From a glance, Jamie's many augmentations are apparent. He has a cybernetic left arm and an optical implant on his left eye. However, he is still human enough to regenerate his skin. Past the augmentations is his muscular build along with his gruff face and facial hair. He wears a red tank top in all of his appearances.
Jamie comes across as intimidating due to his appearance and he tends to keep to himself. However, when asked he is candid about his profession and his past. He is also quite friendly, as Jill notices when he is talking with Ingram. He always seems to "bring out the best in people."
Jamie is also shown to have moral value despite being a mercenary. He tells Jill that he does not accept any job involving killing someone who has been in the wrong place, but rather about people who have killed or stolen, thus seeing his job as "bounty hunting".
Not much is known about Jamie's past other than at some point he went through a process to have all the nanomachines in his body removed. Jamie describes it as being incredibly painful and akin to having thousands of tiny knives stabbing you.
He admits that he knows little about his past (though he claims he's not an amnesiac); not knowing his real name, that "many parts of [his] past seem to be blurry and vague", he can remember his parents but not their names, and isn't even sure if he went to college. He theorises that when he was expunged by nanomachines, it could have (almost) damaged his brain and made things blurry.
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- December 14 (Day 2)
- December 16 (Day 4)
- December 20 (Day 8)
- He bears resemblance to Adam Jensen from the Deus Ex series, seen in his augmentations and his face.
- Just as Gillian shares his name with Gillian Seed from Snatcher, Jamie also shares his name with Jamie Seed, the estranged wife of Gillian.
- On Day 2, Jamie can remark that he doesn't "remember his real name". "It might as well be Jamie" for all he knows.
- Jamie talks about brain uploading, a process of scanning the brain and uploading it to a system (or something along those lines.) He then says that the whole topic was eventually cut off, and now "putting brains in jars" is the current subject being studied. This could be a slight reference to the simulation theory, regarding how humanity could possibly just be brains in a jar running on stimulants.
- The day after Jamie mentions this topic toward Jill, the player will see a brain in a jar that wants a Blue Fairy. It could be a stronger reference or simply a punchline from the set up of Jamie's statement prior.