Hector: Badge of Carnage
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Also known as the "Fat Arse of the Law”, Hector is the flawed, misanthropic Detective Inspector with the Clappers Wreake Police Service. Violent, drunken, callous, vulgar, sarcastic, bloody minded - on a good day. His philosophy: everyone is guilty.
Clappers Wreake - the town that took the "Great" out of Britain - is a festering, pus-ridden ulcer on the underbelly of society. It's where murder is just one shot in a toxic cocktail of crime and the answers are written in blood. Sometimes pee... but mostly blood.
When a hostage crisis erupts in the centre of Clappers Wreake, Hector has to make a choice: carry out a terrorist's demands, or let innocent hostages die. Hector's still on the fence.
All 3 episodes available now get the full season!
Episode 1: We Negotiate with Terrorists:
When a hostage crisis erupts in the centre of Clappers Wreake, Hector has to make a choice: carry out a terrorist’s demands, or let innocent hostages die. Hector’s still on the fence.
Episode 2: Senseless Acts of Justice:
Hunting a psychopath, Hector is pulled down a twisted trail of meat, sin, sleaze, and more meat.
Episode 3: Beyond Reasonable Doom:
Can Hector escape his squalid demise and stagger back to Clappers Wreake to save it from extinction?
A very crazy parody on Englandcommanderhavoc | Dec. 6, 2013 | See all commanderhavoc's reviews »
Welcome to Clappers Wreake, the absolute worst town ever in Britain where crime rate is always high and most of the people living there are a bunch of nutcases. You play as Detective Inspector Hector who is a fat, violent, very vulgar and quite rude all the time that gets called to the scene of a hostage situation where he is given a list of tasks by the hostage taker that has to be done before the day is over, or else something really REALLY bad will happen to the town. There's plenty of rude humor abound in the game and while it might not be for everyone, you will get a chuckle every now and then out of it. If you love Telltale's adventure games and wants something that is quite vulgar in adventure games, then you might wanna give this one a try.
Telltale doing what they do bestrstokes | May 24, 2013 | See all rstokes's reviews »
Another great telltale adventure game, The jokes may be forced at times, but for the most part its a funny game. Not quite sure how i feel about the whole "episodes" thing yet, at first glance it seems like a way to sell a single game 4 or 5 times, but since telltale doesnt sell individual episodes im quite confused as to what the point is. Pverall its a great game worth a playthrough or two