Let's recap. In November 2011, Ubisoft creative director Stanislas Mettra said the following about I Am Alive, a game for the Xbox 360 and PS3:
Welcome to "Backhanded Box Quotes," a collection of super pissed-off user reviews from people just like you! Whoa, whoa, don't take that personal.
This week, Backhanded Box Quotes wrangles with the disappointment faced by diehard Kid Icarus fans upon the arrival of their long-awaited sequel—and an appeal for calm and…
Ubisoft's I Am Alive will be coming to the PlayStation 3 next month. It'll be available on the PlayStation Network on April 4. You can check out our review of the 360 version here.
There's a book by Cormac McCarthy entitled "The Road." It's a somber story about a man and his young son, traveling through a post-apocalyptic world and observing first-hand the kind of toll a mysterious event has taken on humanity, or at least what's left of it.
The latest developer diary for Ubisoft Shanghai's I Am Alive goes behind the scenes of the game's creation.
Have you ever made a video game character fear you?
The Xbox 360 "House Party" of new downloadable games is official: Warp ($10, Feb 15), Alan Wake's American Nightmare ($15, Feb 22), Nexuiz ($10, Feb 29) and I Am Alive ($15, March 7). You get $10 in Xbox Points if you buy them all.
Ubisoft's "Encounters" trailer for I Am Alive has what seems to be the protagonist giving advice on life in a dog-eat-dog world. "People more than dust are the most dangerous thing you're going to encounter," and the ways to deal with them are numerous.
Those familiar with adventure game Uncharted will notice something familiar about I Am Alive— it's climbing gameplay.
The next Xbox 360 "House Party"—a promotional rush of a bunch of new downloadable games, probably released one a week—will be headlined by Alan Wake's American Nightmare, according to a trailer that's leaked through Xbox.com. Joystiq noticed it and we've watched it: It also includes the cool top-down…
I Am Alive's promising a more intimate type of post-apocalypse and this tenderly narrated teaser gives a fresh look at the game's world and hazards. The clip also offers glimpses of how ravaged the world's become after the ill that's befallen it and how you can help other get through the future's tough times. Be…
Yesterday, Stanislas Mettra was quoted by IncGamers as saying some, well, very inflammatory things about why I Am Alive, the upcoming downloadable title for Xbox 360 and PS3, didn't have a PC port. Mettra's now written us—not to give the usual "I was misquoted," or "taken out-of-context" dodge—but to say that if his…
Here's a heartwarming tale full of good holiday cheer. In an interview with IncGamers, Stanislas Mettra, the creative director behind Ubisoft's thought-provoking survival tale I Am Alive said chances of a PC port are about zero because a) um, piracy and b) lol, nobody buys PC games anymore.
There's a moment near the start of Cormac McCarthy's gripping post-apocalyptic novel The Road when a father holds up a gun to protect his son. Their lives hang by a thread—their assailant is alone, but his friends are near, and if the man pulls the trigger, he and his son will doubtless be discovered. And unbeknownst…
First announced three years ago, Ubisoft's I Am Alive has barely been seen or heard of since. It's widely assumed to have been canned (or at least be in a very deep sleep), but if you feel like checking out what it looks like (or once looked like) anyway, here's a brief look.
Ubisoft's I Am Alive has long been a vapourware suspect, the length of time since we last heard anything about it leading some to suspect it had ended up on the development scrapheap. But now there's this trailer...
When a game is as oft-delayed as Ubisoft's I Am Alive, it raises questions. Has it been cancelled? Are there production issues? Does it need a better title? All of those are valid, but only one is the actual reason.