Around AOTF ×
Platforms
More
News

Hotline Miami developer helps pirates update game

by | @AttackFanboy | on October 29, 2012

One of the co-creators of Hotline Miami is hoping to help players with their ill-gotten copies of the recently released indie title. Jonatan Soderstrom recently addressed The Pirate Bay patrons with a request to re-upload a patched version of the game, once it becomes available.

Released last week, the ultra-violent top down retro title scored some pretty high marks from numerous gaming outlets. Soderstrom explained that the team is working on taking care of persisting bugs, and adding extra polish to the game.

“I know what it’s like not having money,” said Soderstrom. “I definitely want people to experience the game the way it’s meant to be experienced. No matter how they got a hold of it.”

Right now, those willing to shell out a few bucks can get a copy of the game via Steam or GOG for $10.

Read This Next
Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: Is this the BSG Game We’ve been Waiting for?
Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: Is this the BSG Game We’ve been Waiting for?

Is Battlestar Galactica about to get the game that it has always deserved? There have been efforts before, some of...

Rumor: This Year’s Steam Sales Dates Have Leaked
Rumor: This Year’s Steam Sales Dates Have Leaked

We are reaching the middle of May and gamers are getting more and more excited by the day: No only...

Alan Wake Price Dropped Ahead of Removal from Steam and Xbox
Alan Wake Price Dropped Ahead of Removal from Steam and Xbox

If you’ve ever thought about buying the 2010 cult classic Alan Wake then now is the time. The game has...

Say Something