Prey (Ps4) £9.99 prime / £11.98 @ Amazon
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Prey (Ps4) £9.99 prime / £11.98 @ Amazon

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Found 25th Nov
Prey is a first-person sci-fi action game from Arkane Studios, creators of the award-winning Dishonored series. In Prey, you are the first human enhanced with alien powers aboard the Talos I space station. Improvise and innovate as you fight your way through the alien infested station in your search for the truth Cosmonaut Shotgun Starter Pack Pre-order Bonus: Fans who pre-order Prey will receive the exclusive Cosmonaut Shotgun Pack. The pre-order bonus consists of Morgan Yu's family heirloom Margrave shotgun and tools to fight threats aboard Talos I including: three Neuromods players can spend to acquire new abilities, two Medkits, a Fabrication plan to create Shotgun Ammo, a starter kit for building tools and weapons, and a unique upgrade to help players preserve their limited resources

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Really underrated. A better Bioshock game than Bioshock infinite.
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Really underrated. A better Bioshock game than Bioshock infinite.

SDLiam19 m ago

Really underrated. A better Bioshock game than Bioshock infinite.


Completely agree, got a plat on this.. enjoyed every second of it!

Couldn't get Into it myself. Great price though for a newish game.

Xbox one?

I thought the demo was terrible, but £9.99 already?!

Finally bitten!

DexMorgan4 m ago

I thought the demo was terrible, but £9.99 already?!


So did I, turned out to be my personal GOTY by quite some margin.

Reached my £10 biting point. Ordered, thanks.

Bought! Surely anyone that’s interested will buy now! I’ll crack up if there’s anyone that’s saying “going to hold out till this hits £7.99”

kevcrawfy12 m ago

Bought! Surely anyone that’s interested will buy now! I’ll crack up if the …Bought! Surely anyone that’s interested will buy now! I’ll crack up if there’s anyone that’s saying “going to hold out till this hits £7.99”


I'll go one better and wait till it's free on gold/plus, so many other great games already unplayed

ValueForMoney18 m ago

So did I, turned out to be my personal GOTY by quite some margin.


I'd be tempted if it was this price on Xbox One, although I'd feel pretty stupid if I didn't enjoy it after not enjoying the demo!

Tenner non-prime is my tipping point

Was holding off as I was sceprical of the rapid price drops on this game but picked it up cheap and loving the game so much. Two of my favourite games ever, Dead Space and Bioshock, rolled into one.

cloysterpete12 m ago

I'll go one better and wait till it's free on gold/plus, so many other …I'll go one better and wait till it's free on gold/plus, so many other great games already unplayed



The only Pgame by these guys that's been on ps plus is Dishonored PS3 which was given when the PS4 release had been announced, so years after release. On top of being published by Bethesda, I don't think it'll be on it any time soon.

GOTY for me

Really didn't like the demo but my son got the game at launch and I ended loving it and getting my own copy - worst demo for a game ever though

Must resist. Already bought Nioh plus season pass and TEW2 and don't have enough time for the games I have....

OGNinjaDon1 h, 41 m ago

Finally bitten!


You won't regret it! I am playing this now and it's pretty intense.

If you buy a £30 Amazon gift voucher you will receive £6 free credit on top. I just used this to buy Prey and got it for £3.99. Good deal if you use Amazon regularly and don't mind buying the voucher to start with.

Waiting for drop to £5. That's my biting point

dan6664 h, 47 m ago

Couldn't get Into it myself. Great price though for a newish game.


I haven't played it. Is it not very good? I heard it was a technical mess, but hadn't heard the game was actually bad

kevcrawfy5 h, 52 m ago

Bought! Surely anyone that’s interested will buy now! I’ll crack up if the …Bought! Surely anyone that’s interested will buy now! I’ll crack up if there’s anyone that’s saying “going to hold out till this hits £7.99”


Think I’ll wait til it’s £8.99

Aquinus3 h, 41 m ago

If you buy a £30 Amazon gift voucher you will receive £6 free credit on t …If you buy a £30 Amazon gift voucher you will receive £6 free credit on top. I just used this to buy Prey and got it for £3.99. Good deal if you use Amazon regularly and don't mind buying the voucher to start with.


The £6 credit offer with Amazon is account specific so not available to everyone

I played the demo and really didn't enjoy it.

Although, a lot of people have said the actual game was really good, and the demo wasn't a good representation of it.

An can someone who's played both, and been disappointed by the demo but loved the game detail specifically on what ways the game was better/different?

Thanks in advance

It’s now £9.99 for everyone: amzn.to/2i6…XOo

Price: £15.95 FREE UK delivery.

Gutted, has this gone at 9.99 then? Thought about it for too long!

30fps first person shooter with low FOV ?

No thanks

Looks like it’s gone back up to £15 - £16 mark........missed it.

mrkhal1l19 h, 57 m ago

I played the demo and really didn't enjoy it. Although, a lot of people …I played the demo and really didn't enjoy it. Although, a lot of people have said the actual game was really good, and the demo wasn't a good representation of it.An can someone who's played both, and been disappointed by the demo but loved the game detail specifically on what ways the game was better/different?Thanks in advance



Well for a start the PS4 version had horrific input lag which they patched sometime after release (it's a ton better but not perfect, playable though). The game is essentially a mix of Dead Space and Bioshock or a modern take on System Shock.

I feel like the demo did a terrible job of highlighting the game's greatest feature: alternative routes.
There's one room in the demo that says 'find the key or climb through the vent' which is far too simple compared to the rest of the game.
In the full game almost every obstacle can be overcome by thinking and finding a different path. So for example say there's an office door that's locked with a hacking level of 4 (4 being the maximum) you could go on a hunt for the key instead. Go to the personnel records and you can find the tracking location of that person (or their corpse) and perhaps this will take you on a whole other journey. Or maybe you could use the glue gun to create a staircase for yourself to the roof, maybe there's a way in through there. Maybe you could go out of the airlock and back in through a different approach. Or best of all maybe you can find an opening in a window and fire a nerf bullet at the manual lock on the other side of the door.

That's what I loved about it. Rather than being 'follow waypoint arrow, get key, follow arrow, find next key, open door etc' it rewarded you for thinking on your feet.

ValueForMoney10 h, 39 m ago

Well for a start the PS4 version had horrific input lag which they patched …Well for a start the PS4 version had horrific input lag which they patched sometime after release (it's a ton better but not perfect, playable though). The game is essentially a mix of Dead Space and Bioshock or a modern take on System Shock.I feel like the demo did a terrible job of highlighting the game's greatest feature: alternative routes. There's one room in the demo that says 'find the key or climb through the vent' which is far too simple compared to the rest of the game. In the full game almost every obstacle can be overcome by thinking and finding a different path. So for example say there's an office door that's locked with a hacking level of 4 (4 being the maximum) you could go on a hunt for the key instead. Go to the personnel records and you can find the tracking location of that person (or their corpse) and perhaps this will take you on a whole other journey. Or maybe you could use the glue gun to create a staircase for yourself to the roof, maybe there's a way in through there. Maybe you could go out of the airlock and back in through a different approach. Or best of all maybe you can find an opening in a window and fire a nerf bullet at the manual lock on the other side of the door.That's what I loved about it. Rather than being 'follow waypoint arrow, get key, follow arrow, find next key, open door etc' it rewarded you for thinking on your feet.


Thanks for the detailed response.

I always appreciate good level design and therefore your explanation of the feature of user code seems enlightening.

Although, personally I still think I might skip it because I genuinely found dead space (or the first half hour that I played before I stopped) too scary for me to enjoy - I'm not a fan of horror at all.

Heck even Bioshock creeped me out too much that I never advanced fully despite two attempts. Although, that game still felt like a masterpiece and hence I'm definitely going to pickup the remastered trilogy and play through it in the near future.

Also I have arachnophobia, so I really didn't fancy the 4 legged morphing spider things from Prey.
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