The survival action-shooter’s Japanese launch falls flat and streamers at the moment are unable to broadcast the game.
Left Alive launched in Japan on February 28, and – except blocked cutscenes – gamers had been free to stream it to their hearts content material till Square Enix put the kibosh on streamers totally. Siliconera reviews that this sudden change of coronary heart might be all the way down to the evaluations the game has acquired submit launch.
The game is sitting at 1.5/5 stars over on Amazon Japan, with 76% of its evaluations awarding it a single star.
According to Siliconera, the vast majority of the evaluations had been submitted earlier than streaming was blocked and cite points reminiscent of “poor design, issues with controls, character motions, and graphics.”
Despite solely having launched lower than per week in the past, Left Alive has has a 50% worth slash on Amazon, decreased from 8,964 yen (£60/ $80) to 4,442 yen (£30/ $40).
At the time of Siliconera’s report two days in the past, the evaluation rating on the web site was 1.8, and the decreased worth was 5,050 yen (£35 /$45), so it doesn’t bode properly that each have dropped even additional in such a brief period of time.
Left Alive releases within the west tomorrow, March 5, on PC and PlayStation 4.