I Am Alive Review: An Apocalyptic World Full of Unrealized Ambition
Jeremy Sturgill, Game Informer
26 May 2013
Summary: You are alone in world that is no longer fit for the living. However, despite all that is against you, you are alive. After a one year trek, you find yourself in Haventon, the hometown of your estranged wife and your daughter. The year following the Event, a series of cataclysmic earthquakes, has been a tough one. With the infrastructure of modern society in shambles, the conveniences of life have been replaced by with an everyday struggle.
Summary: This game is actually good. The graphics aren't THAT bad as most of the people are saying. The intimidation combat system is great and it invovoles strategy. This game is a great challenge because bullets and food are limited. The way the enviroment is designed is interesting. The "idea" of the story is interesting. But only 5 hours? A bit disappointing. But the price tag is really good (20$). Graphics can be better and a longer gameplay will make it better.
Summary: I loved playing this survival game (no horror, just survival). I loved the scarcity of supplies, weapons and ammo. I loved being able to kill the leader in a pack of enemies and then intimidate the weaker ones to surrender. I loved getting stuck facing off against 3-5 enemies with only one bullet in my gun and having to think fast on my feet and then SURVIVING.
Summary: best game ever i found it so cool i thought it be like jumping on building crawling etc bout find out u can help people threaten people kill em slash em etc wish it was not downloadable game but disc alone
Summary: This game is just plain fun. Its strategy mixed with a little bit of uncertaintity as to whats around the next corner. I Am Alive is a very solid title out of Ubisoftt Shanghi well worth the $15 price tag. If youve yet to play, I recommend picking it up ASAP!
Summary: Graphics: There is no excuse why a game in 2012 on the PS3 should look like that, overall extremely yesterday and then there's some sort of filter over the screen where you can guess what it's trying to do, but it just looks bad. The way the game keeps a short draw distance looks amateurish as well, but the fact it has a short draw distance works in favour of it, both because the game would probably look even more ugly could you see further and because it helps set a...
Summary: While "I Am Alive" has some very real and frustrating technical problems, gamers in search of something unique, compelling, and engaging deserve to give this one a try. Just prepare yourself for a few moments of frustration and wishing they'd just given the game a little... more... polish. First the bad news, the game really does have clumsy and frustrating controls.
Summary: I Am Alive is a digital game, and for this to give you a small discount. At the outset we notice something, the game is simply ugly, is not about graphics, but beauty, and I Am Alive has none. Then there is the Stamina system, which becomes annoying over time, in scalding the minimum error or delay, leads us to fail the next resting point and the stamina runs out.
Summary: I have been playing Skyrim and nothing else since December so I decided to give this a go (because it is a download I didn't have to take my Skyrim disc out of my PS3). I think that I needed this game. The graphics are a bit rubbish but only because they have a lot to live up to. I really enjoyed the sense of urgency you get when your stamina depletes while climbing or running through the dust covered streets.