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 May 12, 2005 - 10:30 AM - by Michael
* Prey Q&A on Gamespot

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Gamespot's got a Q&A on the finally revealed PREY", from 3DRealms.

They interviewed three bigwigs on the title:

Prey's appeal was based on leading-edge technology, a strong, unique character-based story, and unique gameplay hooks. Over the years since Prey's original conception, there's not been a game that's stolen Prey's original thunder. So the door was wide open for us to revive the project.

Also, while the original ideas for Prey were mostly solid, Human Head and we have refined and improved most aspects of the game, and we've cut out some elements that weren't as strong. In effect, the concept, gameplay hooks, and story have benefited from years of consideration, giving the game a foundation that most projects simply cannot match.
It looks to be shaping up to be a nice game... and will probably be delivered before Duke Nukem Forever. :(
 

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