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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:05pm 19/03/08 | 4 Comments
Radar Group have officially revealed what we already knew would happen one day. Prey 2 is coming to both PC and the Xbox 360 via an as yet unannounced developer, however, some concept art did find its way into the game's unveiling (pictured). A number of sites have been badgering Radar Group to find out just what to expect with the title; revelations of which include an expanded focus on the portal and gravity elements of the first (which I thought were good, but could have been used a bit more creatively), as well as a deeper, even more engaging storyline.

From the official site:
The follow up to 2006's action game of the year, reprise your role as Tommy, the Cherokee warrior who saved Earth from alien invasion in Prey. This time, abandoned and framed for the disappearance of his family, Tommy escapes an Earth that no longer wants him for a future that cannot survive without him. Building on the mind-bending portal and gravity-defying gameplay of the original with several innovative new twists, Prey 2 promises to once again take players into a compelling science-fiction world with breathtaking visuals and adrenaline-pumping action gameplay.
Sounds like a hoot. I really enjoyed the first one, here's hoping development is handed to a worthy team and Prey 2 is more than worth the wait.

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Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:26pm 19/3/08
I liked his on-the-fly narrative - so sick of playing voiceless characters in the FPS world
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