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Destroy All Humans! - Clone Carnage

THQ Nordic, THQ Nordic
May 31, 2022 - Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC
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Critic Reviews for Destroy All Humans! - Clone Carnage

Destroy All Humans! Clone Carnage seemed like a good idea on paper but the execution just didn’t go well at all. The game is struggling to find an online audience and it doesn’t have much meat on its bones either to keep people around. I really think this should’ve either been released as a free-to-play game or bundled with the new game coming out soon (although it is free if you pre-order it). I loved the first remake and am looking forward to the remake of the second game but Clone Carnage simply isn’t worth your time while we wait for Reprobed to get here.

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Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage isn’t a good reason to pre-order Reprobed nor worth the budget asking price as a stand-alone package. It’s a shell of a multiplayer experience that only will appeal to those desperate for a local split-screen game to play and looking to relive the terrible tacked-on multiplayer modes that were more commonplace 15 years ago.

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Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage is worse than dead on arrival. The thing had already rotted beyond recognition before launch. Online lobbies are absolutely deserted, there are no bots, and playing this locally, while possible, is boring. The worst part about this title as a whole is the fact THQ Nordic decided to release it as a standalone expansion that doesn’t require the base game at all. Not only does it cost more than your average DLC deal, but that also means it’s susceptible to being treated as a game of its own. And as a game of its own, this is an embarrassment.

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Destroy All Humans! Clone Carnage is one huge step back for the franchise. Even if the gunplay wasn't lackluster, it's incredibly hard to join a lobby without receiving multiple errors.

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