8:13 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Applelinks recently posted a review of Prey, a first person shooter which offers a few new twists on familiar game mechanics with the introduction of wall-walking, spirit-walking, and gravity-flipping. Applelinks gave the game a score of 4 out of 5.
From the review:
But, you're stuck with him, so soldier on. You will be rewarded. The first reward is the ability to wall walk. Although it's confined to specific walkways throughout the game, I'll admit that it's pretty cool to just run up walls and across the ceilings. Disorienting, too, which the developers used wisely. There'll be times when you're on the ceiling, fighting enemies below you. It's even better when they're up above, as they come crashing down after you kill them. Wall walking is the highlight of the multiplayer game, really, certainly bringing a much needed fresh perspective to it.To read the rest of the review head over to the site below.
There are also areas in the game where, by shooting specific targets, you flip gravity so that you can run across what was the ceiling or the wall. Often, this is used as the only way to get from point A to point B, so when you seem hopelessly trapped, you need only look up to find your way out.
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