AMY patched, checkpoint bugs addressed

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 12 April 2012 03:36 GMT

Lexis Numérique’s much derided horor effort AMY has bene patched on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

“According to the tests we carried, Chapter Five is now much easier with these changes,” VectorCell explained.

The patch address some of the more egregious bugs which frustrated players, and addresses other issues, including the game’s impenetrable darkness.

The full patch notes, released on the game’s Facebook page, are as follows:

  • The last checkpoint you reach is now saved (instead of going back to the beginning of the chapter)
  • The syringes remain in the inventory after a checkpoint is reached
  • Amy’s Powers remain available after a checkpoint is reached
  • The Combat camera has been removed
  • Most sequences can now be skipped
  • The in-game brightness has been improved

Thanks, DarkZero.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.




Lexis Numérique

  • AMY publisher seeks to Kickstart Taxi Journey

    French publisher Lexis Numérique has turned to Kickstarter to fund Taxi Journey, a side-scroller which it describes as inspired by indie adventures Limbo and Machinarium.

  • Lexis Numérique's Brooklyn Stories uncovered

    As his his or her wont, games industry sleuth Superannuation has turned up some interesting snippets about French developer Lexis Numérique. The company was apparently once working on a strange title called Brooklyn Stories. It involved time travel, branching storylines, and fiddling with people’s lives, and you can see a trailer with gameplay footage, some […]