I Am Alive suffers third delay into 2011

We're still holding out hope that we'll at least hear more about this intriguing and mysterious game over the next few month

I Am Alive made quite an impression when it debuted at E3 2008--you know, back when we had to play demos at an airport hangar--but the title has been almost invisible since then. In fact, the few times the game has surfaced over the last two years were on occasions when the game was delayed. True to form, the game's making news again since Ubisoft representatives have confirmed a third delay out of 2010's fiscal year, pushing it to April 2011 at the earliest.

While the game isn't due out this fiscal year, we're still holding out hope that we'll at least hear more about this intriguing and mysterious game over the next few months.

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