishonored series) I am not very attracted to their latest, semi rogue lite fps. This one, Prey, is more in the Dishonored / Bioshock league.

And now im gonna replay it from start, slowly savoring every bit of it, knowing nothing similar released not only years before, but also years after it. So its a true gem!

Also, given its kind of gameplay, it is much better enjoyed when you have a mood for it, like you wanna play some kind of slow paced horror game, with lots of investigation, and some burts of fast and crazy action, which isnt anything similar to playing another one of Arkane fps, like Youngblood, where you just wanna shoot like mad and laugh at nazis, hehe.

Overall, a very recommended game. One of those games you can consider one of your favourites even if you aren't gonna play it for hundreds of hours. I really wish there were more games like this XD
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Verfasst: 29.11.21 19:00
A truly outstanding game that elevates immersive sims to the next level

The gameplay is just so damn good, and the writing aint half bad either, AND it looks fucking gorgeous!

Im ashamed it took me this long to play it
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Unexpected masterpiece 9/10
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Verfasst: 06.11.21 21:31
THAT...
easily goes to my personal top of jaw-dropping endings.

I'm just so glad I didn't catch any spoilers before playing this game, so here's my first piece of advice: DON'T WATCH any video reviews before playing - they tend to spoil the great things. You know, when an NPC in a game has been talking to you for 10 minutes, explaining what's what, that's bad narrative design. But when no one has told you anything yet, but it STRIKES you, and in a moment you REALIZE EVERYTHING, that's great narrative design. And Prey (2017) does that. It has a common narrative theme with Bioshock 1, but what Bioshock, imo, fails to do, Prey does wonderfully. The Big Twist works much better when you know your character well enough and have a connection to them.

Prey has been on my radar for quite a while, but I didn't want to play it, scared away by the 'survival' tag. That's just not my kind of gameplay. I want to kick a$$e$ in games, not to tremble in a corner waiting for a monster to go away. Then I stumbled upon a video called something like 'Transhumanism in Prey (2017)'. I watched it (cautiously skipping possible spoilers), and it got me interested immediately, since 'what makes us human' and stuff like that is one of my favorite topics. OK, I thought. I'll suffer for the sake of... humanity.
Actually, all you need to know about gameplay is that, first and foremost, it's an immersive sim by Arkane. Disregard all the rest. I found out that the survival component works surprisingly well in an immersive sim. Knowing that your resources are limited, you'll explore more and find alternative (sometimes even creative) ways of dealing with enemies instead of just running'n'gunning. I also found out that surviving is not so stressful when no one forces you to do what you don't want to. Don't feel like fighting? No problem. Just sneak around. Don't want to look over your shoulder while searching that curious room? Go ahead and kill that pesky typhon roaming there. Not in the mood of running? They got you covered - pretend that you're a cup (I'm not kidding. You can do that.)
The further you progress, the more tools you get to have fun with. There are so many (weapons, abilities, 'grenades') that the encounters never get old or repetitive. While at the beginning I was afraid to engage in combat with anything bigger than a mimic, in the second half of the game I'd had my share of creative a$$-kicking. A fully upgaraded shotgun + the shield ability, and a Nightmare becomes a piece of cake (OK, of biomaterial). It's up to you to find the most fun combinations.
Though the storyline is relatively short, I got lost for 62 hours, and I'm pretty sure I still haven't seen everything. The exploration was so amazing - I discovered something new every time I revisited a location. I have yet to mention how gorgeous the location design is. Moreover, albeit the complexity of areas, those really look like places where people used to work - every single detail on the space station makes sense. There's also plenty of environmental storytelling.
Oh, and you can go OUTSIDE the station, to the outer space! I mean, how many games do you know that offer you the experience of floating in zero gravity, first person, watching the Earth and stars? I don't know any other. I was like, 'wow!' the first time I got there. There are things to do outside the station, too.

So here's my second piece of advice: DO the side quests! This is where the game really shines - through these quests and interactions with NPCs.

There were some frustrations, of course. For example, when I found out that I couldn't morph into smaller things that could have squeezed through one very tricky door. I'd had so much fun with the morph ability and was disappointed. (Later, I found out that the devs actually explained it: they had too many clipping issues with smaller things, so they had to limit this ability in such a way.) But mostly, such frustrations made me want to try harder and be more aware of my surroundings, instead of just rage quit. And there were bugs, not critical, but still unfortunate. Falling through textures a couple of times, an enemy seeing me through a wall, a Nightmare not going away after the timer has run out. There was that moment when I was pretty sure I grabbed a quest item from a safe, but the quest didn't update and the marker kept pointing me to the safe, which made me doubt my own sanity. Well, you know. Mind games.

So here's my final piece of advice: PLAY THIS GAME. If you like immersive sims, there's a very, very good chance you'll absolutely love Prey.

Now it's time to beat the mi-i-ind game
(that tune is so catchy)
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Verfasst: 26.11.21 06:08
Died in the prologue and got an achievement for it. 10/10
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Verfasst: 12.12.21 21:45
Truly the most well designed and underrated thriller exploration games I've ever experienced. The design is perfect, the enemies are just the right amount of scary and unsettling and it's surprisingly long as well. I can whole heartedly recommend this to you if you are looking for such and experience.

It does have it's problems, but none of them are even close to deal breaking in my opinion. I did not really enjoy the zero gravity parts and the overwhelming ability options.

Oh also, definitely go in blind.. no tutorials or starting tips. I did it that way and the game did an excellent job of not holding my hand about everything, but definitely helping when I got stuck.
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Verfasst: 26.12.21 17:27
Not a Mimic.
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Verfasst: 30.12.21 10:35
This is the perfect example of how marketing can make or break a release. Prey is one of the best immersive sims out there, and certainly Arkane's best. If you liked any of this studio's previous titles, Prey is right up your alley, since it has all the qualities that games like Dishonored had. But people didn't know that because the project kept the name of Prey despite having nothing to do with the FPS whose sequel this was supposed to be before Arkane were brought in and did their thing.

A solid grasp of core mechanics, alongside excellent world building and art direction make for a very enjoyable experience. The atmosphere is gripping, and the writing is at the usual high standards we come to expect from this studio.

A more in-depth video review can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjjZKbHHkvw
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Verfasst: 28.12.21 01:28
This is an interesting game. I haven't played Deus Ex or System Shock 2, but this is supposed to be like those. I think the science fiction setting is pretty interesting, and the introduction really grabs you. The cadence of finding loot, upgrading neuromods (abilities), using some ingenuity to defeat enemies and discover new locations or ways to access areas through your various abilities or weapons, while learning about interesting characters and encounters on the station via audio logs and emails is really nice, especially in the first half. The environmental story telling is excellent and adds a lot of definition to the world -- this is what kept me going in some ways. The main story, however, lags despite the awesome introduction, and you have lots of fetch quests as the main story is doled out to you very slowly. As a result, I think the game overstays its welcome massively in terms of its main story. There's also a lot of backtracking -- that's not so interesting to me, especially when there can be substantial time and obstacles (in the form of enemies) to go back to an area. Even the side quests, which are interesting in theory as an opportunity to learn more about the various characters in the world, became tedious and not worthwhile because of the backtracking and pointless tasks that are stacked together. In summary, there is a great introduction, good contours in the form of the world, art design, and environment, and a great sense of mystery about the events unfolding. The gameplay is basically pretty interesting and elaborate (I would not think of this as a FPS -- don't approach it that way). However, the rest of the game is a let down, and it is far too long for its own good. Still, as a whole, the game felt unique and special enough that I felt glad I played it.
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Verfasst: 27.12.21 10:01
A fantastic game and definitely not known enough as it should be. At least buy it when it's on sale because it's always 75% off.
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Verfasst: 30.12.21 05:11
this is arkane's masterpiece.

every time i play this game i discover something new, whether that be a new quest, a new way of opening a room, an entirely new room in general even.

the absolute freedom in the HUGE sandbox this game gives you is absolutely unparalleled.

the level of detail arkane put into every single little prop, every single decision you can make, every single ability coming together with every little detail in the environment comes together to create the best FPS sandbox ever created.

prey is up there with dishonored in terms of atmosphere, world building and characters. every background character in every audio log, every email and every dead body feels like they had a real life aboard talos I, and you're picking up the pieces of a once thriving, technologically incredible community that suffered a horrible fate.

the tech that went into creating this is still mind blowing to this day, this game has one of the coolest introductions i've ever seen, and those themes permeate through the rest of the game beautifully.

the combat has SO many different approaches and tactics, to the point where i don't think any two playthroughs will ever be the same.

all in all, an absolute masterpiece in interactivity, gameplay, storytelling and player choice.

arkane hits it out of the fucking park yet again.
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It should have been game of the year!
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ok I barely played this because i have no courage and it was scary so if anybody can give me tips on how to not be a coward that would be appreciated lmao
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Verfasst: 24.02.22 08:11
in 5 words:

Prey is an absolute masterpiece.

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in many words:

Prey emphasises heavily on game mechanics like sneaking, looting, exploring areas and stories likewise and a horror-ish atmosphere driven by its compelling main plotline.
If these things are what you're looking for in a game, don't hold yourself back because Prey absolutely will deliver!! ;)
However, players that find elements like the aforementioed annoying and tedious best set their sights somewhere else.

For me personally, playing PREY was an experience OUTSTANDING in 25yrs of pc-gaming, like the book or film so good you wish you could un-see/un-read it so you could see/read it again for the very first time.

-rewards the player for thinking outside the box
-bugs nonexistent/not worth mentioning
-high replayability through challenging achievements
-theres even a handful of mods out there

hope this was helpful!
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Imagine Bioshock on a space station but made by the stellar team behind Dishonored. Now go experience it for yourself!
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Verfasst: 17.03.22 12:30
Steam gifted me this as part of their summer saliens event and it was the best gift I've received so far

Also, Alex did nothing wrong
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Verfasst: 11.03.22 20:34
WOW, what an experience.
The game excells in it's ambiance, in making you want to know more about the world, Talos I (the space station where the game takes place) and it's inhabitants.
If you like games like Bioshock 1+2, System Shock, Deus Ex (the 1st one) - get this game.
Be advised - it IS a slow burner, but wholly worth it.
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This is one of the games ever made
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Wonderful game, lots of suspense
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---{ Graphics }---
☐ You forget what reality is
☑ Beautiful
☐ Good
☐ Decent
☐ Bad
☐ Don‘t look too long at it
☐ MS-DOS

---{ Gameplay }---
☑ Very good
☐ Good
☐ It's just gameplay
☐ Mehh
☐ Watch paint dry instead
☐ Just don't

---{ Audio }---
☐ Eargasm
☑ Very good
☐ Good
☐ Not too bad
☐ Bad
☐ I'm now deaf

---{ Audience }---
☐ Kids
☑ Teens
☑ Adults
☐ Grandma

---{ PC Requirements }---
☐ Check if you can run paint
☑ Potato
☐ Decent
☐ Fast
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer

---{ Difficulty }---
☐ Just press 'W'
☐ Easy
☐ Easy to learn / Hard to master
☑ Significant brain usage
☐ Difficult
☐ Dark Souls

---{ Grind }---
☐ Nothing to grind
☐ Only if u care about leaderboards/ranks
☑ Isn't necessary to progress
☐ Average grind level
☐ Too much grind
☐ You'll need a second life for grinding

---{ Story }---
☐ No Story
☐ Some lore
☐ Average
☐ Good
☑ Lovely
☐ It'll replace your life

---{ Game Time }---
☐ Long enough for a cup of coffee
☐ Short
☑ Average
☐ Long
☐ To infinity and beyond

---{ Price }---
☐ It's free!
☑ Worth the price
☐ If it's on sale
☐ If u have some spare money left
☐ Not recommended
☐ You could also just burn your money

---{ Bugs }---
☑ Never heard of
☐ Minor bugs
☐ Can get annoying
☐ ARK: Survival Evolved
☐ The game itself is a big terrarium for bugs

---{ ? / 10 }---
☐ 1
☐ 2
☐ 3
☐ 4
☐ 5
☐ 6
☐ 7
☐ 8
☐ 9
☑ 10
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As if Half-Life, Bioshock, and Dead Space had a baby, Prey (2017) is a frequently ingeniously made sci-fi RPG, where you start out weak and needing to hide, and end up a superhuman predator.

Stuffed with novel mechanics, top-tier sandbox level design, and a great sense of personality. One of my very favorite games.
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Verfasst: 05.04.22 05:54
I initially disliked the game due to the first portion requiring a lot of sneaking and playing more like a horror/survival game. Later on the game toned down the survival element and was much more enjoyable.

If you get discouraged by the start, I would highly suggest sticking it through.
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The true spiritual successor to System Shock 2.
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Verfasst: 23.04.22 19:52
Beautiful. I love this game. just like Prop Hunt
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Verfasst: 30.04.22 22:02
This game is an underrated gem, it is like Dead Space/Alien Isolation meets the Bioshock Franchise. I always play a blind playthrough on the Balanced/Normal/Average difficulty and go from there, and this game tested that resolve for me, but once you learn the basics, how to make the most of your surroundings and the types of enemies you face and when to fight or hide you learn fairly fast. There is also a morality meter throughout the game, but is not obvious at first, that makes some endings and objectives available/unavailable. Overall this title was and is an absolute win for me. One last thing to mention is that this game has a high replay value.
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Verfasst: 04.04.22 13:43
Good game for fun with many advanced game sense, though some sort of repetitive places , Just go one place to another to and lot of findings.
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Verfasst: 01.05.22 00:39
One of my favorite games of all time
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Release:14.06.2006 Genre: Ego-Shooter Entwickler: 2K Games Publisher: 3D Realms Engine: id Tech 4 Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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