Prey – Original Game Soundtrack – “Mind Game”

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Song Name: “Mind Game”
Composed by Raphael Colantonio, production and electronics by Matt Piersal
Album: Prey Original Game Soundtrack

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There’s a decidedly more upbeat tune that plays from the alarm clock in the very beginning of the game, waking Morgan Yu up for a first day on the job at TranStar. “Mind Game” is fresh and hopeful, but of the slight hint of uneasiness to it is enough to make you wonder if it’s foreshadowing something sinister. This catchy synthwave jam just happens to be composed by Audio Director, Matt Piersall and Raphael Colantonio, Arkane and Prey’s Creative Director.

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27 comments

  1. Merc at Arms 12 July, 2020 at 03:08 Reply

    Anyone manage to find a piano tutorial of this?
    I know it’s impossible to do a pure conversion but I’d love to play a rendition of this

  2. DirtyWaterzOso 12 July, 2020 at 03:08 Reply

    I just beat Prey and it's hands down one of my favorite games I've played in a long time i hope they make a sequel.

  3. Miller Riddell 12 July, 2020 at 03:08 Reply

    The ending is what really sold me on this game. I loved it before with the plausible aliens, great soundtrack, awesome setting & atmosphere, fun gameplay etc, but the ending propelled it into my favorites.

    *Spoilers

    The fact that you were a Typhon human hybrid opens a lot of doors for continuations. Imagine playing as a super-human on a Typhon infested earth.

    Even if they don't have a sequel like that the ending felt pretty hopeful with the whole "Bridge between species" thing.

    At First the simulation seemed to discredit the story, making it feel kinda disappointing, except the fact that the Talos 1 incident actually happened and the simulation was based off of it.

    So the twist didn't ruin the story's significance, but added to it with idea of a Typhon that was being tested for empathy in a way that made sense.

    Not to mention the fact that because the character you played as, wasn't really Morgan Yu, and was silent the while game, it really felt like the characters were analyzing YOU the player, and that made your choices feel much more important.

  4. WeirdWolves [Raphael Colantonio] 12 July, 2020 at 03:08 Reply

    Hello everyone. I'm the composer of this song (and Matt Piersall is the producer). I would love if you guys would follow us on Spotify for more similar songs. My new artist name (and band) is called WeirdWolves
    https://open.spotify.com/artist/17kzjvf7tIJ2tAAclX5FAm?si=CR-MfRZYT1OrOTByDePJUQ

  5. Brian Wiremu Kepa 12 July, 2020 at 03:08 Reply

    I just finish game good game I loved it like bioshock and dead space with a little hplovecraft

  6. Game Shark 12 July, 2020 at 03:08 Reply

    This song gave me chills at the end of the game! Thank you for you part in contributing to a great experience in this life!

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