Steam provides a little surprise

Subject: General Tech | November 30, 2006 - 01:22 PM |

The Tech Report noticed something interesting available via Steam this morning, Prey.  If you haven't picked this game up yet, you might find it pretty easy to get now.

"Prey will be available Thursday, November 30 on Steam for $49.95. Previous purchasers of the retail or

downloaded editions of Prey can activate a copy on Steam at no cost by using their existing product key.

Indeed, the publishers of Prey, the sci-fi first-person shooter that took over ten years to go from the drawing

board to store shelves, have hooked up with Valve to allow the game to be sold and distributed online through

Steam. Prey originally appeared on Triton, a rival online game distribution system. However, Triton's parent

company went out of business and the service disappeared in early October."

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