Last August, ESC Toys and Dennaton Games turned to Kickstarter in an attempt to bring the protagonist of Hotline Miami to life in action figure form. The hope was to turn Jacket into a sixth-scale collectible, with all manner of accessories and authentic clothing pulled from the game itself to accompany him. With a fairly modest $60,000 goal, the venture was funded in less than 24 hours, and went on to secure nearly two and a half times its target by the time all was said and done.
Hotline Miami 2
We've been trying to figure out Hotline Miami 2's release date for a while now, and Dennaton Games has finally answered the call.
Dennaton Games' sequel to its hit Hotline Miami still doesn't have a release date, but to sate fans' appetites, there's a new digital comic series coming.
It's easy for the Vita to get overshadowed by its big brother, the PlayStation 4, but Sony wants to remind you there's still a lot of cool stuff coming to the handheld.
Dennaton Games delayed the release of its top-down action game, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, but it didn't give out an official release date... until now?
Australia has been pulling the ban hammer out and using it pretty frequently this past year and now it seems Hotline Miami 2 is its next target.
Drop the needle on that vinyl, because Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is going all the way retro with a Vinyl Record Collector's Edition.
Dennaton Games has announced that the sequel to its top-down, breakthrough indie game has been pushed back to a late 2014 or early 2015 release.
A new Kickstarter project lets Hotline Miami enthusiasts get in on a sweet new figurine based on Jacket, the player character from the first game.
Only ask your DJ to throw Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number on the turntable if you know there's a masked vigilante on the loose.