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Do you like hurting other people?
— Richard

Named after his distinctive attire, the man known as Jacket is the protagonist of the video game Hotline Miami. A guilt-ridden veteran with dwindling sanity, Jacket is manipulated into committing acts of mass violence against the Russian mob.

Jacket was an American veteran of the Soviet-American War, having been discharged after the Americans pulled out of Hawaii. The war ended when the Soviets bombed San Francisco, killing Jacket's war buddy, Beard. Jacket retired to a shabby apartment in Miami, Florida. One day, he began receiving mysterious voicemails that instructed him to commit massacres at various locations controlled by the Russian mafia. Still seething with hatred towards Russians for the death of Beard, Jacket obeyed. Behind the messages was an organization called 50 Blessings that desired the breakdown of the peace between the US and the Soviet Union.

One of Jacket's messages instructed him to murder a rogue operative of 50 Blessings. When he failed, the organization sent another operative to murder Jacket. The operative killed Jacket's girlfriend and put him into a coma. Believing the mafia to be responsible, Jacket awakened and escaped police custody to seek revenge. Jacket hunted down the leader of the Russian mafia and murdered him before allowing himself to be arrested. 50 Blessings was ultimately successful and, after the American president and the Soviet premier were assassinated, nuclear war broke out. Miami was bombed and Jacket was killed in the blast, having never discovered the truth.

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Battle vs. Martin Riggs (by Laquearius)[]

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Battle vs. Trevor Philips (by Rare Female Online)[]

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