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El inspector Hector: un hombre de la ley de cabeza dura y tripa blanda de Clappers Wreake, una ciudad que quita la parte de 'Gran' a 'Gran Bretaña'. Es violento, borracho y tiene cierto gusto por todo lo que tiene que ver con lo criminal, corrupto o cubierto de curry.

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  • Episodio 1 – We Negotiate with Terrorists:
    Cuando estalla una crisis con rehenes en el centro de Clappers Wreake, Hector tiene que tomar una decisión: acceder a las peticiones de los terroristas o dejar morir a rehenes inocentes. Hector sigue entre la espada y la pared.
  • Episodio 2 – Senseless Acts of Justice:
    Mientras caza a un psicópata, Hector se ve arrastrado a una retorcida senda de carne, pecado, sordidez y más carne.
  • Episodio 3 – Beyond Reasonable Doom:
    ¿Puede Hector escapar de su miserable retiro y arrastrarse de vuelta a Clappers Wreak para salvarla de su extinción?

Requisitos del sistema

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Mac OS X
    Mínimo:
    • SO: XP / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 1.8 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro:
    • Gráficos: ATI o nVidia con 256 MB de RAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Necesario dispositivo de audio
    Recomendado:
    • SO: XP / Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: Pentium 4 a 2.0 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 3 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: ATI o nVidia con 512 MB de RAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Se necesita un dispositivo de audio
    • SO: OS X versión Snow Leopard 10.6.3 o posterior
    • Procesador: Intel a 2.3 Ghz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta de 512 MB nVidia o ATI
    • Extra: No recomendado para Mac Minis o MacBooks de la primera generación
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LonM
( 3.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de abril
Hector is a point-and-click adventure game with a lot of vulgar humour. I'm not entirely sure why it got made as 3 separate games instead of being packaged into one, so this review is for all 3 together. Total playtime ended up between 6-8 hours.

The art in this game is very comical and fits nicely with the sort of jokes in the game. It's high-quality with just a few spotty patches in the entire series. The voice acting in this is very good, with a wide range of 'british' accents, which help to add to the wide variety of amusing characters.

The humour, as mentioned, is very vulgar, so it won't be to everyones liking. It ranges from chav humour, to off-colour jokes about the local deadbeat population. Surprisingly, it manages to do so without resorting to a waterfall of swear words, with Hector showing off a wider vocabulary than you might initally expect, which really adds to the humour. There are also a few meta-jokes in there for good measure, which aren't too in-your-face.

The puzzles in this game are generally pretty good, with solutions that need you to think a bit, but aren't ridiculously complicated or out of the box. Its your standard p&c puzzles of helping out characters to get items to progress with others. There were one or two spots that left me stumped, but the in-game help is very good at giving both subtle and obvious hints at how to solve things. The way you can interact when you get to play as both lambert and hector at once is a nice way to spice things up.

My real complaint with this game is the interface. I never really got the hang of click once to view and click twice to interact, and often trying to double click just gets interpreted as a single click. Plus, on a 1080x1920 screen, the scenes sort of got squashed into a 1080x1400 letterboxed screen. A bit annoying.

But other than interface issues, this is a good p&c adventure game, and if you like a vulgar/british stereotype style of humour, then its definitely worth playing.
BrutolMotent
( 2.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de marzo
Hector: Badge of Carnage is a hidden gem in the TellTale Adventure games. You play as Hector, a crude and vulgar British Detective over 3 episodes which are all linked together very well. The storyline and characters you meet are interesting and are always surprising. The writing, voice acting and comedy are superb and the hand drawn characters and environments are all well done. If you're looking for a comedic point and click adventure game, this is a must have! I wish TellTale would come out with more episodes!
JKDarkseid
( 2.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 10 de marzo
Really good point and click game with some cynical, offensive humor that actually got me quite a few times. I'd throw out warnings for some bad sex worker jokes in the first part, but it improves significantly from there.
tm.dump
( 3.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 4 de febrero
Funny. I don't have much patience for quests lately but I had great fun on this one
Tonykov
( 3.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de enero
4/10
Elwood Blues
( 3.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de enero
1. Bad words. As NOT an Engligh native speaker, sometimes I have no idea what`s going on and WTF is that guy talking about, sometimes I even wonder what kind language is that?!
2. Dirty jokes.
3. Stupid story.
4. So many kinds of realistic freak.
5. Things we want to do to others but we can`t, somehow Hector did all of these craps.
6. Just like watch an adult swim cartoon with the chav accent.
7. Get insulted and roasted by hints.
But all in good ways.

So,
Some weird achievements?
Some cards and who cares badge?
Some new stories?

7/10 a big wimp to EP4
Lucky Shot
( 2.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de enero
The game is amazing, with a lot of dark humor and a funny storyline. What enraged me though is that I accidentally skipped a mission. What I mean is that, without knowing about it, I accidentally did the final mission of episode 2, without having to do a previous one, which was supposed to be obligatory to finish the second episode. I hope I explained it well enough. I'll still give it a positive review though, because it's a very well-made game and I love its dark humor.
igordonin
( 4.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de enero
This game was so much fun!
Although the puzzles are not at all difficult, and some might be so lame that it becomes hard, the story and dialogues are just great.
Go for it if you want some lol
Cattail
( 2.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 8 de enero
Hector: The badge of Carnage is sold as full package that includes all of the episodes, so I’ll give my review as a single game even though it has three separate executables. The series tells a single story arching over the three episodes and therefore act as one in that sense as well.

A terrorist is on loose at Clappers Wreake and it’s your job as titular Hector to save the town. Very little is actually worth saving since the place is run down and infested with trash – both literal and as in its citizens. In your aid is an annoying and useless (the game’s own words) sidekick called Lambert. Hector himself is no ordinary policeman and neither are his methods: There is not a single decent thing you do in this game! You have to insult people, drug people, cheat people. You’ll participate in organ trading, church burning and evidence forging among other things. I especially liked the part where you beat up a dairy farmer.

This might seem as crude and you can be sure it is. It’s all presented with loads of dark and tasteless humour that you either love or you hate. Every human orifice and fluids found within gets some time in the spotlight. I kind of liked the totally absurd conversation options and just listening to the madness. Puzzles are relatively easy and you can breeze through most of the game. There is a really generous hint system if you ever get stuck and even a full walkthough can be found in the menus.

Graphics have nothing to give praise for. Animation is there just to get the job done but it's not very polished. The game does support wide range of resolutions, at least up to 1920x1080, but the assets are not 16:9. Instead the game leaves black bars on both sides of the screen and it’s really hard to tell any meaningful difference between the resolution settings. The graphical quality cannot be customised any other way. I didn’t notice any crashing, bugs etc. during my playthrough, which took about 4 hours per episode.

Hector’s voice acting really hits the spot and his delivery combined with the horrible things he’s saying is what kept me motivated. Every character has a thick British accent with a lot of slang that is at times hard to understand. No matter, since every unfamiliar word is an insult anyway. Whatever other sounds or music there was didn't make any impact.

I’m a little bit ashamed to admit it but I laughed far more than anyone should at this game. I have given warnings about the content and if it still sounds like something you might enjoy, you’ll get your moneys worth. Recommended!
SuperDean
( 4.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de diciembre de 2015
wow i just got done playing that it was grate. if you ever wanted to be a cop AND a jerk AND be good at the same time this is the game for you!
Keef
( 3.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 2 de diciembre de 2015
The Hector titles are VERY funny point and click adventures. Buy this today and enjoy the jokes. It's a good game!
ST3AMPUNKWATCHMAN
( 3.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 28 de noviembre de 2015
Great series! Would love to see more of Hector in the future. He may be an ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ but he is the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ who will save Clapers Wreake. This game includes the essential dialog, blantant jokes, action ,subtle jokes, puzzels, and sexual jokes. All wrapped up in a very British Point n Click Noir that deserves more recognition!
malcolmmackay224
( 6.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de octubre de 2015
Very fun adventure. Not for those who insist on polical correctness though.

This one has actual puzzles unlike the more recent games released by Telltale.
mc0157
( 3.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 5 de octubre de 2015
Just a short review on this one.

You play as Hector and occasionly his much abused partner, Lambert. Together you must stop a criminal master mind from destroying your thoroughly detested town, it won a award for it, of clappers wreake. You will have to leave no garbage can un rummaged and no stain uninvestigated. You will also have to keep finding your clothes.

Can you keep Hector out of his favorite bar long enough to crack the case?

This a pretty good point and click adventure. If youy like stories that are parodies of their genre then you'll proably get this one. Quite a bit of the humor is low brow, I didn't find it too offensive myself, so you might want to watch who's around if your playing with your speakers on or the youngin's might find some interesting names to experiment with. The game basically reminded of a british "The Naked Gun".

The game is made up of three parts. In each part you have to solve the various puzzles to move on. I didn't find the puzzles to be to much of a brain twister, but there are couple that had me scratching my head for awhile. Luckily there is a built in hint system if the games wacky humor has you wanting to guide Hector off the nearest roof or something.

All in all give this one a shot if you like parodies, british humor, and point and click adventures. You might just get a laugh or two.
spiritworld
( 4.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de septiembre de 2015
pros:
+british english
+most poetical dialogs I've ever seen (in british english)
+imaginative cursing (in british english)
+puns (in british english)

cons:
-audio is a bit low quality
-not challenging enough
RPINerd
( 0.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de septiembre de 2015
Point and Click adventures are a finicky bunch; regardless of whether the genre as a whole appeals to you or not, there are always a few titles that you will love simply because of the thematic material. I personally find myself on a fine edge with the genre. I tend to get frustrated easily with the Sierra logic puzzles but at the same time I will often stick it out simply to see the next moment of storytelling. This can hold true even if the characters are not ones I have previously been invested in.

Sadly I just was not impressed by Hector. I made it maybe halfway through the first chapter/episode/adventure/whatever and just had no desire to suffer through the point and click gameplay to see the story pan out. I only briefly started the second iteration/sequel/whatever and it was just more of the same. The gameplay was by no means flawed and the art was actually rather marvelous, but Hector as a character just did not appeal to me.

Obviously I have no way to concisely convey all of my tastes in entertainment so I think my best advice would be to check out the trailers for the game, and maybe watch the first 10-15 minutes of gameplay on youtube. If you like the humor and the narrative then definitely pick up the trilogy when it goes on sale next. Otherwise, there are tons of other franchises out there to enjoy. I personally love the Wallace and Grommit titles, as well as the Back to the Future series.
RaBBiT aka Saponetta
( 3.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de septiembre de 2015
Must play game, It's so damn funny!

Alt F4! AndreSitoOole
( 3.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de agosto de 2015
Me encantan estos tipos de juegos, y Hector no se queda atras.
Es muy bueno y he de confesar que he usado pistas alguna que otra vez :P
Lo recomiendo y mucho :D
A.D.Mynx
( 3.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 4 de julio de 2015
Absolute my fav. adventure game!
This is game is awesome like monkey island was long ago. ^^
SamSimon
( 2.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 17 de junio de 2015
This point&click adventure is really funny. Puzzles are decently complicated, the story makes sense in its own way, and what will keep you interested is the fantastic (and really cynical) humour. Don't get fooled by the thick British accent: it's not just about British humour! There's some "heavy" stuff involving taking a crap to make a building explode, and using drug addicts to get refunds. And much more.

It's certainly worth paying a few euros/dollars/pounds for 10 hours (maybe slightly less, I'm counting the three episodes all together) of entertaining dialogues and puzzles.
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Hector: Badge of Carnage is a hidden gem in the TellTale Adventure games. You play as Hector, a crude and vulgar British Detective over 3 episodes which are all linked together very well. The storyline and characters you meet are interesting and are always surprising. The writing, voice acting and comedy are superb and the hand drawn characters and environments are all well done. If you're looking for a comedic point and click adventure game, this is a must have! I wish TellTale would come out with more episodes!
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Really good point and click game with some cynical, offensive humor that actually got me quite a few times. I'd throw out warnings for some bad sex worker jokes in the first part, but it improves significantly from there.
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Hector: The badge of Carnage is sold as full package that includes all of the episodes, so I’ll give my review as a single game even though it has three separate executables. The series tells a single story arching over the three episodes and therefore act as one in that sense as well.

A terrorist is on loose at Clappers Wreake and it’s your job as titular Hector to save the town. Very little is actually worth saving since the place is run down and infested with trash – both literal and as in its citizens. In your aid is an annoying and useless (the game’s own words) sidekick called Lambert. Hector himself is no ordinary policeman and neither are his methods: There is not a single decent thing you do in this game! You have to insult people, drug people, cheat people. You’ll participate in organ trading, church burning and evidence forging among other things. I especially liked the part where you beat up a dairy farmer.

This might seem as crude and you can be sure it is. It’s all presented with loads of dark and tasteless humour that you either love or you hate. Every human orifice and fluids found within gets some time in the spotlight. I kind of liked the totally absurd conversation options and just listening to the madness. Puzzles are relatively easy and you can breeze through most of the game. There is a really generous hint system if you ever get stuck and even a full walkthough can be found in the menus.

Graphics have nothing to give praise for. Animation is there just to get the job done but it's not very polished. The game does support wide range of resolutions, at least up to 1920x1080, but the assets are not 16:9. Instead the game leaves black bars on both sides of the screen and it’s really hard to tell any meaningful difference between the resolution settings. The graphical quality cannot be customised any other way. I didn’t notice any crashing, bugs etc. during my playthrough, which took about 4 hours per episode.

Hector’s voice acting really hits the spot and his delivery combined with the horrible things he’s saying is what kept me motivated. Every character has a thick British accent with a lot of slang that is at times hard to understand. No matter, since every unfamiliar word is an insult anyway. Whatever other sounds or music there was didn't make any impact.

I’m a little bit ashamed to admit it but I laughed far more than anyone should at this game. I have given warnings about the content and if it still sounds like something you might enjoy, you’ll get your moneys worth. Recommended!
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Great series! Would love to see more of Hector in the future. He may be an ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ but he is the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ who will save Clapers Wreake. This game includes the essential dialog, blantant jokes, action ,subtle jokes, puzzels, and sexual jokes. All wrapped up in a very British Point n Click Noir that deserves more recognition!
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HECTOR: Mi héroe

En la ciudad más peligrosa del mundo, el departamento de policía de Clappers Wreak se encarga de... Qué narices, controla a Hector y a su compañero Lambert, para llevar a cabo el esclarecimiento de uno de los casos más peligrosos de esta "idílica" ciudad. Mientras resuelves problemas entre prostitutas, chulos, drogadictos, corrupción y entre otras cosas, mucho amor por el lenguaje soez, empápate del carácter de un inspector de policía que en resumidas cuentas, es un cerdo egocéntrico y machista.

Una aventura de Telltale, que desconozco cómo ha podido pasar tan desapercibida. Me encanta de principio a fin. Eso sí, si no os manejáis medianamente bien con el inglés, olvidadlo. Curioso sin embargo, que se incluyan diferentes acentos ingleses. Curioso y desternillante.
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Buena aventura grafica, bastante mas de corte clasico que las ultimas de Telltale, y que va mejorando con cada capitulo.

Los dialogos son muy buenos, y mola escuchar distintos acentos ingleses para cada personaje (tambien hay una traduccion al castellano externa que funciona de maravillas, pero se pierde ese toque del audio), tiene buenos graficos y musica pero en ningun caso es su punto fuerte, siendo los puzzles lo mas importante en un juego de este tipo y estando bastante bien servido todo el juego, si bien algunos son algo complicados de resolver a primera vista.

Una pena que pasara sin demasiada pena ni gloria, merece darle una oportunidad.
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Me encantan estos tipos de juegos, y Hector no se queda atras.
Es muy bueno y he de confesar que he usado pistas alguna que otra vez :P
Lo recomiendo y mucho :D
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“If I could get off this thing I’d come over, shake your hand and say congratulations, you’re ret@rded.”

There is no mistake that the humour in this game series is the highlight of the whole experience. It’s a slightly darkish humour but funny none the less. Especially if you get the quirky little remarks and references only a fellow brit would.

Hector: Badge of Carnage is a point and click adventure game set in a small ♥♥♥♥♥♥ British town that has been overrun with corruption and lack of giving a toss. Full of chavs, junkies, prozzies and rather crappy coppers you play as Hector, a questionable detective who is going to help the town, catch the bad guy and save the day!
…so he can indirectly help himself to probably go back to the pub or for a kip.

Dialog in this game is very amusing, at least it was to me. I would recommend the game for that alone.

Characters are enjoyable most of the time, the main ones are loveable, the… chav and junkie extras and whatnot not so much. But they’re WRITTEN to be annoying! So good job, old bean!

What I remember of the music wasn’t bad. Didn’t make me want to pull my hair out so that’s a good start.

Graphics are nice, I enjoy classic point and clicks more so then the newer ones and this game series is definitely one that should be on the list for anyone that likes the same.

Literally the only problem I had with this series is that I had a crash during the second episode. I lost no progress but it was still mildly annoying. Apart from that and me having a slow start with it (probably the old point and click brain trying to boot up again) I haven’t a bad word to say about it.


TL;DR : Great/slightly dark British humour, amusing characters, nice graphics and an all-around great little series, I recommend any point and click fan buys it.
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It's pretty much Rosetta Stone for British Slang. 8/10, I now know what a "tosser" is.
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If stuffing a comatose heroin addict into a love doll box and returning him to a adult toy store for an exchange offends you, then this is not the game for you!

Is it a fun adventure game? Yes. Not a very challenging adventure game but it is fun.

Is the storyline fun? Yes, although there is a LOT of british slang dialogue, it's not hard to understand the humor.

Would I replay this game, probably not, but that won't stop me from giving it a rating of 7/10.



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+ Funny game with excellent dialogue. Lots of British slang. The mechanics of the game is simple: click once to See an item, double-click to Use it. All 3 episodes are connected, but Episode 2 is probably my favourite because it has the largest number of locations. The story isn't the greatest, but there is a big plot-twist at the end of Episode 2.

- The graphics are cute but the game's maximum resolution is quite-small, and doesn't support wide-screen.
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This point&click adventure is really funny. Puzzles are decently complicated, the story makes sense in its own way, and what will keep you interested is the fantastic (and really cynical) humour. Don't get fooled by the thick British accent: it's not just about British humour! There's some "heavy" stuff involving taking a crap to make a building explode, and using drug addicts to get refunds. And much more.

It's certainly worth paying a few euros/dollars/pounds for 10 hours (maybe slightly less, I'm counting the three episodes all together) of entertaining dialogues and puzzles.
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Very fun and the puzzles are relatively easy and logical. The dialogs are funny and good for learning Cockney English... so that's a plus!
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Note that even if the title says "Hector: Episode 3", the review is for the full 3-episode series.

Detective Inspector Hector is sort of like The Dude. He's the right man for his place and time. Hector is a cop in the degenerate town of Clappers Wreake, a place which has so abandoned the notion of anything wholesome that the street out front of the police station itself features ♥♥♥♥♥s, drunks, and looting.

And so the story is set in motion: a sniper appears in a window in town, gunning down police and boasting a roomful of hostages. Hector is called to the scene to deliver his unique brand of justice, only to be set on a series of errands for the mysterious gunman who claims only to have the betterment of Clappers Wreake at heart.

Hector is fat, blunt, rude, an alcoholic, and not a connoisseur of self-respect. He's every ounce as much of a degenerate as the rest of the population, but he's smarter than a good deal of them, and he's willing to do what it takes to save the day. For... well, some reason or other, anyways.

Hector: Badge of Carnage contains a lot of crude humor. The first screen of the first game involves fishing in a disgusting toilet with a used condom. But there's an interesting wit about it - particularly in Hector's observations on the situation. Yeah, this series is for the immature, through and through. But it's a sarcastic immaturity that's aware of its actions, and doesn't just settle for, "Look, poop, ha ha!" as an entire joke.

The voicework is not a highlight. The first game sounds as though it's voiced entirely by one guy speaking into his laptop's built-in microphone. The second game adds a genuine female voice to the cast, but that's still only two voices, seemingly digitally altered to sound more diverse. At the very least, the delivery's good, so it's nothing that'll ruin your experience.

On the whole, the puzzles are decent enough. The third game has a habit of making new elements appear in locations you've already visited, and then not alerting you to them, so that you have to stumble across them in a fit of random, confused wandering. But overall, I like Hector: Badge of Carnage. And if, like me, you're both an adventure game fan and a scumbag, then you probably will, too.
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Publicado el 11 de marzo de 2014
This review is for the series as a whole. Hector: Badge of Carnage is a point & click game, the style and humour of the game isn't for everyone, frequently being offensive and vulgar but never the less i found it hilarious. I think you'll either love it or you'll hate it, so be warned. The player takes control of Hector a drunk, mean, unclassy detective, that happens to be quite good at his job, to save the town Clapper's Wreake from a terrorist attack.

Unfortunatly there isn't really much replay value, but what's there story/graphics/voice acting etc is great for the type of game.

7/10
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3.3 h registradas
Publicado el 8 de mayo de 2014
Really fun adventure game. Nice humor and puzzles, for example how do you use a British flag? To wipe the ♥♥♥ definitely. Or how many beans fits into a classic british car? 1 of course. Puzzles are not hard but not too easy and you'll have a good laugh while playing. It has 3 episodes, 2-3 hours each.
- Mr. Kalashnikov from Smegmavia.
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2.8 h registradas
Publicado el 31 de agosto de 2014
This was a pretty enjoyable experience overall, the game is a bit short for it's price range and it has a few bugs here and there but it is worth a buy when it goes on sale.
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5.0 h registradas
Publicado el 15 de septiembre de 2014
Hector: Badge of Carnage is a decent adventure game. I was never disappointed with the responses I received from Hector when interacting with his environment and with others as the dialog is varied and entertaining. I thought the puzzles were fairly easy, but Hector's partner, Lambert, was able to provide clues in a roundabout way had it been necessary. There was even a hint option beyond that, unbelievably.

However, the game isn't without it's flaws. In fact, it suffers from a few glaring issues that make me just about want to not recommend this game and they both involve the voice dialog.

Firstly, there only seems to be three or four voice actors for the entire game. One voice sounds like an Asian making a pathetic attempt at a Brittish/Scottish accent and every time I heard this voice it grated on my nerves. Secondly, some of the dialog has horrendous production value and sounds as if it were recorded with an extremely cheap desktop microphone with its gain set to max. A third notable but much less irritating issue is that some of the text and voice didn't match and on a few occassions there was no voice at all.

I would still recommend this game, but if I had to rate it I would probably give a 6/10.

BTW, even though I chose to write a review for "The Complete Series", it's listed as a review of Episode 3 in my profile which lists as 4 hours played. It took me ~12 hours to complete the series.
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6.9 h registradas
Publicado el 5 de julio de 2013
Loads of toilet humour and very funny dialogues and characters.
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Publicado el 30 de octubre de 2013
This point and click puzzle game, consisting of three episodes is absolutely hilarious. It has this typical, dark, British humour (think of Blackadder). The puzzles are neat and if you reaaaaally have no idea how to solve it, it has a hints system. It will continue to mock you too if you use said hint system. Get it.
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