If any horror lovers out there were tracking this one, you don’t have much longer to wait as it is due to be released within the next couple of months. In an interesting move, it won’t be exclusive to PSN anymore, instead Amy will also be available on 360 and PC. The title joins Catherine in the growing throng of video games given a woman’s name. Expect Maud, Mavis and Judy-Anne 2: The Harrowing to reach your local games store soon. Joke.
The game, developed by French team Vector Cell, puts you in control of a character called Lana, tasked with escorting the young Amy out of the dangerous Silver City. Of course things aren’t as simple as they seem, and neither is Amy herself as you will see for yourself in the trailer below.