Ubisoft's heavily delayed but ever-intriguing I Am Alive
, which it was revealed a little while ago would in fact be dropping as a digital download for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade, will actually be arriving very soon (US Winter).
In honour of this triumphant crawl back from the brink, developer Ubisoft Shanghai has released a batch of new screens for the game, showing its many shades of... well, grey.
It is a disaster-based game though, so there's context to the hue regardless. For a better look at the new screens, click the thumbnails below, and stay tuned for more details on the game as they become available closer to its release.
Posted 11:35am 24/11/11
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Posted 02:27pm 24/11/11
Oh well, when your bleak...ya bleak
Posted 07:05pm 24/11/11
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Posted 02:27pm 25/11/11
Valve get it.
Posted 03:19pm 25/11/11
I'm courious. Based on the plot, how would you have liked the envionments to look?
Posted 04:03pm 25/11/11
WoW style happy fun land.
Edit: Just wanted to also implant that i'm totally against companies cheaping out on a product by releasing console only ports. I hope in the long term one of them wakes up to the fact it diminishes brand value.
Exposure is worth plenty, and frankly making a small game smaller is only going to keep their brand small. Do you think BF3 or MW3 sold as many as it has if it wasn't pirated a million times on the way to being giant? Many players might have missed it the first couple of times around, but how many people pirated a game in the past and was impressed enough to buy it after essentially demo'ing it, or buying the next release?
CoD started as basically nothing much bigger than a paid-for mod of q3 engine iirc.
Posted 04:30pm 25/11/11
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Posted 05:01pm 25/11/11
Pretty sure that means it's utter s***.
Posted 06:54pm 25/11/11
Well do we have any spoilers as to what happened?
PENDING on the plot, i'd like for it to have a normal world weather system, i like the look of destroyed buildings on a sunny day