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Destroy All Humans!

MobyRank MobyScore
PlayStation 2
75
3.6
Xbox
75
2.8
Xbox 360
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2.1

User Reviews

What a fun kickass game! PlayStation 2 Oblio (109)
Humourous take on the 1950 obsession with aliens PlayStation 2 ellen feig (3)
Heh... Xbox lord of daedra (63)

Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
PlayStation 2 16 3.6
Xbox 11 2.8
Xbox 360 3 2.1
Combined MobyScore 30 3.1


The Press Says

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90
XboxGamePro (US)
Every once in a while there comes a game that truly defines creativity. Destroy All Humans is indeed one such game; it has all the right elements to make it a smart, intuitive, and hilarious experience of which all other adventures should take note.
90
PlayStation 2GamePro (US)
While there are some noticeable blemishes in the game such as graphical pop-in and broken cut scenes, Destroy All Humans succeeds where many have failed. This is truly a refreshing way to experience an adventure that you wish would never end.
86
XboxGame Chronicles
After countless years of defending Earth or some other fictional planet from invading aliens, gamers can finally get to do the invading in THQ’s latest action-comedy, Destroy All Humans!. Not only is it a brilliant concept, the gameplay and overall presentation just ooze with a rich and unique style not unlike Tim Burton’s, Mars Attacks.
85
XboxKombo.com
Destroy All Humans! is the epitome of an AAA title: good graphics, some fantastic sound, an enjoyable story, an utterly hilarious script and the gameplay to back it all up. If your a fan of freeform gameplay, science fiction, have a sick sense of humor or just want to enjoy one of the best games released this year, you'd do well to buy . You certainly won't be disappointed. Now if you'll excuse me, there is still a lot of probing to be done, and it's not going to get finished itself.
85
XboxDigital Entertainment News (den)
All in all, Destroy All Humans is an excellent title that's a blast to play and hilariously funny, although it's a tad lacking here or there. Still, this is a fine addition to the collection of any gamer who craves destruction, and an excellent study material to prepare you stupid humans for our coming invasion.
84
XboxXBox Front
Greenpeace-Aktivisten aufgepasst, dies wird euch nicht gefallen: In Pandemics neuestem Actionspiel geht es auf einen fiesen Feldzug gegen die Menschen und den Planeten Erde. In B-Movie-Atmosphäre schnappt ihr euren Crypto-Blaster, ladet den Todesstrahler auf und macht euch auf den Weg auf diesen unwichtigen, dreckigen und insgesamt abstoßenden blauen Winzling, der mit Rinderoiden und den total bescheuerten Humanoiden besiedelt ist. Ob die Antwort auf die Frage des Lebens wirklich „Muuuuhhh!“ ist oder die Erde schnell zerstört werden kann, erfahrt ihr in unserem Test.
83
XboxGamers.at
Gegen Außerirdische kämpfen, ist nichts Neues und gehört bei vielen Computer- und Videospielen quasi zum Standard-programm. Die Entwickler der Pandemic Studios haben sich bei ihrer neuesten Kreation am Action-Sektor aber wohl eher am Kinofilm "Mars Attacks" orientiert und so dürft ihr in "Destroy all Humans!" in die Rolle eines grünen, äh, grauen Männchens schlüpfen um der Menschheit den Garaus zu machen!
83
PlayStation 2Game Shark
Run for your lives! The Furons are coming! The Furons are coming! Well actually, it is just one Furon: Cryptosporidium. But what the little grey invader lacks in numbers, he more that makes up in malice and advanced alien weaponry – plus a good shot to the funnybone. And while his game, Destroy All Humans!, falls a bit short in the gameplay department, it definitely makes most of it up in the presentation department.
82
XboxGame Informer Magazine
The controls may be a bit clunky and the missions may grow repetitive after a few hours, but the thrills are constant. By all means, if you are just looking for a quirky, fun little game, you can't go wrong with Destroy All Humans.
82
PlayStation 2Game Informer Magazine
The controls may be a bit clunky and the missions may grow repetitive after a few hours, but the thrills are constant. By all means, if you are just looking for a quirky, fun little game, you can't go wrong with Destroy All Humans.
80
XboxGamesmania
Auf Destroy all Humans habe ich mich im Vorfeld sehr gefreut und meine Erwartungen wurden auch weitestgehend erfüllt: Das Spiel ist grafisch eine Augenweide, sorgt mit Physikengine und reichlich Zerstörungspotenzial für Spaß, bringt mit humorvollen Einlagen herzhaft zum lachen und versprüht dank 50er Jahre Atmosphäre einen unwiderstehlichen Charme. Schade, dass doch nicht alles rund läuft: Das sensible Alarmmeter erlaubt selten richtiges Austoben, die Schleichpassagen sind unnötig trickreich und die Nebenaufträge lassen schnell Langeweile aufkommen. Ohne Mehrspielermodus oder richtige Spielfreiheit ist Destroy all Humans ein verführerischer Snack für zwischendurch, aber eben doch kein Hauptgericht für alle Alien-hungrigen.
80
PlayStation 2Gamesmania
Auf Destroy all Humans habe ich mich im Vorfeld sehr gefreut und meine Erwartungen wurden auch weitestgehend erfüllt: Das Spiel ist grafisch eine Augenweide, sorgt mit Physikengine und reichlich Zerstörungspotenzial für Spaß, bringt mit humorvollen Einlagen herzhaft zum lachen und versprüht dank 50er Jahre Atmosphäre einen unwiderstehlichen Charme. Schade, dass doch nicht alles rund läuft: Das sensible Alarmmeter erlaubt selten richtiges Austoben, die Schleichpassagen sind unnötig trickreich und die Nebenaufträge lassen schnell Langeweile aufkommen. Ohne Mehrspielermodus oder richtige Spielfreiheit ist Destroy all Humans ein verführerischer Snack für zwischendurch, aber eben doch kein Hauptgericht für alle Alien-hungrigen.
80
PlayStation 2UOL Jogos
"Destroy All Humans!" empresta parte da fórmula de "Grand Theft Auto", mas com uma temática completamente diferente. Carregado nas piadas, o game diverte com as situações absurdas, apesar de ser um pouco repetitivo e o sistema de combate não empolgar tanto. Uma pena que a duração do game seja insatisfatória e isso é agravado pelo fator de replay estar restrito à caça de um único item e missões alternativas descartáveis. Ele é daqueles jogos que divertem enquanto dura, mas não dura tanto quanto se poderia desejar.
80
XboxTTGamer
Destroy All Humans probably could have been a little better but overall does what it set out to do quite well. The unique gameplay mechanics paired with a tried and tested style of play makes it one of the sleeper titles of the year and while its not a smash hit best selling AAA game, it’s something that thinks otuside the square of normal gameplay and offers great fun.
80
XboxGames TM
Pandemic's extra-terrestrial effort is a little on the simple side, but in terms of sheer playability, scale and freedom - albeit within fairly limited areas - Destroy All Humans! is a class act indeed and serves as a further testament to Pandemic's ability.
80
XboxThunderbolt Games
Even with some great unlockable goodies, the shortness of Destroy All Humans is its biggest fault. The sheer amount of destruction is satisfying and the sense of humor is refreshing, but the short length and lack of saves during lengthy missions are what makes this potentially great game merely a good one. Even so, it’s still hard to resist the Destroy All Humans’ charm.
80
XboxGamesAreFun.com (GAF)
I wouldn't recommend buying Destroy All Humans! at full price, really-- due to it's overall short length and fairly run-of-the-mill gameplay. But it's a definite renter, and when the price drops down to $20, a definite pick up title.
80
XboxGame Informer Magazine
We are taught at an early age to be kind to our fellow humans - to bring enough to share and to lend a helping hand whenever possible. The Furon warrior Cryptosporidium, on the other hand, was taught that humans are nothing but feeble genetic sacks meant to store ancient DNA and it is his mission to retrieve it, vaporizing anything in his path. Destroy All Humans may require a particular sense of humor to appreciate, but if you are the kind of person who would rather extend an Ion Distruptor than an olive branch, it is simply too much fun to resist.
80
PlayStation 2Game Informer Magazine
We are taught at an early age to be kind to our fellow humans - to bring enough to share and to lend a helping hand whenever possible. The Furon warrior Cryptosporidium, on the other hand, was taught that humans are nothing but feeble genetic sacks meant to store ancient DNA and it is his mission to retrieve it, vaporizing anything in his path. Destroy All Humans may require a particular sense of humor to appreciate, but if you are the kind of person who would rather extend an Ion Distruptor than an olive branch, it is simply too much fun to resist.
80
XboxDigital Press - Classic Video Games
While nothing will ever replace them, classic sci-fi schlock like Plan 9 from Outer Space has probably inspired more modern cinema and video games than true classics like Earth vs. the Flying Saucers. The parodies are constant, and Destroy All Humans runs with just that. It's been regarded as Grand Theft Auto with an alien, and it's hard to find a better description.
80
XboxExtreme Gamer
Destroy All Humans! is a great little game from Pandemic Studios and THQ. It's addictive, humorous and easy to get into three traits that go a long way in the gaming. Even though the game is an overall success it is a little repetitive and dull even with all the destruction and giggles... Most critics agree that it could have been so much more. Hopefully this isn't the only human trampling event from the Furon Empire because I could get used to exploding brains on the 360.
80
Xbox3DAvenue
Destroy All Humans probably could have been a little better but overall does what it set out to do quite well. The unique gameplay mechanics paired with a tried and tested style of play makes it one of the sleeper titles of the year and while its not a smash hit best selling AAA game, it’s something that thinks otuside the square of normal gameplay and offers great fun.
80
XboxGameSpy
Destroy All Humans! is currently available on both the Xbox and PS2 (sorry GameCube owners). There's very little difference between the two versions of the game, though the Xbox does edge out the PS2 in graphical clarity. And while the title may never be mistaken for the deepest game on the Xbox, Destroy All Humans! could very well be one of the funniest.
80
PlayStation 2Yahoo! Games
Even a cursory look at the popular media, "educational" films, and general psychological climate of 1950s America shows an era deeply uneasy on many levels. J.D.s are out to harrass you, the commies out to pulverize you, The Bomb coming to vaporize you. 1950s film-aliens were a bunch of xenocidal, bloodthirsty bastards, and in Destroy All Humans!, you get to be one -- otherworldly powers, cool flying saucer, and all.
80
PlayStation 2Gameplanet
REGARDLESS OF WHAT WE think about outer space, the most immediate images of space and aliens are the flying saucers and little green men most of us have grown up with on television and in movies. Whether we ever meet up with life from another planet remains to be seen, but the occasional dalliance with this notion of aliens can still be quite alluring.
80
PlayStation 2Gaming Target
Destroy All Humans! does have its share of bugs and quirks though. If two sound clips try to play over each other they both cancel each other out and neither plays. Some movies also "skip" and any sound after the skip doesn't play. It's also annoying that you have to redo every portion of a mission if you fail at one of the later objectives. It's also annoying to have to replay the same handful of side missions to harvest enough DNA to earn all of the weapon upgrades. Finally, what's up with not being able to land your ship where ever you want?
80
PlayStation 2GameSpy
Destroy All Humans! is currently available on both the Xbox and PS2 (sorry GameCube owners). There's very little difference between the two versions of the game, though the PS2 version does comes in a close second to the Xbox version in terms of graphical clarity. And while the title may never be mistaken for the deepest game on the PS2, Destroy All Humans! could very well be one of the funniest.
79
Xbox4Players.de
Alleine die Idee, einen cholerischen Außerirdischen in die Hauptrolle zu setzen, ist innovativ und dank der witzigen Dialoge und Situationskomik immer wieder für einen Lacher gut. Und dieser Humor rund um den miesepetrigen Cryptosporidium-137 ist im Wesentlichen der Hauptgrund, weswegen man Destroy All Humans das hin und wieder ins Banale abgleitende Third-Person-Gameplay verzeiht. Denn auch wenn die Kampagne etwas kurz geraten ist, die Sprachsamples sich genau so schnell wiederholen wie das Aussehen der Erdbevölkerung und die Entwickler letztlich zu sehr auf alt hergebrachte Action-Mechanismen zurückgreifen, kann man dem außerirdischen Zerstörungstrip eines nicht absprechen: Spaß! Untermalt von einem grandiosen Soundtrack, der Erinnerungen an einschlägige Filme der 50er Jahre wach ruft, nimmt man das Pad immer wieder gerne in die Hand. Allerdings sollte man nach etwa einer Stunde wieder Pause machen, da sonst sowohl der Humor als auch die Spielmechanik Abnutzungserscheinungen zeigen.
79
PlayStation 24Players.de
Alleine die Idee, einen cholerischen Außerirdischen in die Hauptrolle zu setzen, ist innovativ und dank der witzigen Dialoge und Situationskomik immer wieder für einen Lacher gut. Und dieser Humor rund um den miesepetrigen Cryptosporidium-137 ist im Wesentlichen der Hauptgrund, weswegen man Destroy All Humans das hin und wieder ins Banale abgleitende Third-Person-Gameplay verzeiht. Denn auch wenn die Kampagne etwas kurz geraten ist, die Sprachsamples sich genau so schnell wiederholen wie das Aussehen der Erdbevölkerung und die Entwickler letztlich zu sehr auf alt hergebrachte Action-Mechanismen zurückgreifen, kann man dem außerirdischen Zerstörungstrip eines nicht absprechen: Spaß! Untermalt von einem grandiosen Soundtrack, der Erinnerungen an einschlägige Filme der 50er Jahre wach ruft, nimmt man das Pad immer wieder gerne in die Hand. Allerdings sollte man nach etwa einer Stunde wieder Pause machen, da sonst sowohl der Humor als auch die Spielmechanik Abnutzungserscheinungen zeigen.
79
PlayStation 2DarkZero
Destroy All Humans is a fun game to play with scores of “laugh out loud” moments from beginning to end, but that trip from beginning to end is one hell of a rocky road that could easily have been smoothed out. An ambitious but ultimately flawed and underdeveloped premise! Must probe deeper!
77
XboxJustPressPlay
Rent, Buy this game. Do something to supportTHQ and Pandemic Studios. I feel I could always come back to this gameand have a little fun killing, and probing humans once in a while. Thegame also has a few bits of humor here and there.
77
XboxGameZone
The question of whether we’re alone in this expansive universe or share it with a yet-to-be-seen species of intelligent life forms is one that we’ve all been asking for a very long time now. Through movies we’ve imagined what these first encounters would be like and, for the most part, they usually end up with the human race fighting back an invasion. So imagine how fun it would be to take part in the invasion by playing a crafty alien intent on destroying the planet and its inhabitants. Destroy All Humans! for the Xbox is here so grab your ray gun and let’s start vaporizing those pesky humans.
76
PlayStation 2Softpedia
The gameplay of Destroy All Humans! is not interesting enough to firmly hold your attention by itself, and the game is only about eight hours long, but humor is what really makes it shine despite these shortcomings, while its being quite easy makes it accessible to everyone. If you've got nothing better to do on a bleak week-end, it's worth giving it a shot.
75
XboxGameSpot
Ultimately, what makes Destroy All Humans! work isn't its gameplay. Rather, it's everything else that goes around it. The combat isn't really interesting enough to hold your attention by itself, and the game is only around eight hours long (it's longer if you try to get 100 percent on every level, which you probably won't want to do). So it isn't exactly teeming with lasting value. However, some of that is forgivable simply because the game does such a great job of creating a splendidly goofy world. The comedy is frequent and consistent, and from a purely presentational standpoint, this game does its concept extremely proud. Though perhaps that isn't enough to make the game worth its full retail price tag, games don't come much more suitable for rental purposes than Destroy All Humans!.
75
PlayStation 2GameSpot
Stories of alien invasion are nothing new to gaming, though the usual methodology involves humans having to fend off some vile extraterrestrial species from wiping them out. Well, what if you don't want to save humanity? What if you wanted to join up with the evil aliens to kick humanity's self-righteous ass into oblivion? That's the premise of the newest action game from developer Pandemic Studios. Appropriately titled Destroy All Humans!, you take on the role of a comically murderous alien on a mission of domination and destruction against humanity. It isn't all just blasters and explosions, however, as the game takes a decidedly tongue-in-cheek stance on the subject matter, modeling itself after the good-natured cheesiness of 1950s-era B-grade science fiction. Flying saucers, death rays, mysterious G-men, government conspiracies, and lots of anal probing are the order of the day here.
74
XboxGame Over Online
The combination of frustrating mission mechanics and limited replay value leads me to strongly suggest renting Destroy All Humans before buying, if at all, regardless of your love for bad sci-fi. The chance to probe and incinerate the Cleavers isn’t necessarily worth much money.
74
PlayStation 2Game Over Online
The combination of frustrating mission mechanics and limited replay value leads me to strongly suggest renting Destroy All Humans before buying, if at all, regardless of your love for bad sci-fi. The chance to probe and incinerate the Cleavers isn’t necessarily worth much money.
74
PlayStation 2GameZone
The sci-fi genre has always been a popular choice for the game industry. Alien invasions are as natural in gaming as Paris Hilton is on video cameras (although Martian attacks may not be appropriate for children). Usually, you take on the role as a humanity fighting the little green men for your ultimate survival. Developer Pandemic Studios (Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction, Full Spectrum Warrior), however, brings us a different point of view as an alien race in Destroy All Humans! where the earth is your oyster ... well, call it oyster flambé. A mixed bag of simplistic gameplay, hilariously cheesy storyline and characters, and unwanted shortness, Destroy All Humans! doesn't soar to new heights like I hoped it would.
70
XboxX-Power
DAH! is helaas geen volledige aanrader geworden. Het science fiction sfeertje is perfect en heel eventjes wekt het de illusie een perfect actiespel te worden. Maar de gameplay valt door de mand na een paar uur spelen, en in de eindafrekening blijkt toch dat DAH! net iets te weinig brengt om een aanschaf te verantwoorden. Dit is echter wel het ideale huurspel voor een doods weekendje!
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PlayStation 2Deeko
What can you say about a quirky little game where probing is the norm? I'll say this: I had been waiting for this game the moment I first saw the screens over a year ago. I was so excited I even passed up a ride on an actual flying saucer. Now a year later I wish I would have packed a bag and set off for Zzzaelak 9. Either way my ass still would have been sore. Spending time trudging through this so-so title, I feel a bit cheated. Rent this one, blaze through it in a few hours and get back up on the roof and wait for the real thing.
70
PlayStation 2Futuregamez.net
Ultimately Destroy All Humans! isn't the Triple-A title we were all hoping for, indeed much like many of the movies that inspired the game it's more B-grade then anything else. With more refining, more cohesion and an improved stealth section this game could have been much more. Not a bad title if you're looking for something to do but for many it may be better as a rental first.
70
XboxJeuxvideo.com
Destroy All Humans fait partie de ces titres originaux et audacieux que l'on a envie d'essayer pour leur dimension décalée et parodique. Le jeu est un véritable hommage aux premiers films de SF mais il vaut davantage pour ses situations improbables que pour le plaisir de jeu qu'il procure. Le tout reste sympathique mais pas aussi marquant qu'on ne l'espérait.
70
PlayStation 2Jeuxvideo.com
Destroy All Humans fait partie de ces titres originaux et audacieux que l'on a envie d'essayer pour leur dimension décalée et parodique. Le jeu est un véritable hommage aux premiers films de SF mais il vaut davantage pour ses situations improbables que pour le plaisir de jeu qu'il procure. Le tout reste sympathique mais pas aussi marquant qu'on ne l'espérait.
70
XboxGameCell UK
Pandemic have already produced titles such as Full Spectrum Warrior, Star Wars Battlefront and Mercenaries, and are becoming one of the most prominent studios around, always producing quality games that I can’t wait to see, but sometimes they seem to just miss the mark due to gameplay flaws that maybe could and should have been sorted out before release. Destroy All Humans fits this description perfectly, and it would be easy to skim over its faults and rate it up there with its stablemates, but the fact is that this potential blockbuster ended up being no more than a B-Movie disappointment.
70
PlayStation 2Cheat Code Central
Destroy All Humans certainly has a lot of charisma but imagine if you had to take the title of the game literally? Killing a few billion people would certainly become boring after a while no matter how psychotic you are. Perhaps if the reward system offered better mini-games this game might have been an instant cult classic. As it is, I would certainly recommend a rental but any further commitment is your call.
70
PlayStation 2Deaf Gamers
Those of you looking for a humorous and bizarre action game will find a lot to like with Destroy all Humans! The game is definitely a case of style over substance though and whilst the game looks good and has a charm few games can equal, it does become monotonous. That said though it's difficult to be too hard on the game because it is humorous and it does feel original. The game's relatively short length may be disappointing but by the end of the game you will probably have had enough of doing the same things over and over again.
70
PlayStation 2PSX Extreme
The biggest problem with Destroy All Humans! is that it doesn't bring anything new to the table. Sure, its story is different from the standard free-roaming game, but the gameplay is run of the mill, and there's little innovation to speak of. It's a good game to pick up for a weekend rental, and it would be a good value at a budget price, but it's not quite good enough to warrant dropping $50.
70
XboxGamezine
Destroy All Humans fait partie de ces petits jeux qui passent souvent inaperçus, noyés au milieu de la masse. Pourtant, on prend un réel plaisir à y jouer malgré ses quelques défauts, pour peu que l’on soit fan de Mars Attack et consorts. Au-delà de l’aspect graphique moyen, il reste à espérer que si suite il y a, la durée de vie sera plus conséquente… Un jeu à essayer, surtout s’il traîne dans le rayon « occasion » de votre magasin JV…
70
XboxDreamStation.cc
As mentioned, Destroy All Humans! is a lot of fun, but it’s just too repetitive. The levels come down later in the game to where you have to sneak around, and if you do happen to get seen, you pretty much have to start the level over as the opposition closes in much too quickly to deal with. The campy 50’s feel does fit really well, and many times during the game you will laugh out loud. This game is just too short and repetitive to be a must-buy. It’s more like a must rent. It’s a shame because with just a little less repitiion, maybe a few mini-games which weren’t simple destroy X things in X seconds, or run to X locations and we’d have a possible game of the year. As it is, you really do owe it to yourself to rent this puppy, as the first 5-10 hours will have you glued to the screen. It’s shortly after that where the true flaws of the game show themselves.
70
XboxIGN
The great galactic Furon Empire is about to implode. Countless centuries of cloning clones has led to a diminished stockpile of pure DNA from which Furons can duplicate themselves to effectively remain immortal. New copies of older copies have become so genetically smudged that they're hardly even Furon at all. This is kind of a serious problem seeing as how Furons have no genitalia to propagate the old-fashioned way. Too much TV, we suppose.
70
PlayStation 2Eurogamer.net (UK)
For a long time Destroy All Humans looked like it had the potential to be one of the games to look forward to this year. Full of smart humour, the hugely original premise turns the alien invasion concept on its head, puts you in the shoes of the bug-eyed extra terrestrial, sets it in the bubble-headed carefree environs of 1950s American suburbia and makes the 'pathetic humans' the villains for once. With flying saucer shoot-'em-up destruction, mind control, telekinesis, jackpacking, and holographic identity theft all in the mix, the game looks like a banker. Little wonder our early impressions of the game suggested nothing less than brilliance.
65
Xbox1UP
Destroy All Humans! certainly has a lot going for it. With a hot developer (Pandemic's recent track record includes the well received Mercenaries, Full Spectrum Warrior, and Star Wars Battlefront), a great premise (GTA meets aliens--right on), and even an entertaining, black-and-white TV Land-style ad campaign, it sure seems set to make a noticeable splash. The fact that it does so much well, though, makes its flaws stand out all that much more.
65
PlayStation 21UP
Destroy All Humans! certainly has a lot going for it. With a hot developer (Pandemic's recent track record includes the well received Mercenaries, Full Spectrum Warrior, and Star Wars Battlefront), a great premise (GTA meets aliens--right on), and even an entertaining, black-and-white TV Land-style ad campaign, it sure seems set to make a noticeable splash. The fact that it does so much well, though, makes its flaws stand out all that much more.
60
XboxESC Magazine
Is that enough to justify dropping $50? Well, no. I'd recommend Destroy All Humans! as a rental first and foremost. It's short, and so is a good way to kill a quiet weekend.
60
PlayStation 2ESC Magazine
Is that enough to justify dropping $50? Well, no. I'd recommend Destroy All Humans! as a rental first and foremost. It's short, and so is a good way to kill a quiet weekend.
58
PlayStation 2Game Revolution
If you've got that kind of time for an alien fix, you might go with a marathon of E.T., Close Encounters and Killer Klowns From Outer Space rather than watch your high hopes slowly disintegrate with Destroy All Humans. While there's some good stuff here, its sense of humor and playful vision doesn't extend to its repetitive gameplay. Must be another Commie conspiracy.
58
XboxGame Revolution
If you’ve got that kind of time for an alien fix, you might go with a marathon of E.T., Close Encounters and Killer Klowns From Outer Space rather than watch your high hopes slowly disintegrate with Destroy All Humans. While there’s some good stuff here, its sense of humor and playful vision doesn’t extend to its repetitive gameplay. Must be another Commie conspiracy.
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XboxNetjak
Uninspired visuals, disgustingly easy gameplay, and a complete lack of any real motivation to play the game awaits any who dare purchase this title. It is tedious and boring at every level. Destroy All Humans is at best a very expensive audio demo. Get your alien fix elsewhere.