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AMY
Game Description:AMY is a survival horror/action adventure game, where players must protect, and escort the eponymous Amy an enigmatic eight-year-old autistic girl with curious powers as they try to get her out of a city overrun with wild creatures and dangerous enemies. The story follows Amy and the player character Lana, a woman who is trying to protect and save her in the disease-ridden town. They must work together to fight or flee from the aberrations, demons, and the military, in the hope of saving not only each other, but also the future of humanity itself.
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    AMY First Look Preview -- Silent Hill Meets ICO?

    Find out why we were pleasantly caught off guard by this creepy, ICO-ish horror title for the PSN.

    Posted: Mar 7, 2011


  • AMY Video Review

    Posted: February 14, 2012

    7,013 Views | 02:54

  • AMY Launch Trailer

    Posted: January 11, 2012

    12,501 Views | 01:54

  • AMY "Relationship" Trailer

    Posted: November 4, 2011

    10,300 Views | 02:51

  • AMY "Contamination" Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: October 6, 2011

    4,264 Views | 02:21

  • AMY Tech Demo Video

    Posted: June 22, 2011

    4,190 Views | 01:45

 


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