Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is now set to release in the first quarter of 2015, publisher Devolver Digital has announced.
Devolver Digital also announced a special Collector's Edition which comes with three vinyl records of the game's soundtrack. The $60 Collector’s Edition comes with the records holding the game's 28 songs and a collectible phone card containing a download code for Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number and the full digital soundtrack download on Steam.
The soundtrack includes artists from the first game like M|O|O|N, El Huervo and Perturbator, as well as new artists such as Megadrive, Mitch Murder, and Magic Sword.
You can preorder the Collector's Edition from iam8bit.
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is the sequel to 2012's stylish, ultra violent top-down shooter from independent developer Dennaton Games, which so far has sold more than a million copies. The game was originally set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita this year.
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Earlier this week we learned that Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson purchased a mansion in Beverly Hills, California for $70 million, which Beyonce and Jay-Z were supposedly trying to buy as well.
You can actually see a video tour of the place here, but why settle for a boring, regular video, when you can watch a video tour of the mansion recreated in Minecraft.
That's right, only a couple of days after we learned about Notch's new digs, British Minecrafter Dan Bovey already rebuilt a pretty accurate version of the Los Angeles mansion, which you can see in the video above.
Persson owned a 70 percent stake in Sweden-based developer Mojang when it was sold to Microsoft for $2.5 billion in September this year. He would have made approximately $1.75 billion as a result of the deal. Following the sale, Persson, along with chief executive Carl Manneh and co-founder Jakob Porser, departed the company. The deal saw Mojang join other internal Microsoft game studios including 343 Industries (Halo), Black Tusk Studios (Gears of War), Lionhead Studios (Fable), and Turn 10 Studios (Forza).
Target and Amazon have what is one of the best deals on Xbox One we've seen to date. For $350, you'll get the Xbox One Assassin's Creed Bundle that includes Assassin's Creed Unity and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, as well as $70 gift card.
This effectively brings the price of the Xbox One bundle down to $280.
The deal is available on Target's website now through Saturday, and since Amazon is matching the price, it's likely to expire there around the same time. In short, if it sounds like a good deal, you better grab it by the end of the day.
For more ways to save on gaming this holiday, check out GameSpot's regular Gaming Deals post.
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It's that time of the year when any leftover money you've got after buying gifts, arranging holiday travel, and donating to worthwhile causes is going to go PC games. The Steam Winter sale is live, and we'll be updating this story every day with what we think is the best of the best as well as all of the other day's deals. Things are structured little different this year:
What are you picking up (or hoping to buy) during Valve's quarterly sales event? Let us know in the comments below.
Our pick: Metro 2033 Redux -- $12.49 (-50%)
Metro 2033 was released four years ago, but with the Redux treatment, it's still one of the best-looking first-person shooters on PC. If you didn't play it back then, you owe it to yourself to pick up the discounted version. Read GameSpot's Metro 2033 Redux review and check it out on Steam here.
Other Day 3 Deals:
Our pick: Castle Crashers -- $1.49 (-90%)
At 90% off, there's no reason not to buy developer The Behemoth's colorful beat-em-up. It makes a good gift as well; after all, the game is a lot more fun with friends. Read our Castle Crashers review and check it out on Steam here.
Other Day 2 Deals:
Flash sale round 1:
Flash sale round 2
Our pick: Dark Souls 2 -- $14.70 (63%)
The follow-up to the crazy-hard Demon's Souls and the crazy-hard Dark Souls is... still crazy-hard. The game might not be to everyone's tastes, but it's a series that you have to respect for sticking to its punishing formula. Read our Dark Souls 2 review and check it out on Steam.
Other 48-hour deals:
Community's Choice hasn't kicked off yet, but here are the first six flash sale games:
And an additional six flash games (note that the deals below didn't expire 24 hours after posting.
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