Prey starts off with a unique introduction to the main characters within the story. Tommy, the main character of which you play, is caught between a struggle of faith and reality. I won’t give much of the story line away, but it does tend to revolve around that one idea. The games graphics are impressive. Utilizing the Doom 3 engine, they reworked the innards to promote better graphical IQ and performance. The game’s sound measures up as well, with recordings from Judas Priest, Clutch, Soil and many others. A few negatives of the game include replay value. While the game does have an interesting storyline, I don’t see myself wanting to play through it again. The multiplayer makes up somewhat for the lack of replay value of the single player, but even then multiplay feels lackluster. Overall, if you’re looking for a game that will devour a few days of your life, or in a dire need to play a good storyline FPS, Prey is your game.