European indie studio Lexis Numérique has announced a release date for Amy, the survival-horror thriller whose sleeper campaign has been building for some months now. Offering a psychological twist on the biohazards-'n'-undeads formula, the title comes with the pedigree of French games legend Paul Cuisset – the veteran designer responsible for Space Harrier, Operation Wolf, Flashback: The Quest for Identity, and, um, Shaq Fu.
Come January 11, you'll be able to try Amy against Cuisset's past efforts for yourself, when the game debuts on PSN for $12.99 and XBLA for 800 MSP ($10). Yes, for some reason the PlayStation 3 version costs $3 more. No. We have no idea why. It might be a typo or a mistake, but that's what the game's official Facebook page says.
Here's a few new shots of the game's enemies, infected with an extraterrestrial virus and left to maraud a world ravaged by Global Warming. An Inconvenient Truth never warned us about this sort of thing.
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