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Ubisoft's Post-Apocalyptic "I Am Alive" Coming to the PC

Earlier this year, Ubisoft launched its post-apocalyptic action-survival game I Am Alive on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. Now, the well received game is making its way over to the PC with upgraded graphics and two new gaming modes. Making its way over via Ubishop and Steam, I Am Alive will have its worldwide PC debut on September 13.

The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic America which has been demolished by an unspecified "Event". Players will take on the role of a male survivor looking for his daughter and wife in their hometown of Haventon. All while trying to escape toxic ashes and other savage survivors.

The new "Easy" mode lets players retry an infinite number of times, and also features a smoother introduction to the game. The other new mode, "Replay", lets gamers revisit all of their favorite missions to unlock additional secrets and treasures they missed the first time around. I Am Alive will be available for $19.99 on Ubishop, Steam and a number of other digital retailers.

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Tuan Mai is a Los Angeles based writer and marketing manager working within the PC Hardware industry. He has written for Tom's Guide since 2010, with a special interest in the weird and quirky.
  • math1337
    Hopefully without horrid DRM crap.
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  • nforce4max
    This game will be rather popular as it goes well with the mood that many have had these past few years.
    Survivalist games are popular :o
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  • freggo
    Will be interesting to see how the actual game play compares to the promo video.
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  • Pennanen
    Incoming ubisoft always online limited installs uplaycrap drm.

    Day one pirate, because it doesnt have drm.
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  • kcorp2003
    nforce4maxThis game will be rather popular as it goes well with the mood that many have had these past few years. Survivalist games are popular
    Resident Evil series , Silent Hill series , Fear series , Left 4 Dead, Amnesia , Dead Space, Penumbra series. Call of Cthulu, BioShock, Aliens vs Predator, Metro 2033, Doom. these survivalist games i enjoyed playing in the last decade.


    Tip to resident evil always conserve ammo and save big weapon for boss ;)
    really love this game story arc.
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  • aftcomet
    PennanenIncoming ubisoft always online limited installs uplaycrap drm. Day one pirate, because it doesnt have drm.
    So you're not going to buy the game because you dislike a part of the product but you're going to pirate it? Why don't you buy it and download the DRM-free scene version.

    No, you won't do that because you're an idiot who thinks he's entitled to everything. You just want something to complain about so you blame the DRM. You'd pirate it even if it was DRM-free.

    Asshole.
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  • Pennanen
    aftcometSo you're not going to buy the game because you dislike a part of the product but you're going to pirate it? Why don't you buy it and download the DRM-free scene version.No, you won't do that because you're an idiot who thinks he's entitled to everything. You just want something to complain about so you blame the DRM. You'd pirate it even if it was DRM-free.Asshole.
    So i should keep handing them money even if i dont want their spyware drm? Right on, brother. Oh and since i can get something, i am entitled to it.
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  • Murissokah
    math1337Hopefully without horrid DRM crap.
    Don't get your hopes up, it's Ubisoft after all. On the other hand, I'm glad I don't care for this one anyway.
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  • kcorp2003
    If your a Steam user you have no right to complain about Ubisoft's DRM.

    But if you are then you might want to keep on eye on GOG.com they might have a DRM free version.
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  • Pennanen
    kcorp2003If your a Steam user you have no right to complain about Ubisoft's DRM. But if you are then you might want to keep on eye on GOG.com they might have a DRM free version.Valve games dont require always online nor they have limited ammount of installs.
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