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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:17pm 20/08/19 | 0 Comments
Which is weird because Hotline Miami 2 was refused classification way back in 2015 by the Australian Classification Board for its implied depiction of sexual violence. Fast forward to 2019, and the release of the Hotline Miami Collection for Nintendo Switch finally sees the game playable and purchasable in Australia.

So then, what's changed? Apparently nothing, according to Devolver. With this release being slapped with an MA15+ rating by the automated submission process via the International Age Rating Coalition (IARC). And on that front this doesn't necessareily mean that Hotline Miami 2 will get an official release in Australia. This Switch release could even get banned and removed from sale at any moment.



So then, we should all probably grab a copy Hotline Miami Collection before someone at the ratings board wakes up - available now for $37.50 on the Nintendo eShop.



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