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I put about 140 hours into this game. I have no shame.

The Case For the Vita: My Little Indie Machine

Written by (@robotmilk) on June 3, 2014 in Opinion

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Last year, I had a JRPG itch. Bad. You know, that craving where every few years or so you have this uncontrollable urge to play a turn based Japanese role playing game? With its ever dramatic, esoteric story lines, nonsensical battle mechanics, and ones that require you grind your characters like crazy? (I might be… Read More »


Review: Hotline Miami

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Hotline Miami was one of the massive surprise hits of the indie games scene last year. The brutal combat, the fantastic soundtrack and the insane plot all helped to create one of the most unique and violent experiences available. With Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number releasing this year, Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital have released… Read More »


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Hotline Miami Patch Adds New Level, Controller Support and More

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on November 5, 2012 in News

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When Hotline Miami launched only a short while ago, the game had a number of issues related to it’s “Day One” patch. The patch added controller support, however when you tried to use a controller, the support actually didn’t work. It caused the game to be unplayable in this state. As a result, Dennaton Games… Read More »


Review: Hotline Miami

Written by on October 24, 2012 in

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Games that try to center on violence often times fail miserably. Take the Manhunt series, for instance. The games in the series were, for all intents and purposes, built to simply showcase brutality. The plot was a paper thin excuse to allow for the violent murder of as many people as the game could throw… Read More »


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Hotline Miami Launch Trailer Has A Lot Of Blood

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on October 23, 2012 in News

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Today is the big day for Dennaton Games and publisher Devolver Digital, as Hotline Miami is available across a wide variety of digital stores. To celebrate the release, Devolver Digital has released this new, fully live-action trailer. The trailer heavily evokes the style of the film Drive, which was one of the chief influences on… Read More »


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Drive, Oldboy and Hotline Miami: Making Violence Interesting

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on October 18, 2012 in Opinion

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I am particularly fond of the independent video game scene. I cried when I finished To The Moon by Freebird Games, got completely freaked out when playing The Fourth Wall by Jesse Ceranowicz and Retro City Rampage is quickly becoming one of my favorite games of the year. However, there’s one game that keeps sticking… Read More »


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Hotline Miami Trailer asks “Why Are You Wearing That Mask?”

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on October 17, 2012 in News

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With Hotline Miami less than a week away from launch, Machinima has an exclusive trailer giving players a look at the different masks within the game. Each mask that the nameless protagonist wears imbues different abilities, allowing for different kinds of gameplay. The “Zack” masks allows for longer combos while the “Carl” masks seems to… Read More »


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Wear Something Fancy for This Hotline Miami Trailer

Written by (@katanasquirrel) on October 12, 2012 in News

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Hotline Miami is quickly becoming one of my most hotly anticipated games of the year. Developed by Dennaton and being published by Devolver Digital, Hotline Miami takes place in a 1989 Miami, Florida. It follows a lunatic protagonist who takes out various members of the Miami underground crime scene at the behest of voice mail… Read More »