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.
Hotline Miami 2
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.
Devolver Digital's E3 trailer features an excellent collection of upcoming, retro-style games coming to PlayStation Consoles.
Be prepared to build your own floor plan of murder scenes and test them out yourself as Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number gets itself a level editor.
On a bigger scale, on a cultural level, pixel art has evolved. It is no longer seen as a limited interpretation of the physical world but is self-referential and continually pushing outside the boundaries of the technology it is aping.
Like many other quality titles in the confines of the Indie Mega Booth, Devolver let the games speak for themselves. And what a statement they made.
This newest trailer for Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number left us in awe with some of the effective ways you can take out everyone on the entire floor.
Better dust off that collection of masks because the first Hotline Miami will be coming to PlayStation 4 to coincide with the release of its sequel.
Fans of the Dexter Morgan-method of cutting down on crime are going to be happy now that Dennaton Games has announced a release window for Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.