Beneath the Hotline Miami series’ savagely violent mind-trip lies an acutely intelligent narrative—one that questions players’ moralities. But what I really wanted to know was whether the games’ cover artist would also give free pizza and snacks as his in-game character Beard does. So, I asked him.
No Trace looks like Hitman meets Hotline Miami. It’s a stealth assassination game with disguises and gadgets, but it’s also got slick, blink-and-you’re-dead top-down combat. It’ll be out later this year.
Hotline Miami was generally beloved by players and critics alike when it was released in 2012, with particular praise going towards its violent, hard as nails combat, pulse pounding music, and the simultaneously bright and gritty visual aesthetic.
Christ, do I love Hotline Miami.
Do you like to crowbar people?
Kickstarter’s a place for all types of dreams: promising, unfulfilled, broken, realized. Some of those may be classified as Nightmares. The Kickstarter Hotline Miami Jacket Figure by Dennaton, Devolver Digital and Erick Scarecrow of ESC-Toy Ltd is the sweetest, most beautiful nightmare I never want to wake from.
It’s Hotline Miami and its sequel, bundled together and sold on the Vita in Japan.
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is no ordinary game. That is, until you assume control of “Beard” in the Soldier Levels during war missions in the jungles of Hawaii.
Pour yourself a damn fine cup of coffee and see how director David Lynch directly influenced 17 games, including Zelda: Link's Awakening, Silent Hills, and Life is Strange. Click annotations throughout to skip spoilers.
Whether you want lush orchestral tracks of murderous dance-floor jams, it has been a heck of a couple of weeks for video game music.
Prepare for buckets o' blood, as Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is officially launching on March 10 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Mac, Linux, and Vita.
Well, not banned, more like refused classification, and...hey, wait a minute, weren't we supposed to be over this shit?
PayDay 2 is getting a special Hotline Miami-themed DLC later this month, Overkill Software announced this morning. I wonder what it's gonna be like getting up close and personal with all that ultra-violence!
This 1/6 scale (so around 12") figure of Hotline Miami's Jacket is pretty much everything you could ask for in a Hotline Miami action figure. Nice sneakers, rubber masks and an assortment of brutal weaponry.
A kickstarter just launched for a Hotline Miami articulated one-sixth scale figure designed by Erick Scarecrow:
For one moment, Hotline Miami 2's Steam page showed that it was coming out tomorrow, but it's since switched back to just "2014." A representative for Hotline Miami 2 says the game has no release date yet, so the date was a mistake. Alas.