The new survival horror game developed by Flashback mastermind Paul Cuisset is heading to PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.
This near-future thriller, published by Lexis Numérique, begins after the Earth is ravaged by a rogue comet and a deadly virus has turned most humans into pseudo zombies. Players experience this bleak world through the eyes of Lana, one of the few lucky (or unlucky) humans to escape the disaster unscathed. Or so she thought. As the virus begins to take hold, she tries to escape the city with an eight-year-old autistic girl named Amy who seems to have supernatural powers.
Along the way, you must sneak through environments to avoid detection from the military quarantining the vicinity, and occasionally take arms with found objects when the zombies get a bead on you. Check out the screenshots below to get a better feel for the vibe that developer VectorCell is going for.
Amy comes to PlayStation 3 on January 10 for $12.99 and Xbox 360 on January 11 for 800 MS points (which translates to $10). We're not sure why one version is cheaper than the other, but multi-console owners interested in the game should take note.