The first time I met Dennis Wedin, co-creator of Hotline Miami, I could not stop looking at his arms. His body is adorned by awesome unique tattoos, and his latest piece takes the cake.
Dennis got a new tattoo on his chest ba... more
Shadow Warrior has another cross-game partnership following its collaborations with Saints Row IV, Viscera Cleanup Detail, Serious Sam 3, and Hotline Miami. Developer Flying Wild Hog worked with Telltale to bring The Walking ... more
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number picks up after the events of the original game and focuses on two different groups of people you'll be playing as. While both groups are very different from one another, they both happen to be d... more
Playing Flying Wild Hog's new take on Shadow Warrior last week at E3 was unexpectedly awesome. It was refreshing, which is an odd comment to make about a game that is decidedly old-school. Slicing apart dudes and demons, it t... more
Hotline Miami is one violent, brutal game. It's also a game where you wear various animal masks. Some cute, some scary, and some totally weird. Nothing brings fear to your enemies like a bunny mask!
Artist Mark Penman wanted to capture the spirit of all the masks and created this absolutely amazing piece of fanart. This needs to be a shirt like right now.
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Pig masks. Are they ever not terrifying? This trailer for Hotline Miami, a mix of live action and footage taken from the top-down action game -- or, in Devolver Digital's words, the "top-down f*ck-'em-up" -- seems like a nat... more
Hotline Miami is a pretty exciting property right now. In case you're late to the party, it's a top-down action game set in Miami where you receive phone calls urging you to put on creepy masks and do violent things. Definite... more
The latest update on Valve's interest in bringing Left 4 Dead 2 and Steam over to Ubuntu was a spot of bright news for Linux users, and there's more where that came from. Croteam and Devolver Digital have announced that Serio... more
At the 2012 Game Developers Conference, publisher Devolver Digital had independent game designers pitch their ideas on a bus. For some strange reason, they let us aboard. More understandably, however, they picked up a promisi... more