Try our new beta! Click here
Submitted by Sadie2100 1358d ago | review

Review: I Am Alive is intense, thrilling, and a little boring, all at the same time (GamesBeat)

This survival game really sticks with you, from its implied rape scenes to the intense ways it handles something as simple as climbing a wall. (I Am Alive, Xbox 360) 82/100

barefootgamer  +   1358d ago
This game looks interesting, but I'm not sure I can handle a game with such punishing difficulty. I still haven't beaten Dark Souls! ;)
Tolkoto  +   1358d ago
A little boring can help between bouts of thrilling.
dhfd   1358d ago | Spam
SybaRat  +   1358d ago
Meh. Cool platforming. Crappy everything else.
neogeo  +   1358d ago
If by a little boring they mean like in fallout 3 when your just taking a walk then count me in. I like breaks from the action a lil bit. Gives me time to enjoy the graphics and sound.
lethalsilicong5  +   1358d ago
Hmmm. I'll have to check more reviews before deciding if I should purchase or not.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest review [PSU]

20m ago - PlayStation Universe reviews Fruitbat Factory's maiden-dominated SRPG. | PS3

Sibling Memorializes His Brother By Visiting Skyrim Save File

32m ago - Redditor crontab1337 pays respects to his brother Taylor by loading up his Skyrim save file. | Xbox 360

Blu-ray And DVD Highlights for November 2015

Now - With the spooky month of October all but ritualistically murdered and buried in a haunted house sitting a top an ancient Indian burial ground under... | Promoted post

Croixleur Sigma PS Vita trailer

42m ago - Souvenir Circ. has released a full-length trailer for the PS Vita version of Croixleur Sigma. | PS Vita

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven ‘Josuke Higashikata’ battle trailer

43m ago - Bandai Namco has released the latest in its series of battle trailers for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventur... | PS3

The unannounced Kickstarter sequels we want now

47m ago - Santa might leave you AAA games under the tree, but all this writer wants for Christmas are these... | Culture