Quick Shots – Lexis Numérique’s AMY looks a bit freaky

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 8 March 2011 19:57 GMT

Lexis Numérique has released three screenshots for its survival-horror, action-adventure game AMY.

In the game, you play as Lana who is tasked with escorting an eight-year-old autistic girl with strange powers out of a city overrun with nasty things that want you dead.

Together Lana and Amy need to work together to survive by fighting or fleeing from these monsters as well as the military, as you two are the only hope humanity has left.

AMY is slated for June.

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