European pricing and date announced for AMY

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 5 January 2012 20:01 GMT

Lexis Numérique has announced it will release AMY on PSN January 11 and through a publishing deal with Namco Bandai Partners, it will be released on XBLA as well.

AMY takes place in the small town of Silver City USA, where in 2034, Global Warming has caused “widespread disease and an upsurge in natural disasters around the globe”.

A comet has crashed into town, and as resident Lana regains consciousness, she witnesses all sorts of violent mayhem around her. She too is infected with a disease causing such calamitous goings on, but isn’t showing symptoms when she meets an autistic eight-year-old girl named Amy with “strange powers will force her to make choices that change both their lives.”

Upon release, AMY will run you $12.99/€9.99/£7.99/800 MSP. It will be released on PSN in the US on January 10. New screens are below.

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