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Submitted by ShiftingBits 1306d ago | review

4Player Video Review: AMY

Developed by VectorCell, AMY was a new take on the survival horror genre that showed a lot of promise. Like the overly large present your grandmother gave you for your birthday, many of us at 4Player were quivering with anticipation at the thought of opening it. During the unwrapping, however, we quickly discovered that yes, grandma is still senile and that tuna casserole still goes bad when you put in a box for several days. (Amy, Xbox 360) 40/100

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