You wake up in an apartment with a view over a big city and giant skyscrapers. Your mission will be to take your uniform straight away and take you to the roof of the building, from there to fly a helicopter to another skyscraper and undergo tests.
The researchers are on the other side of the window and they provide directives through a microphone, you are asked to melt into the room and you hide behind the chair. They become confused about your actions and you also overcome the tests you perform. How to do otherwise?
The leader of the research team orders coffee and after a while gets a mug of one of its subjects. Before you can say potatoes, the coffee mug has turned into a creature that has four legs and seems to consist of rubber. As it overcomes the leader of the team, it will be black for you and you wake up in the apartment again where you have just taken on the uniform.
Did everything happen or was it just a dream? You dress the uniform and examine the apartment before you decide to open the door to the corridor where it was previously lit and a working janitor, now dark and a lifeless employee.
The goosebumps shine and a wrench reveals itself as you drive directly to you. It may be needed ...
You will soon get in touch with an unknown voice who wants to assist you in your search for answers and realize soon that it is a tough task that lies ahead of you.
Prey is an adventure that can not be avoided at the beginning. You quickly get caught in the flipped intro, which actually becomes even more screwed when you leave the apartment for the second time. In the beginning, the paranoia is mixed with horror that goes on the highway in my nerves. The thoughts are many about whether to act against other gadgets in your vicinity, can a coffee mug be so dangerous maybe a chair can also?
Can you trust the crew on board? Is it worth killing the enemy with ammunition that is difficult to get hold of or do I manage with the Gloo cannon to attach this to the ground and then hit the wrench?
The choices you have for your upgrades, mission and enemy meetings are all incredibly many. You can choose to sneak into an enemy and this takes more damage or you can throw a grenade that recovers all material (and enemy) in its blast radius. You can choose to develop skills that the enemy has or choose the human way and develop your machine-engineered robot tower (which you can bring and place wherever you want in the area you are in) to assist you in your war against evil. In addition, some weapons are better against any enemies than they are against others, and you will learn how to find out where you find the weaknesses and strengths of the enemy, which in turn leads to more technology for you to develop.
To develop your skills, there is a modification that includes a needle (as a single stone) and this for you to one eye, voila, you've got a neuromodus score that you can then develop in your skill tree to get what you like. Keep in mind, everything will not be upgraded to choose carefully.
Important parts of Prey are the recycling, yes you are reading correctly. Almost everything can be recycled in Prey and you do either with the above mentioned grenade or at a recycling station. These recycled resources are used to create products in a station most often located next to the recycling station.
There you can create weapons, ammunition or even a neuromodule later in the game. To create these, a blueprint (blueprint) is required to be found in the space station. This system works very well and it is fun to recycle crap that you picked up. Here I can give you a tip, be sure to upgrade your inventory so that you can carry more shit that you can recycle later and create new material that is useful.
Through your skills tree, you will find out (and through the game) that you can get into locked rooms in different ways. You can develop hacking that allows you to hack locked doors with code, you can develop a skill that allows you to lift heavy things that block passages; you can even develop skills later in the game that make you a coffee mug and can take Basically, anywhere, if there is a small hole (as it usually does).
You will also need to get a product that allows you to navigate outside the space station and this is both exciting and fun! There is a lot of loot! :)
Some short information about what to expect in weapons or the like, all of which can be upgraded apart from the wrench (sadface) and grenades (note, do not mention all because of spoiler):
EMP pulse branched
Recycler charge (recycled grain)
Hope my review if the game has given you a better picture of the game. Also, add that you can choose to be a woman or male as a protagonist and that the game may be a bit difficult at first but learning how to handle the enemies is easier the more experience you get.
Keep calm and go through the rooms calmly and methodically, no stress will pay off, better fly and return later. Planning ahead is a good tactic.