Reviews and Problems with Hector: Badge of Carnage - Episode 1: We Negotiate With Terrorists
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1 January 2014
Summary: If you thought Leisure Suit Larry was funny and awesome. This is for you. I don't. Me and my mates down the pub crack cleverer and filthier jokes than this. But with its style it was always going to be divisive.
Summary: Awful game with awful humor. Its not just controversial, its venomous and dumb. There is no limit the developer will not pass in terms of raunchiness and violence. The result of capitalism's dark side.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I got this game in an indie bundle sale. It's a point and click puzzle game about Hector, an alcoholic, smoking, foul-mouthed detective. After playing for half an hour, I uninstalled it in disgust. Combining a rope and a condom to fish a paperclip out of a dirty toilet? Well, that's not my idea of humor, and that was just the first scene.
Summary: A modern-day, classic adventure game. If it doesn't remind you of the good ol' SCUMM days, then I'm not sure what will. Like everyone says: it's lewd, crude, rude, and awesome dude! (I apologize for the horrible, horrible rhyme). This game just might beat any of TellTale's modern adventure games.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Definetly one of the best adventure game I've played in years. To me it's a must have. Very good graphics (and style), extremely funny and original dialogs and, of course... HECTOR!
Summary: Hector: Badge of Carnage is a very funny game. Set in Clapper'ss Wreak, the worst **** in the history of mankind, this game has you playing as Hector, an unclassy, mean-spirited drunk, who happens to be a detective, and a very good one i might add. A terrorist with hostages takes over a building, and you have to comply with his demands, which will have you solving all sorts of challenging puzzles all over town.