Summary: Of course what convinced me to buy it was the price. It was around $1.99 when I saw it.(I have the downloaded version) At that price it's worth giving a chance. While I don't think this game deserves a rating of 2. I agree, don't listen to the other reviews. This game is not $10. At least it wasn't when I first saw it. Amy doesn't have a daughter. So that's proof that other person didn't even play the game. Amy is the little girl and the woman's name is Lana.
Summary: This game is pretty cool, the sound/music is awesome graphics are great as you can see your character become slowly infected but the combat controls are kinda wack, if you die after you receive a checkpoint you lose all your items most importantly syringes which without are almost impossible to beat a level unless Amy is around.
Summary: [Amy Demo Review - Xbox 360 - 7.5/10] It may not be greatest entry in the survival horror genre, but AMY delivers some solid material at a fraction of the cost of a retail release - the 800 MSP price is even lower than the many downloadable games going for 1200MSP these days. I downloaded the demo for AMY last night; having heard almost nothing of this title up until I saw it on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Excerpt: "Amy is a download only PSN game available at the moment for £7.99. It was a game we had been anticipating after reading a favourable pre-release review in a magazine. It focuses on a young woman named Lana who is looking after a little girl named Amy who seems to be suffering with some sort of autism. It is confirmed early on in the game that Amy is verbally challenged. The game begins with a bit of a mystery. Lana and Amy are on the train, the ticket ...