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Ja, er valt heel wat af te lachen in dit spel. Sterker nog, de laatste keer dat we zo hard met een adventure moesten lachen, was met Day of the Tentacle. Voorwaarde is wel dat je de vettige misantropische humor kan smaken en dat je de taal van Shakespeare (of toch een verbasterde variant ervan) machtig bent. Oi, whot's all this then? Een top-adventure, meneer!
Hector is the kind of likeable moron you don't see much of in gaming these days, which may be one of the reasons Badge of Carnage is so compelling. The hand-drawn graphics and spot-on voice acting doesn't hurt this outlandish crime caper. There are some trite moments, but Hector's adventure is one fans of the genre should take on!