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Submitted by iilluminate 1098d ago | review

Review: I Am Alive (darkzero)

"Wrought with a troubled development cycle, I Am Alive earned its name before it was even available to download. It was passed between teams in mid-development, and the game's actual nature, and even distribution model, remained ever elusive. Whatever you pictured the game would be, I'll wager the final product is somehow simultaneously more conventional, more unique, and more heartbreakingly flawed." (I Am Alive, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/10

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