If you are a gamer, and haven?t heard or seen Hotline Miami , then you?re probably missing a lot from the indie gaming scene, which is getting more popular these days. It is a retro-styled game which took its inspiration from the earlier versions of Grand Theft Auto, but without the need of getting glued to your console for hours, because it offers quick sessions that you can choose to play at bursts. For those who hadn?t had enough and can?t have enough of the game, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is on its way and it will have a complete level editor, so you can create your own fiendish levels that you can share with your friends.
The addition of the level ?might be a good hint that this will be the last Hotline Miami game. At least, it will be leaving the gamers a wealth of user-created content, which can be shared easily online.
Players will be able to set up their room, complete with every tool needed to get a game level going. They can decorate their own levels with almost anything that you can find in the first and second game. Of course, they can also assign when and where their enemies will pop out and hunt you down. Weapons these goons can carry, are also assignable.
With the brutal nature of Hotline Miami, it is predictable that user-generated levels with crazy, sadistic difficulties and challenges will be around. Even the CFO of Developer Digital, Fork Parker, is already having some good use with it.
?Dennaton Games has agreed to let me create a level called Ford Parker?s Mansion of Pain. One room is just seven dogs and a dude with an Uzi. Good luck, nerds.?
The game will be out in the third quarter of this year and will be available on Windows PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.