Left Alive has a fascinating concept, that is the game I wanted.Time: Mar. 7, 2019 From: SCDKey
Left Alive Steam Key looks amazing. Mix sneaky furtive and massive robot fights, and if it does not seem familiar enough, you even have the art of Yoji Shinkawa Metal Gear. Left Alive is a great disaster whose good ideas are undermined by an atrocious game.
Conceptually, this is exactly the kind of game I want to play. In the world of Square Enix's Mecha strategy series, Front Mission, led by veteran armored group Toshifumi Nabeshima, the focus is on the war between two fictitious European nations.
They jump between the perspectives of various characters. The goal is to survive in the middle of an expanding war zone, avoid enemy patrols and create makeshift weapons that you can use if you can not avoid a fight. The atmosphere is intense with burning cities and desperate survivors who only have to spend a day in the wreck.
Left Alive Steam Key is a brutal and, often, unpleasant experience. The difficulty lies not so much in the design of the meeting as in the struggle with the controls that are not always recorded, the enemies that are perceived too easily and a terrible control system. If you fail, you can lose 10 or 15 minutes of progress.