Hotline Miami is coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita this spring, according to a video published today on publisher Devolver Digital's YouTube channel.
The developer has been teasing an announcement in recent days, including a picture posted to Yfrog earlier today showing a screenshot that references a start button you wouldn't expect to see on its Windows PC port. Check out the video above to see the console and handheld ports in action. If you haven't waded into Hotline Miami's retro-styled murderous action, be sure to check out our review.
Dutch developer Abstraction Games is working on the ports, which will support Sony's Cross Buy program. Announced last August, Cross Buy allows those who purchase a game on one version of Sony's hardware to unlock it for free on the...
The indie game pummels together bits of various genres — strategy, roleplaying, adventure, dual-stick shooters — into one of the most disorienting experiences of last year. It simply doesn't play like anything else.
The brain-singeing acid blip soundtrack and the eye-tearing 2D glitch graphics channel bad drug trips and snuff films. The story, which is both humane and meta, reveals itself like a rotten onion, with smelly, awful truth waiting in its core.
Which is to say, we like it. In my case, a lot.
Where did Hotline Miami rank on your personal end-of-year list? And where would you set the sequel? Let's discuss!
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The L.A. Game Space Kickstarter campaign makes a lot of enticing promises. For $15, backers receive 30 original games made by the developers of Hotline Miami, Adventure Time, QWOP, The Unfinished Swan, Nidhogg and more. If backers donate more, they will receive a pixel portrait by the artists who worked on Canabalt, The Hunger Games iOS game, Super TIME Force and Spelunky. But perhaps the biggest promise the campaign is making is the establishment of a creative and nurturing game space in Los Angeles – a place where ideas are cultivated and celebrated. A place where everyone is welcome.
L.A. Game Space currently has 30 developers on board with an advisory board that includes the likes of the IGF's Brandon Boyer, Mossmouth's Derek Yu, Funomena's Robin Hunicke and UCSB's Jeremy...