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Submitted by jammy2049 1425d ago | review

Push-Start.co.uk - Review: I Am Alive

James Steel writes -
Visions of post-apocalyptic life are nothing new in popular culture. Films such as The Book Of Eli and The Road present something so intrinsically scary, yet also intriguing for an audience. The idea that the world we know now could be flipped upside down in a split second is frightening to say the least.

I Am Alive attempts to encompass the core themes of desolation, suffering and survivalism, but does it rise above the rubble to have an impact on the gaming population, or should it be left to fend for itself? (I Am Alive, Xbox 360) 8/10

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