One of the best indie franchises around in Hotline Miami seems like it could soon be headed to Xbox.
Hotline Miami's arrival on Nintendo Switch shouldn't be missed by those who have long wanted to give the series a shot.
Originally released last year, the violent and bloody sequel Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number brought with it the conclusion to the story from the original Hotline Miami, and now has brought the public release of its long-awaited
Spike Chunsoft, the studio behind the Danganronpa series, will be localizing both Hotline Miami titles as revealed by Japanese publication Famitsu:
Launching after a much-anticipated wait in March, Devolver Digital and Dennaton Games' brutal Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number boasted a particular killer soundtrack, and if you're looking for the special collector's edition soundtrack in the smooth sounds
Bursting into the room with hyper-stylized visuals, a pulsating and hypnotic soundtrack, and possibly the most graphic violence ever to be experienced in a video game, Hotline Miami was brutal and horrifying -- even more so, it
Dennaton Games have dropped a potential hint at Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number's release date with the use of a mysterious phone number.
Hotline Miami 2's soundtrack is shaping up to be rather fantastic. While everything looks to falling into place, the question still remains, "how does it sound?"
I have a soft spot for really well done collector's editions of video games. Something just gets me excited about awesome statues, great artbooks, steel cases and whatever other fun items developers decide to pack on in.
If there's anything that both Payday 2 and Hotline Miami have in common, it's a penchant for wearing creepily-disturbing masks and committing high-volume acts of violence and chaos. It seems like a match made in heaven, and
I don't know why the sequel to Hotline Miami is called Wrong Number. If you asked me, it totally dialed the right number for awesomeness.
You've officially have run out of excuses not to play this game. Hotline Miami will be available to all Playstation Plus users tomorrow, October 22.
The first line of text on the Indiegogo page for this violent but stylish project says it all: "Imagine if Memento met Pulp Fiction in the neon-lit Miami of the 1980s."
The initially-unplanned sequel to the popular top-down shooter is on its way, though the game's creators - Jonatan Söderström and Dennis Wedin - have cautioned fans not to get their hopes up for anything further. Hotline Miami