With Pandemic moving on to other projects, however, newcomer Locomotive Games was asked to duplicate the same experience here on Wii, and that’s no easy task. The end result is a product that still harnesses the charm and comedic value of the other games, but lacks the polish and reliability of its predecessors. The environments are far too simple, with even the original Destroy All Humans trumping its visuals, the world is glitchy, and the IR control is made difficult by an inconsistent frame rate. It’s still fun to go nuts with the anal probe gun, rip heads off of pedestrians with the giant arms of Big Willy, and chuckle at the campy VO with a stupid grin on our faces, but the gameplay just doesn’t hold up in the long run. You captured our hearts – and adolescent minds – with the potty humor, but the gameplay and overall polish needs to be kicked up a few notches for this one to go the distance.