Conclusion: I feel a little bad bashing VectorCell so much, as they went bankrupt back in November of 2013, but this game should be re-titled Lame-y. If for some reason you purchased it because you're a sucker for survival horror, I empathize with the agony you're now feeling.
Excerpt: Chapter five of the new downloadable game Amy will forever be discussed in muttered oaths and expletives. That’s when the otherwise-benign survival-horror throwback takes a jarring left turn in difficulty. Up to the 11th hour, Amy plays like a mild-mannered blend of Silent Hill and Ico .
Excerpt: You are Lana. Lana’s an attractive blonde, wearing an outfit that is decidedly inappropriate for what she’s about to get herself into. She’s absconded with a mute, mushroom-coiffed little girl with mysterious powers that we’re not yet privy to, and with special needs that are never made clear.
Excerpt: I remember the days following Resident EvilÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s arrival on the scene, when developers were scrambling to get their own survival horror games on the shelves. There were some really bad games...
Pros: + Narrative had promise
Cons: Poor performance issues, Game play is just broken, Terrible checkpoint system, Abysmal hit detection
Conclusion: If we're brutally honest, it's hard to find any saving grace for a title as truly terrible as AMY. The story is weak, the scares are non-existent, the gameplay is a decade late to the party and the save system will have you reduced to bouts of self-harm.
Conclusion: The Short Version: AMY has a premise with potential, but it's crushed beneath recycled clichés, clunky controls, eye-watering glitches and poor design. There might be some perverse delight in seeing who out of you and your friends can survive the longest before putting a controller through the...
Pros: Sound design is pretty good, Characters have potential, This isn't the only survival horror game out there