X360 Monday, April 24, 2006 | 7:12 PM

Prey trailer

Prey trailer

Human Head Studios has released a four minute long trailer for Prey, titled "The Super trailer". The game can be super in many ways, but one thing is for certain: it's super-delayed, but also super-revolutionary and super-cool. Seems like 2K Games will have at least two smash hits this year.


Super trailer
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Commented on 2006-04-24 19:57:21
I like where they are going with this title, but I'm growing a little old of the dark corridor like ambiance of these Doom look alikes. Pour some some sun light on things a bit and I'll probably give it a chance. And I'm not talking about the sun light that looks like it's 5:oo in the evening. Another overused light source. Still the game is beautiful.
Commented on 2006-04-24 20:09:05
Very nice, the portals are mindblowing! I loved the crate tumbling over to reveal a portal with an enemy on the other side. I think that alone will make it more challenging than the run 'n' gun gameplay of Doom 3 or Quake 4.
Commented on 2006-04-24 20:28:51 In reply to omegaheat
Posted by omegaheat
I like where they are going with this title, but I'm growing a little old of the dark corridor like ambiance of these Doom look alikes. Pour some some sun light on things a bit and I'll probably give it a chance. And I'm not talking about the sun light that looks like it's 5:oo in the evening. Another overused light source. Still the game is beautiful.
Having played a bit of this, I thought the lighting was better than Doom. It's not as dark as the trailer makes out for the most part. :)
Commented on 2006-04-24 20:29:56
"super-revolutionary"--Come on, please. Super cool, yes, revolutionary? In what way exactly, I'm yet to see a revolutionary fps for a long time. Perhaps you can tell me what's so revolutionary about it.
Commented on 2006-04-24 20:34:51 In reply to LEBATO
Posted by LEBATO
"super-revolutionary"--Come on, please. Super cool, yes, revolutionary? In what way exactly, I'm yet to see a revolutionary fps for a long time. Perhaps you can tell me what's so revolutionary about it.
Seriously, compared to todays games, any FPS without transformed humans and aliens is revolutionary. But, I was pointing towards the physics-changing-facts, together with the portals. It does something that is really big, for any genre. The FPS genre really needs this.
Commented on 2006-04-24 20:50:06
I have been looking forward to this game since I heard about it last May. It's also a modified engine of the Doom 3 engine, I hope they modified it for the better (poor Quake IV has tainted my 360)
Commented on 2006-04-24 21:05:23
I must admit that there's alot of shit going on in that vid as far as physics. If it uses the power of the 360 properly, I'll be impressed. Frame rate issues will be no acception.
Commented on 2006-04-24 21:07:27
Im tired of watching trailers now for these games , i want to be playing them damn it...
Commented on 2006-04-24 21:45:41 In reply to LEBATO
Posted by LEBATO
"super-revolutionary"--Come on, please. Super cool, yes, revolutionary? In what way exactly, I'm yet to see a revolutionary fps for a long time. Perhaps you can tell me what's so revolutionary about it.
Walking on walls; Small spheroid planets you can walk around; portals; etc... evolution would be a better word, but since a game like Halo 2 is an evolution of Halo 1, even though they basically are the same with small upgrades, a FPS that adds new dynamics to the genre could be called revolutionary.

Little strong for my taste... but what I said the other day stands IMO. The game has some really nice gameplay mechanics and has taken the title in a direction that actually makes sense, while adding to it and assimulating a number of features and knitting them into a traditional FPS in a way that seems fresh and interesting.
Commented on 2006-04-24 22:09:27
IM sold
Commented on 2006-04-24 22:20:07
Looks great...back on my list.
Commented on 2006-04-24 22:37:35
Nice Blim you're the man! Get us some H3 clips and i will give you my first born :-)
Commented on 2006-04-24 22:48:08
I'm also getting tired of these "Doom enviroments", although there does seem to be more variation in the enviroments in this game.
I like how it starts, in that pub (or whatever), but then that typical Doom enviroment kicks in again, aargh!
Commented on 2006-04-24 22:59:39
Thanks for the trailer :D
Commented on 2006-04-25 00:19:21
Thanks for the high res trailer BlimBlim.

Wow this is the best use of the Doom 3 engine I've seen. This game is a must have.
Commented on 2006-04-25 01:51:57
Certainly appears to be improving and wow what an epic trailer, looking good so i expect it'll be playable at E3.
Commented on 2006-04-25 04:57:24
I REALLY liked the design of the alien ship/creature they showed in the last scene next to Earth. If this game can manage to keep that epic feel, and has a healthy amount of wide open spaces (wich may be hard for the engine), than I'm sold.
Commented on 2006-04-25 11:02:55
Exciting. Prey simply rocks. Hopefully, shooting will be as fun as wall walking and all the other new stuff.
Commented on 2006-04-26 21:01:38 In reply to bez03
Posted by bez03
Im sold
lol, i was sold on this game way back last july.

To me, this game has always looked great, and has enough cool features for AT LEAST two total play throughs.
Commented on 2006-04-27 20:13:19 In reply to omegaheat
Posted by omegaheat
I like where they are going with this title, but I'm growing a little old of the dark corridor like ambiance of these Doom look alikes. Pour some some sun light on things a bit and I'll probably give it a chance. And I'm not talking about the sun light that looks like it's 5:oo in the evening. Another overused light source. Still the game is beautiful.
Barely based on Doom 3 codebase, Human Head has written a lot from the ground-up. Just judging it by the derived engine is not right :)

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