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Clement Darling is the true main antagonist in The House of the Dead: Overkill.

Clement was the warden of a jail, beneath which the U.S government had constructed a vast underground laboratory where it was conducting secret research with a view to creating stronger, more resilient soldiers.

The project was eventually forgotten about and the laboratory remained sealed under the prison until Clement discovered it.

Clement found a use for this laboratory - he was scared of losing the one person in the world he cared about - his mother (the game heavily suggests the fact that Clement and his mother were engaged in an incestuous relationship.) He discovers within the lab the secret project known as "Formula X" with which he hopes to grant his now aging mother a new lease on life.

To do this, he uses Papa Caesar to test and refine the formula. He then proceeds to transplant his mother's brain into the youthful body of Varla Guns. Unfortunately, the procedure is a failure and Mother/Varla mutates into a giant abomination.

After Agent G and Detective Isaac Washington defeated 'Mother', Clement begs them to allow him to be at peace - by returning to his mother's womb.

TriviaEdit

  • Clement is voiced by actor Vince Mola. Vince Mola is also the star of the psychological thriller "Head Trauma." "Head Trauma" is regularly on Showtime and The Movie Channel.
  • Clement has a small resemblance to the Silent Hill 4 antagonist Walter Sullivan, as both were dangerously obsessed with their mothers and became homicidal as a result of that obsession.
  • His physical appearance is similar to Sergei Dragunov from the Tekken series of fighting games.
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Characters
"G"Isaac WashingtonVarla GunsCandi Stryper (extended cut)Papa CaesarClement Darling
Bosses
JasperCoco and Sindy (extended cut)ScreamerNigel and SebastianMeat Katie (extended cut)CrawlerLobberBrutusMother
Chapters
Papa's Palace of PainNaked Terror (extended cut)Ballistic TraumaCarnyCreeping Flesh (extended cut)Scream TrainThe Fetid WatersJailhouse JudgmentOverkill