Apparently, there is a flood of classic DOS-like games that are available on GOG.com. And what’s the most striking is that all those games (Like Resonance) are old school games that resemble those we used to play back in the 90s: Monkey Island, Duke Nukem II or Wolfenstein3D to cite a few. And beside Resonance by Vince Twelve which really deserves awards, there is another game, unreleased at the time of this writing, which strikes me too. Its name is Hotline Miami and at the first sight, it looks like those an old classic we put it in a dust box and forget about it. And no. Hotline Miami is a 2012 video game developed by a joint-efforts between Dennation Digital & Devolver Digital
There is a video available on YouTube which promotes the game. Hotline Miami uses the bird-eye view and is filled with super violence. Yes, you probably guess it. It’s like the old classic GTA (Grand Theft Auto) released on DOS back in 1997. And what’s is striking is Hotline Miami is close to those games released on Gameboy Advance in term of graphics.
In the official GOG.com, the game’s promise is all about violence and brutality. Taking place in an alternate 1989, you assume the role of an antihero who goes on murderous rampage against the shady underworld at the behest of voices on your answering machine. Soon you’ll find yourself struggling to get a grip of what is going on and why you are prone to these acts of violence.