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Warp Pipe, Ep. 5: Hotline Miami

On this week’s blood-soaked episode of Warp Pipe, Goomba Stomp writer Carston Carasella joins us to discuss the faux-retro masterwork: Hotline Miami.

With its addictive soundtrack, twisted gameplay, and utterly unforgiving difficulty, Hotline Miami changed the indie landscape for good when it launched all the way back in 2011, and we chop it down to its nasty little bits on this week’s episode.

Warp Pipe is also available on Google PlayiTunesStitcher and Podbean. Thanks to Aja for our artwork, you can find more of her work here. You can also follow the hosts on Twitter here and here.

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Ricky D Fernandes August 17, 2018 at 10:25 pm

Wait a minute. Wait just a minute. Carston said THE DRIVER. Mike said DRIVE. Which movie are you guys talking about? They are both great. One is better.

Mike Worby August 18, 2018 at 12:53 am

I think Carston confused the movie Drive with the game Driver, but meant to say Drive. Either way Drive is the movie that inspired Hotline Miami.


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