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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:37pm 01/02/11 | 0 Comments
Our friends over at GamePron, have pieced information together regarding I Am Alive, the survival title from Ubisoft and semi-Ubi celeb, Jade Raymond, which they point out is still due to release in 2011, but as a digital download for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade (no whisper of PC).

They also add that Ubisoft apparently doesn't "have much faith" in the game, which could be attributed to its many delays and an internal development shift that saw it taken out of Ubisoft Montreal over to Ubisoft Shanghai. The Pronners think this might be a smart move in giving the game some development woe mythos; leading toward a cultish following. Either way, it looks like all that E3 2009 pre-rendered video hype was just that.

More when we have it.



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