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



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Cast overview:
Jen / Radio Caller #2 (voice)
John William Galt ...
Lee Ernst ...
Tyne Turner ...
Sphere / Radio Caller #3 (voice)
Eleni Valasis ...
Elhuit (voice)
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)
Himself (voice)


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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11 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Even though Human Head had a pretty open canvas when starting development of Prey, there were a few elements from the original Prey design document they were not allowed to remove from the game. The game had to have a Native American who had been unhappy with his heritage as a protagonist. This person had to be abducted by aliens, and that protagonist had to use his heritage as a weapon against a technically superior alien species. Also, since portals had been such an important part of the original Prey, they also had to appear in the game. See more »


The Keeper: You will become like us. You will become... a God!
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Take Me Home
Performed by After Midnight Project
Written by Jason Evigan
Courtesy of Evigan Music (BMI) & Diversified Music Group (BMI)
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As many twists as a Wallwalk
4 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

The game is great, the story is great with twists i would never had expected had my friend not spoiled it for me.

The creative puzzles will have you confused to the max and the level design is surprisingly small but thanks to the portal technology and wall walks levels seem surprisingly bigger then they actually are.

The thing that surprised me the most was the long lasting storyline that kept going even when you thought i would end but a small downside is the Multiplayer.

The MP is good the weapons and maps are good it's just the fact that the amount of people playing is small and if someone lags everyone else does.

The Single player has a long lasting and lively story as well as inventive puzzles.

Nowadays you can pick it up cheap, i got my copy brand new for £20. I Say definitely rent it at least.

Graphics: 8 The graphics are good but some areas are a bit too shiny for me.

Sound: 9.5 The sounds are pretty good and the voice acting is great.

Story: 10 Play it yourself, you'll understand.

Weaponry: 6 There aren't many weapons but they're cool.

MP: 6.5 Could be better

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