Chris: First of all, you've got to pay close attention to your surroundings. In Prey, enemies can be on the wall, on the ceiling, or on the floor.
GR: Floor? Whatever that means in your crazily disorienting game...
Chris: Make sure you look around - that means up and down. See the power-ups, ammo and weapons? That's a sure sign where gravity is oriented. Well, at least for the moment...
GR: Yeah, we've had the rug pulled out from under us with those gravity switches more times than we can count.
Chris: Well, just remember in the levels with the gravity shoot switches, if someone changes the gravity on you, they are undoubtedly very close. Similarly, use the switches to your advantage to disorient enemies.
GR: Once we got the hang of those levels, even sudden swaps didn't seem so bad.
Chris: Similarly, make use of the gravity and wall walking in Prey. If you're a stealthy deathmatch player, you can find some decent places to hide up on the ceilings and walls.
GR: You mean "camping"?
Chris: It's a legitimate strategy.
GR: We most definitely just want to hide sometimes, but mostly just to get away from those crazy-good Spirit Walkers.