It's been a while since people have been asked to investigate an abandoned space ship or space station, and Morgan Yu's adventure goes delightfully pear-shaped.
It's not hard to see why Prey has gotten a pretty good rap since release. It harks back to one of the most beloved sci-fi thrillers of all time, the System Shock series, ditching the pseudo-spiritual inclinations of the original Prey for syringes in eyeballs and neuromods.
The game's well optimised as well - something PC fans don't expect at launch a lot these days - and the Mimics have been praised up hill and down dale for the thrill they add to proceedings. Having to worry about getting shanked by the nearby trash changes things a little, unsurprisingly.
Kirk found the environment was fun to explore, as did most Steam reviewers, and I'm cheekily impressed by the handling of the computers and menus in-game. It's got a level of class I wish, well, my phone or Windows 10 had.
How have you found Prey so far?