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

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.

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tigertron2561d ago

I've never heard of this game but it looks good, I'll have to find out more about this.

supremacy2561d ago (Edited 2561d ago )

Free speech anyone?

These hackers are pirates, looking for the pot of gold which is your wallet.

Some hackers hack for some sense of pride, others do it for reasons beyond ones understanding.

Whatever the case may be, hacking has not prove to be benifitial to anyone but the hackers themselves, go figure.

get2sammyb2561d ago

This game never released. What are they on about?

Ramas2561d ago (Edited 2561d ago )

yeah i don't get it too, was this game released and i missed it or what the hell? i was waiting for this game, but never seen any news about release date.

get2sammyb2561d ago

It's totally not out. Nor has it ever been. I refuse to believe that there are people out there that own this game.

I belive Lexis Numerique released the Red Johnson Chronicles around the time of the PSN outage, but not Amy.

We've only really seen a couple of trailers for Amy. If it released and had "sold well" there would be full playthroughs of the game on YouTube.

WrAiTh Sp3cTr32561d ago

So the actual dev of this game says it launched and told you the problems surrounding the launch and you say no it didn't? What are you smoking? These are the people who made the game! Why the f*ck would they lie? I swear gamers get...seriously, WTF!?!?!

yesmynameissumo2561d ago

If it was released, why are they still developing it?

earbus2561d ago

The outage actually made the news here.

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