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Submitted by bggriffiths 278d ago | news

Hotline Miami Now Going for 65p. Yes, Really.

Dealspwn writes: I've seen a few deals for under £2, but this is getting ridiculous now. At 65p, you really should see what all the fuss is about with the angry little thing that is Hotline Miami. After all, there'll be a sequel for you to get excited about soon too. This is the sort of game that the hacks at The Daily Mail had nightmares about in the 90s. The 8-bit stylings will give older gamers a constant nostalgia rush in this top-down shooter that can be tough as nails, but the frantic gameplay keeps you coming back for more. Don't forget to check out Jon's 9/10 review. (Hotline Miami, PC)

DivineAssault  +   279d ago
this game got really great scores but after the 4th stage, i got bored with it.. Idk, maybe its jus not for me.. It wasnt bad by any means but wasnt as great as id hoped..

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