Amy News (PS3)

Critically panned game Amy getting patched

Posted: 12.04.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Amy developer VectorCell has announced on its official Facebook page that it's readying a patch to fix many of the issues in the game, most of them generated from fan feedback.

AMY dev responds to critics, easy mode for "non-hard core gamers"

Posted: 18.01.2012 by Technet2k

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The developer behind AMY has offered comment to the wave of low critic scores plaguing the title, saying that it's a "HARD game" and playing it on easy should help most people.

They said that some "totally disliked" its difficulty while others "really enjoyed it." Most critics have panned AMY for poor design and technical glitches.

Amy will release on PSN same price and day as XBLA version

Posted: 10.01.2012 by JonahFalcon

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It seems Amy will be released for the same price and date on PlayStation Network as it will on Xbox Live Arcade in North America after all.

While publisher Lexis Numerique had no problems with releasing Amy in Europe for the same price on both service, problems arose with the exchange rate. While the Xbox Live Arcade version was still the same price in North America ($10 USD via 800 Microsoft Points), the PSN version became costlier at $12.73, which is what 10 Euro amounts to in North America.

Lexis Numerique announces 11th January release for Amy on PSN, XBLA

Posted: 05.01.2012 by JonahFalcon

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European publisher Lexis Numerique has announced that developer Vector Cell's survival horror game, Amy, will be hitting PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade next week on the 11th January, and will be co-published by Namco-Bandai.

Amy was written and lead developed by French developer Paul Cuisset, who is best known for Flashback: The Quest for Identity.

Amy had "good sales for two hours" before PSN outage, says dev

Posted: 13.10.2011 by Technet2k

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Survival horror title Amy from French developer Vector Cell released on the PlayStation Network, but sold for only two hours before hackers knocked it out.

Still, those measly two hours saw "good sales" but publisher Lexis Numerique is re-launching Amy. We play Lana who's borderline zombie, helping a little girl.