Prey (Xbox 360) £4.99 delivered @ Gameplay + GAME
Prey (Xbox 360) £4.99 delivered @ Gameplay + GAME

Prey (Xbox 360) £4.99 delivered @ Gameplay + GAME

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In Prey, gamers enter an unpredictable world where nothing can be taken for granted. Most of the game takes place within a living ship, a giant entity that can sense and react to Tommy's presence.

Prey makes use of Joseph's Campbell's renowned story structure, "The Hero's Journey," for guiding the main character arc. Campbell's extensive work on mythological story progression was made famous when George Lucas used it for Luke Skywalker's story arc in the original Star Wars.

Prey tells the story of Tommy, a Cherokee garage mechanic stuck on a reservation going nowhere. His life changes when an otherworldly crisis forces him to awaken spiritual powers from his long-forgotten birthright. Abducted along with his people to a menacing mothership orbiting Earth, he sets out to save himself and his girlfriend and eventually his planet.

Prey is serious, dark story, based on authentic Cherokee mythology. Themes of sacrifice, love and responsibility are explored and the story dives into emotional territory not yet explored by similar games.

Built on an enhanced Doom 3 engine, the most impressive 3D engine used in a released game.
Portal technology adds a new dimension to gameplay, allowing enemies to appear out of thin air and create new and completely original puzzles and gameplay styles.Several never-before-seen gameplay elements such as Spirit Walking, Wall Walking, and Deathwalk.
Highly organic, living environment that itself can attack Tommy.
A deep, emotional story of love and sacrifice.
Tommy has a sidekick, a spiritual hawk that can help him fight enemies and decipher the alien language of the living ship.
Multiplayer game support that takes advantage of the unique gameplay styles in Prey,


would be a good game if you could actually die. When you get low on energy you go to a spirit word to recover and then back from where you left off.

There is an achievement for completing the game twice, I'm an achievement hunter but this is one I will never be attempting.

They should pay you to play this, I'm not sure I would even look at the sequel when it comes out this year.

Still worth looking around Game stores if you don't mind buying this preowned for 98p!

I hated this game, sorry, wouldn't even pay a £1, try the demo first if you can. Levels are super repetitive and quite often you find yourself not knowing what you have to do next. Pointless experience in my opinion.

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