So it had been a long time; working at the Uncharted Wiki, that this wiki had got any news. But today we do.
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The Dust, Danger and Despair of I Am AliveThere'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 to their assailant, the man has only two bullets, and will likely never find a third. It's one of the most screamingly tense scenes I've ever encountered in fiction—there are so many things that could go wrong, and only one thing that could go right. The awful, doomed desperatio…
This blog post can be used to put big development news about I Am Alive
In an interview with the International Herald Tribune, Ubisoft's Chief Executive Yves Guillemot revealed a new title in development called Alive. The game will be set in a earthquake and will involve the player using his/her intincts to survive.
"It's more oriented toward drama, more life in characters, more depth," said Guillemot. "It's still about surviving, but you can't resolve things by shooting only." Guillemot refers to this softer, more feminine style of gaming as "action plus."
It is now said that Darkworks will develope it individualily, but it will be published by Ubisoft.
Close E3 2008, French website Gamekyo says that Jade Raymond and the team at Ubisoft will te…
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Just days after I Am Alive made an appearance on the ESRB website, Ubisoft has confirmed the game will be released this Winter as a downloadable title on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. I Am Alive appears to have gone through a few changes since its original incarnation. Back in 2008, the game centered around the immediate aftermath of an earthquake in Chicago. Yesterday’s announcement revealed that the game’s setting has shifted to the fictional Haventon. An earthquake is no longer the cause of the disaster, which Ubisoft describes “apocalyptic.” Instead, an unnamed everyman will be searching for his family in a city devastated by “The Event.”
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The ESRB has now provided it with an M classification and a description, indicating that a build of the game is complete enough to be rated. According to the ESRB:
This is an action game in which players assume the role of a man who must find his family in a post-apocalyptic world. From a third-person perspective, players traverse through city ruins and use a machete to kill human enemies in melee-style combat. Battles are accompanied by realistic gunfire, slashing sounds, and cries of pain; characters emit brief splashes of blood when hit.
Players have the ability to kill or knock unconscious wounded/vulnerable enemies via finishing moves (e.g., throat slashing, impaling, pistol-whipping); these scenes are highlighted by close-up camera ang…Read more >
So I was online and I found this gameplay footage for I Am Alive, but it could be fake. For now it looks real to me, but I think Ubiosft is going to take it out.
The footages screens one of the survivors desperately in need medicine for him and his little daughter named May inside the mail. Before that he is talking to a camera trying to signal it to his wife. Henry also says that May is like Marry, whom he references to be maybe his other daughter who is now dead. He talks in to a Walkie Talkie to a man named Henry for how to get medicine for May, and Henry says back.......... go look in the already opended medicine crates.
Pheopheonix1234 01:19, September 12, 2011 (UTC)Pheopheonix1234
Lol, just found another video it's from Gamescom.
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