TellTale launches second episode of Hector: Badge of Carnage

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Hector returns in the second episode of Telltale and Straandlooper’s three game series, Hector: Badge of Carnage. This time around Hector is even raunchier, ruder and more repugnant… and that guarantees that his fans will embrace every minute of his antics!

 

Today Hector: Badge of Carnage - Senseless Acts of Justice launches across PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad, with a PlayStation Network release coming in the near future. Senseless Acts of Justice is a sequel that leads Hector to hunt down a psychopath, all while he’s pulled down a twisted trail of meat, sin and sleaze.  Fans can also take on the role of the hapless Lambert and be approached by new and unnecessarily distasteful characters like flaming strippers and street urchins.

To celebrate the launch of the second episode, Telltale will offer Hector Ep1 HD - We Negotiate with Terrorists for a discounted price of $2.99 starting August 25 through September 1. Additionally, Episode 1 is also available on iPhone for only $0.99 until September 1. Telltale expects the final episode, Beyond Reasonable Doom to release in September.

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