Cherokee Tommy (Domassi) must rescue his girlfriend and grandfather from the clutches of an Alien spaceship orbiting earth.

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Tommy Hawk / Hiders #1 / Abducted #2 / Radio Caller #1 (voice)
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Jen / Radio Caller #2 (voice)
John William Galt ...
Grandfather Enisi / Dalton / Abducted #1 (voice)
Lee Ernst ...
The Keeper / Chuck / Abducted #3 / Radio Caller #4 (voice)
Tyne Turner ...
Sphere / Radio Caller #3 (voice)
Eleni Valasis ...
Elhuit (voice)
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Hiders #2, Hunters #2, Radio Caller #6 (voice)
Ted Halsted ...
Hunters #1 (voice)
Jason L. Blair ...
Panicked Airline Pilot (voice)
Timothy S. Gerritsen ...
Radio Caller #5 (voice)
Terry White ...
News Radio Announcer (voice)
C.J. Schellbach ...
Additional Female Voices (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Tommy (Domassi) is a Cherokee Indian and a mechanic by profession living on a reservation and has little faith in his culture on Indian past. His world comes to a halt when he and his people are abducted to a menacing Alien mothership orbiting Earth. With the help of his Grandfather, Tommy taps his latent Cherokee spiritual powers to save himself, his girlfriend, and the planet. Written by me

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Action | Horror | Sci-Fi

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11 July 2006 (USA)  »

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In the original design document of the game before the project restart, the character of Tommy was originally Talon Brave. Although the main character's name was changed after the restart, the name "Talon" was moved to be the name of Tommy's spirit hawk. This name was not accidental, it was a nod to the old version of the project. See more »

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The Keeper: You will become like us. You will become... a God!
Tommy Hawk: I came here only to kill you!
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Featured in Screenwipe: Episode #3.2 (2007) See more »

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Human Resources
by The Countdown
Album: Scratch and Sniff
Copyright: 2004 Invisible Records
Both songs written by The Countdown
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Prey to God that they make a sequel!
24 December 2009 | by (21 Stalker St, Pedo Way) – See all my reviews

When I first heard that Prey was coming out for the PC, I expected it to be another normal and boring PC game. It was when I heard that IGN gave Prey a good review along with various other sites, I decided to try it out. I bought Prey off Ebay for 5.00 pounds and When I played it the first thing I realized was the beautiful and realistic graphics. I eagerly jumped into playing Prey and was completely astounded to what I thought would be a sh*t game. You control a Cherokee Indian whose life is a bummer. His girlfriend thinks that Tommy Dommasi is difficult and he doesn't get along with his grandfather because he doesn't believe all that spiritual and superstitious stuff. The gunplay is excellent and the guns themselves are different because they are alive and very different to earthly guns, mainly because he is aboard a alien spaceship. The gore is overly disgusting and disturbing, all the way through the game you will see blood, guts, and livers. The gore is very important to the game because without it the atmosphere will feel dull and pedantic.

After his girlfriend and grandfather get kidnapped by an alien spaceship, Tommy tries to release them from the clutches of evil. As the game progresses onward, you realize it isn't that easy. The ship is controlled by a power hungry leader who steals people from different planets for what they call "Harvesting", meaning to eat. Along the way you earn a power called spirit walking, you leave your body in a state of meditation while you do what you have to do with your spirit, and you shoot with guns that will blow your mind.

The worst thing about this game is the easiness of it. It will take you about 5 or 7 hours to finish the game. The portals are so important in this game and Prey was the first game ever to have portals in it. Defying gravity was one of the fun things in this game but it can get weird sometimes because you have to shoot in a way which would make your brain dizzy and fuzzy. Prey is enjoyable and somewhat stupid because when the enemy is about to throw a grenade they call out, "Grenade" and then you can easily avoid it. Prey should be in every gamers collection and have a wonderful time playing. Happy Gaming!


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