From Leprechauns to Our Little People: Respect Matters
What’s more Irish than a leaping, green-garbed leprechaun, hoisting a pint of ale and stashing his gold coins at the bottom of a rainbow? Pretty much anything. According to California State University’s Yeats instructor Warren Wedin, that description originated as an American version of an ancient Irish male fairy.
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The long anticipated sequel to indie game Hotline Miami, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is here and it’s more top down guns and violence from Dennaton Games aka Jonatan ‘Cactus’ Söderström and Dennis Wedin. The story continues to follow Jacket on his nefarious and criminal adventures all in retro lo-fi graphics and noise.
This is part 1 of a gameplay through video of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Warning: contains guns, blood, violence and masks.
Here’s Phanpy in my second attempt to make Pokemon heads in the style of Hotline Miami. I’m not feeling too hot about this one, in my attempt to rotate his head, I covered his happy mouth.
I am picking up on their shading techniques but more and more I am convinced Pokemon don’t have enough details for them to pull off the signature grungy look of Hotline Miami. However, looking at Donphan, I think he could pull of the Hotline Miami look, I may have to give it another go.