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Hotline Miami 2 level editor beta beginning on December 10th

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Hotline Miami 2 kicked open the doors to our PCs in March of this year as the mercilessly brutal sequel to Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital's first fast-paced pixelated assassin action game. Dennaton announced just today that they will be beta testing a level editor for the game starting next month.

Pre-order Hotline Miami 2 to get PayDay 2 crossover DLC

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Hot on the heels of the announcement of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number's release date comes news that DLC based on the gory action game will pop up in PayDay 2.

It'll be no big surprise to anyone that's played the game that we're talking masks here – lots and lots of animal masks. Starbreeze sure does love its collaborations with Dennaton Games.

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number pre-orders begin for March 10th release

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March 10th is getting more and more crowded, and this time it's top-down shooter Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number that's pushing in line. A standard and a Digital Special Edition are now available to pre-order if you're so inclined.

This is the "brutal conclusion" to the violent arcade-style shooter, and has already stirred controversy over that scene. It's time to embrace the "haze of neon and bloodshed."

Hotline Miami 2 designer's response to Aussie fan; “just pirate it”

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Hotline Miami 2 was effectively banned in Australia earlier this week, and developer Dennaton Games is understandably not too happy about it.

If you're Australian and want to play the game, lead designer, Jonatan Söderström has some unconventional advice - pirate the game instead.

Australian ratings board "stretch the facts" in refusing Hotline Miama 2

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Devolver Digital and Dennaton Games are less than impressed by the Australian Classification Board, not just because they refused Hotline Miama 2: Wrong Number a rating, but because 'they lied'.

They're dismayed at the board, who is supposed to judge games "fairly and honestly", would instead choose to "stretch the facts to such a degree" in their report on the top-down shooter.

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