[email protected] writes: "I always wanted to be the bad guy growing up - the robber in Cops and Robbers or the Indian in Cowboys and Indians (then again, being of Indian descent, I may have been typecast). Playing the villain is just more exciting; you can eschew all the rules and take what you want at will. Most games, however, cast you in the heroic role. Even when you play as a character that kills with abandon, he’s an anti-hero, and the enemies deserve it. Team Overkill has had enough of that – it’s time to kill some cops. Not because they’re corrupt, not because they’ve all turned into zombies and you need to save the world; just because they’re standing in the way of you and boatload of cash."