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Left Alive Left Alive tells a human story of survival from the perspective of three different protagonists during the devastating invasion set in war-torn Novo Slava in 2127. Experience the massive power gap between man and machine.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 41 / 100
User rating
8.7
Downloads 53
Genre Action Adventure, General
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Square Enix / Square Enix
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Left Alive reviews ( 6 )

Hollyen, Apr 13, 2019

Wonderful game. Remarkable political story. Pure tacticity. The perfect representation of how great games are made with the right ideas. And this game is a perfect example.

crpn_laska, Mar5, 2019

Have you ever truly enjoyed an excellent B movie? If your answer is yes then this game is right up your alley. This is an icon of charm. Outdated graphics, hilarious animation, clunky controls, over the top dialogs — all the problems which Left Alive has, are overwhelmed by its bizarrely fascinating and naive beauty. Some might say that this game is so bad is good and they are right to some extent but don't forget that the main goal of any game is to be engaging and this one is definitely has everything to keep you interested and somewhat emersed. In the current generation, there is nothing in between AAA titles and indie projects. Finally, this niche has been filled. Don't be influenced by the overwhelmingly negative reviews, give yourself a chance to enjoy a B-list masterpiece. Left Alive as a hidden gem that might turn into a cult classic after a decade.

emanuhel, Mar 15, 2019

One of the most energetic, and intense, experiences of this generation. From the premises I would never have expected it, but for me it has reached the levels of technique and excellence of the first three Metal Gear Solids. Really all great. With the exception of graphics, which is not very important in experiences of this type and genre.

Jiggy850, Mar6, 2019

Left Alive is an unforgiving stealth game set in the Front Mission universe where direct wars have ceased only for neighboring countries to engage in proxy wars with each other. The characters you play as are caught in the aftermath of battle and the player has to use their wits to survive, gather resources and outsmart overpowering foes. Its a believable setting with a lot of potential. However there are numerous design flaws within the actual gameplay that leave me wondering what the developers were actually doing for 2+ years. PROS: - Interesting and believable future world setting. - Wanzers! Basically the only point in the first couple levels that I felt immersed in the world. Watching these behemoths drop into the map creates a feeling of unease and fundamentally changes how you approach objectives. - OST. One of the few things that feels like it has a lot of polish and fits with the environment. CONS: - Lack of any formal tutorial. I suppose not a complete flaw as it could be by design to force the player to experiment and seek their own means on how to navigate and fight in the world. However I feel it would have made too much sense to include a sort of Basic Training tutorial as the first rookie character as it would fit to develop story and provide context. - Clunky movement, animations, and inventory screen. Basically all the things that should be seamless in a modern game but aren't. - Really inconsistent AI. You will die a lot, but not always to your own stupidity. Running the same scenario multiple times usually results in different outcomes even though enemy walk cycles tend to be the same. It simply makes getting through a level a chore. - Dialogue is hit or miss. Sometimes a dialogue choice will be voiced by the actor, sometimes it won't. However the voice acting itself is really well done and you can feel the emotion behind the character. - The AI companion Koshka will alert you by saying "CAUTION AN ENEMY IS APPROACHING" regardless if you're 3 feet or 30 feet from the enemy, whether you see them or not. And 99.99% of the time the player was already fully aware there was an enemy there. The game itself is not recommended for just anyone as you already would have to enjoy stealth action games like Splinter Cell and Metal Gear Solid. However to those that might enjoy those genres I would advise to steer clear until the developers add some much needed performance and gameplay changes.

Gregtami, Jul 23, 2020

Somehow they made a stealth / mech game that has no properly fuctioning mechanics for both game modes. Awful piece of **** all the way around. Save your money and stay away.

BrokenCritic, Mar5, 2019

Square have been kinda on the down for a while now. The Quiet Man, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Just Cause 4 and now this? OK wtf is going over there. They need a smack in the head. No wonder this hasn't been advertised heavily. Even they knew this wouldn't stand a chance so they minimized marketing cost to avoid a huge loss.