Left Alive News
War, what is it good for
Left Alive is a weird one, isn't it? The stealth-shooter-survival title is due out in early March, but you'll be hard pressed to find much excitement for it around the web. And to be honest, we don't think trailers like this one really help. The two minute clip constantly cuts to black and doesn't tell us much at all, even...
New trailer released
It feels like we still don't know an awful lot about Left Alive, the Front Mission offshoot from Square Enix. However, PlayStation Blog has just posted an update on the mech shooter, and we now have a release date -- it'll launch on 5th March 2019. To recap, Left Alive takes place in the distant future in a fictional world...
Due out 28th February in Japan
Do you remember Left Alive? Barely, right? It’s the loosely Front Mission themed third-person shooter from Square Enix and an all-star team, including Yoji Shinkawa of Metal Gear fame. Well, it’s back. The game got a brand new trailer during Sony’s LineUp Tour livestream, as well as a
You'd be forgiven for forgetting about Left Alive, Square Enix's Front Mission successor. After being announced at Tokyo Game Show last year, it fell into obscurity, but according to a new report from DualShockers, the game is still very much in development. The sur
Square Enix has deployed two new screenshots of its PlayStation 4 survival game Left Alive, which you may recall was announced during Sony’s TGS 2017 press conference earlier in the month. The images don’t really reveal a lot, but we do now know that the title is set in the Front Mission universe, and will star three different...
Boasts three protagonists
Hate to say we told you so, but we did tell you so: Square Enix has revealed that its new third-person survival shooter Left Alive – which was announced during Sony’s TGS 2017 press conference yesterday – is set in the Front Mission universe, somewhere between the fifth instalment and Front Mission Evolved...
Metal Gear Solid's Yoji Shinkawa leading art
Left Alive is a mysterious new PlayStation 4 game from Square Enix, announced during Sony’s TGS 2017 press conference earlier today. The game is being produced by Shinji Hashimoto, who’s perhaps best known for trolling the PlayStation fanbase in the inaugural PlayStation Experience showcase. More...