I Am Alive rated by Australian board

Ubisoft's Chicago-based survival game given classification by Down Under ratings group; publisher mum on title.


I Am Alive

Despite Ubisoft only sharing a few details on the project since it was first announced at the 2008 Electronic Entertainment Expo, survival game I Am Alive appears to be just that…alive.

I Am Alive has a heartbeat.
I Am Alive has a heartbeat.

The Australian Government's Office of Film and Literature Classification board has added a listing in its classification database for Ubisoft's I Am Alive. The game was rated yesterday, June 28, and received an MA 15+ classification for strong violence.

As of press time, I Am Alive has not yet been rated by the United States' Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB), and Ubisoft has not responded to GameSpot's request for comment or clarification on the matter.

The last official word concerning I Am Alive came in 2009, when Ubisoft announced that development duties on the game had shifted from Paris-based Darkworks to Ubisoft Shanghai, in China.

I Am Alive is expected to arrive sometime in the future for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Little is known about the title, though it will apparently be a survival horror game set in an earthquake-ravaged Chicago. For more on the title, check out its debut trailer, embedded below.

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