Summary: This is a very difficult, fun, game. It has flaws, but one of the main things I like of the game, is the story. It has a variety of different characters with different play styles. Also, the way the game is laid out well, so that makes me think Dennaton put lots of effort and work into this game.
Summary: If you played the first Hotline Miami, then this is a no brainier. Just like the first one, this has to be one of the most addictive games that is under $20 dollars. If you get hit or get shot at, you will die. Once dead you have restart the level or checkpoint and its really stressful if you do.
Summary: This game have original aesthetics, a great soundtrack and a clever storytelling with a nice "meta" touch to it, but more importantly it is a fun and enjoyable shooter experience. On the downside the controls on the PS4 are OK but not that great, and the scoring system could have been clearer.
Summary: With this unforgiving sequel, Dennaton really pushed things to the max, and since its also a finale, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number undeniably nails every aspect that made its predecessor a success with swift ease.
Summary: It is like the first one but with an awful level design and a not interesting plot.You will die a lot, these days it seems fun but 9 out of 10 times here will be because of something shooting from outside of the screen.
Summary: I really liked the original game and I thought I would enjoy its sequel but I feel very disappointed. I liked how the first game was fast paced and how nervous its gameplay was. Although far from perfect, the gameplay in Hotline Miami allowed you to do well.
Summary: First let me say this: do not buy this game unless you've played the first Hotline Miami! You'll need to know the story, mechanics and gameplay before you step into Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. The game is much, much harder than Hotline Miami.