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Prey is a first-person sci-fi action game from award-winning Arkane Studios. Arkane reimagines this franchise from the ground up, with an added psychological twist. Prey Digital Deluxe includes Prey, Prey: Mooncrash DLC, and the free Mooncrash update, Prey: Typhon Hunter.

Prey
In Prey, you are the subject of an experiment but things have gone terribly wrong. Your ability to survive a hostile alien onslaught will depend on your wits, weapons, and newfound abilities.

Prey: Mooncrash
Fight overwhelming odds to escape a secret TranStar moon base where the enemies you encounter, the hazards you face, the goals you complete, and the loot you collect are different each time you play. With changing environments as dangerous as they are dynamic, the Mooncrash campaign for Prey will offer a fun, infinitely replayable challenge.

Prey: Typhon Hunter
An online multiplayer update, is a lethal game of hide-and-seek. Also included is TranStar VR- An immersive single player VR-only campaign.
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One of the most underrated games on ps4
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One of the most underrated games on ps4
I was very disappointed in this game... In most games, I will try to complete all side quests, but with this, it just felt like such a slow story, I just wanted to get to the end. I haven't even gone back for the Mooncrash DLC...
NeoDoug120/12/2019 11:55

I was very disappointed in this game... In most games, I will try to …I was very disappointed in this game... In most games, I will try to complete all side quests, but with this, it just felt like such a slow story, I just wanted to get to the end. I haven't even gone back for the Mooncrash DLC...


But you liked it enough to finish it?
mitch.goodall20/12/2019 11:55

One of the most underrated games on ps4


Absolutely, it's criminal how overlooked it is.

If people are put off by the slow start then stick with it, it ramps up continuously until it's finished.

Brilliant soundtrack too.
If I'd known how good it was I'd have done it sooner. Gonna move onto their Dishonored games after Xmas.
NeoDoug120/12/2019 11:55

I was very disappointed in this game... In most games, I will try to …I was very disappointed in this game... In most games, I will try to complete all side quests, but with this, it just felt like such a slow story, I just wanted to get to the end. I haven't even gone back for the Mooncrash DLC...


Fully agree with this; it was a dull, boring slog and I'm sure I'll be attacked en masse by what seems to be a very defensive fan base, but I just can't recommend it at all - it's a poor mans Bioshock without the character, the charm, the enemy variety.
bradleymsmith20/12/2019 12:27

Fully agree with this; it was a dull, boring slog and I'm sure I'll be …Fully agree with this; it was a dull, boring slog and I'm sure I'll be attacked en masse by what seems to be a very defensive fan base, but I just can't recommend it at all - it's a poor mans Bioshock without the character, the charm, the enemy variety.


Doing things like stating youll be attacked by a defensive fanbase is exactly the kind of dumb statement that will get you attacked, as you are casually throwing out the jabs first.

Aside, excellent game and one of my faves of the console generation. Loadtimes can be long but really good version of the game too.
One can prey they make a sequel
cannibalwombat20/12/2019 12:07

But you liked it enough to finish it?


Prey is not a particularly long game and people often feel invested in finishing a game even when it has disappointed them. Surely you've played a game or watched a film or a series or read a book where you got partway in and had, at best, lukewarm feelings about it but you still persevered to the end out of obligation or even a sense of curiosity/ interest in seeing the ending? Personally I'm partway through doing that right now with RDR2 which, to me, felt worse than its predecessor in many regards however I'm still getting some enjoyment out of it in spite of the many issues I have and I do still want to see how the story ends.

Also the other side of the coin is that people frequently respond with "how do you know you don't like it if you didn't finish it" or "it really gets better x hours in, you should keep playing when people say they didn't like a game so they stopped playing it. Not saying you necessarily do that but my personal experience is that there are a lot of people who criticise other people for not liking something they liked based on their playtime and it's rarely a good use of time for anyone involved.
Edited by: "Battenberg" 20th Dec 2019
Battenberg20/12/2019 14:00

Prey is not a particularly long game and people often feel invested in …Prey is not a particularly long game and people often feel invested in finishing a game even when it has disappointed them. Surely you've played a game or watched a film or a series or read a book where you got partway in and had, at best, lukewarm feelings about it but you still persevered to the end out of obligation or even a sense of curiosity/ interest in seeing the ending? Personally I'm partway through doing that right now with RDR2 which, to me, felt worse than its predecessor in many regards however I'm still getting some enjoyment out of it in spite of the many issues I have and I do still want to see how the story ends.Also the other side of the coin is that people frequently respond with "how do you know you don't like it if you didn't finish it" or "it really gets better x hours in, you should keep playing when people say they didn't like a game so they stopped playing it. Not saying you necessarily do that but my personal experience is that there are a lot of people who criticise other people for not liking something they liked based on their playtime and it's rarely a good use of time for anyone involved.


I completed watchdogs 2 and hated every minute of it
Battenberg20/12/2019 14:00

Prey is not a particularly long game and people often feel invested in …Prey is not a particularly long game and people often feel invested in finishing a game even when it has disappointed them. Surely you've played a game or watched a film or a series or read a book where you got partway in and had, at best, lukewarm feelings about it but you still persevered to the end out of obligation or even a sense of curiosity/ interest in seeing the ending? Personally I'm partway through doing that right now with RDR2 which, to me, felt worse than its predecessor in many regards however I'm still getting some enjoyment out of it in spite of the many issues I have and I do still want to see how the story ends.Also the other side of the coin is that people frequently respond with "how do you know you don't like it if you didn't finish it" or "it really gets better x hours in, you should keep playing when people say they didn't like a game so they stopped playing it. Not saying you necessarily do that but my personal experience is that there are a lot of people who criticise other people for not liking something they liked based on their playtime and it's rarely a good use of time for anyone involved.


Sshhh, stop exposing my blinkered championing of this game! It needs all the help it can get or we'll never get a sequel!

I totally get what you're saying and yes I've done the same many times. Most recent and egregious example would be Gears 4. I actually hated that game. It's not terrible (mediocre at worst), but I hated it because its failure to do anything new disappointed me so much. I still felt obliged to finish it. That's a 10h a corridor shooter though; I don't think I could finish a big RPG for example if I wasn't enjoying it. I didn't finish FFXV, Dragon's Dogma, Sleeping Dogs, Wasteland 2 and probably several others I can't remember. I would actually disagree with your suggestion that Prey isn't particularly long. The all-styles HLTB average for Prey is 26h, which is no small time investment. It certainly took me about 40h, but I was taking my time, soaking in the atmosphere, trying to do everything I could and just generally dicking around with the gloo gun (which, by the way, is one of the coolest and most original weapons I've used in a long time).

Anyone can dislike any game for whatever reason they want, most of the time I couldn't give a toss. I will always try to promote and defend this particular game though, because its sales performance just didn't reflect my view of its quality.

Opinions... etc.
cannibalwombat20/12/2019 15:01

Sshhh, stop exposing my blinkered championing of this game! It needs all …Sshhh, stop exposing my blinkered championing of this game! It needs all the help it can get or we'll never get a sequel!I totally get what you're saying and yes I've done the same many times. Most recent and egregious example would be Gears 4. I actually hated that game. It's not terrible (mediocre at worst), but I hated it because its failure to do anything new disappointed me so much. I still felt obliged to finish it. That's a 10h a corridor shooter though; I don't think I could finish a big RPG for example if I wasn't enjoying it. I didn't finish FFXV, Dragon's Dogma, Sleeping Dogs, Wasteland 2 and probably several others I can't remember. I would actually disagree with your suggestion that Prey isn't particularly long. The all-styles HLTB average for Prey is 26h, which is no small time investment. It certainly took me about 40h, but I was taking my time, soaking in the atmosphere, trying to do everything I could and just generally dicking around with the gloo gun (which, by the way, is one of the coolest and most original weapons I've used in a long time).Anyone can dislike any game for whatever reason they want, most of the time I couldn't give a toss. I will always try to promote and defend this particular game though, because its sales performance just didn't reflect my view of its quality. Opinions... etc.


Oh I'd absolutely agree on RPGs - they're far too involved an experience and far too long to go on with if you're not enjoying it. That said offhand I can't think of any I've had that experience; closest I've got is Divinity: Original Sin but that was down to playing with multiple people multiple times and then not being able to continue with it because we were all too busy. Now that I'm thinking about it there's actually been several games I have enjoyed but didn't finish, at least as many as the other way round (usually down to either a gamebreaking bug or getting distracted by some other game and forgetting to go back).

HLTB has the main story at 16 hours, I figured if you're in the mindset of not massively enjoying it but wanting to finish it that would probably be closer to how long it takes as you ignore all the optional stuff. I get what you mean though, I had that exact same feeling very strongly for Gitaroo Man. To this day I still lament that it didn't sell well enough to get sequels.
cannibalwombat20/12/2019 12:07

But you liked it enough to finish it?


Honestly, I just wanted to see how the story finished... Don't get me wrong, it wasn't unplayably bad - it just wasn't that engaging...
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