Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Review | Gamerevolution

The original Hotline Miami was a game that gleefully stood on a very thin line between beauty and barbarism. Throbbing with vibrance and energy, the explicit gore that soaked its walls and floorboards was complemented by tightly woven mechanics, a pulsating, gripping soundtrack, and an obtuse story that remained a topic for discussion two years after protagonist Jacket had lay down his gun and lit up a cigarette on that balcony. Much like Drive, the movie that served as a great inspiration for the game’s developer Dennaton Games, Hotline Miami came out of nowhere and proved to be a hit, with its sequel not just one of the most highly anticipated indie games of the year, but one of the most anticipated games of the year period. It pains me to admit, then, that Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is quite the disappointment.

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