Critically-savaged survival horror misfire Amy has just received a major patch aimed at making the game a little easier to work through.
As spotted by Joystiq, developer VectorCell announced the update on the game's
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The developer behind critically-mauled survival horror Amy has issued a ripost to those who haven't taken to the title.
Eerie survival horror game Amy headlines this week's European PlayStation Store update.
It's a game about a troubled child who can make things happen with the power of her mind. Oh my god! Amy's also out on Xbox Live Arcade today.
"Neither quirky enough to be forgiven its unfinished feel nor polished enough to satisfy the base gaming itch, Amy is a crushing disappointment with little to recommend it," Dan Whitehead wrote in Eurogamer's just-published Amy review.
Amy, a survival horror title supervised by Flashback creator Paul Cuisset, launches on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade on 11th January, developer Lexis Numérique has announced.
It'll set you back £7.99/€9.99/800 Microsoft Points.
Set in a post-apocalyptic America where a virus outbreak has transformed the human race into flesh-hungry feral beasts, the story follows a woman attempting to survive the carnage with the help of the titular eight year old who's blessed with a set of mysterious powers.
Paul Cuisset, the man behind classic '90s platformer Flashback, is on the comeback trail with Amy, a post-apocalyptic survival horror game for PlayStation Network.