Amy is coming to Xbox Live Arcade and The PlayStation Network, but it's slightly more expensive on the latter console. The developer's behind the game say that the price difference has to do with the fluctuating value of Microsoft Points between countries.
In response to the complaints from gamers who want to play the downloadable survival horror game, publisher Lexis Numérique is offering consumers the chance to vote the price of the PSN version of the game down to $10. It seems like a pretty obvious vote. The catch is that if it does seem that fans want the price of the game to come down, the PlayStation Network version of the game will have to be delayed in order to go back through the assorted approval processes related to the PSN.