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AMY
Genre: Adventure
Official Site: http://www.amy-thegame.com/
Release Date:
12th January 2012
Monday, 23 January 2012
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:27pm 23/01/12 | 6 Comments
Survival-horror looks to be heavy on the cards this year, if Capcom has anything to say about it. On top of a host of games arriving via digital platforms and handhelds, they also have the recently revealed, and very tantalising, Resident Evil 6 dropping across all platforms in November, leaving horror gaming fans with plenty to lap up.

Which brings us to the year's first survival-horror experience, AMY, as reviewed by industry veteran, James Cottee, on Xbox 360. It's definitely safe to say you'll be better off waiting for Capcom's entrants this year in the genre, and like the proverbial zombie-apocalypse survivor, locking yourself in a safe room and avoiding this one at all costs.

Read his review to find out why.
Thursday, 12 January 2012
Post by Eorl @ 11:02am 12/01/12 | 0 Comments
The highly anticipated survival horror from VectorCell studios has now been released on Xbox Live Arcade and on the PlayStation Network for 800MS Points and $15.95 respectively.
In AMY players will discover a unique and absorbing gameplay experience that features extensive cooperation with a supporting character. Taking the role of Lana, players will quickly learn that Amy is neither a specialised warrior nor a docile following character. Players will be able to use her small size and weight to reach inaccessible areas, ask her to do specific actions and utilise her mysterious ‘gifts’. But first and foremost, Amy’s trust will need to be won, perhaps even by putting Lana’s life on the line.
AMY was developed by VectorCell studios under the supervision of Paul Cuisset - the French creator of legendary games such as Flashback and the series Moto Racers.

To find out more on this scary title, check out our game page for screenshots and more.