Destroy All Humans! (2020 Remake)
These small imperfections, however, will not spoil the overall picture of the game, which reminds us of “Mars Attacks!” with entertaining gameplay and lots of “B-Movie” moments.
Review in Greek | Read full review
Destroy All Humans! is an example of a remake done right. It keeps all the charm from the original while updating the aspects that didn't age well.
We recommend the game for 7 points and we hope that we will see a remake of the second game, which was threefold in its content, you fought against ninjas and Kojira, and mainly supported the splitscreen game.
Review in Czech | Read full review
Though it misses the mark on some important points, Destroy All Humans! (2020) is an incredibly faithful remake that is well worth picking up.
Destroy All Humans! is a good remake of a game that has become a cult classic over time. It has refined graphics in a new engine, but at the same time an excessive number of loadings. Regarding the base material, it has a good mood in certain parts, but the really fun parts (like destroying everything) are overshadowed by the bad stealth missions.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Destroy All Humans! it's hard to criticize. It's not a bad game, it's just a product of its time. So you can only recommend it to those who liked it in 2005. These players will appreciate an upgraded visuals and laugh at silly, but still funny jokes. For others, it's a game with a repetitive gameplay and unremarkable visuals.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Whilst I did have immense fun with Destroy all Humans the game feels dated in its controls and content and I feel that the asking price is on the high side due to a variety of factors of which the main one is that Microsoft themselves gave the original game away for Free as part of the Games for Gold program a month or so before the release. I believe this was done to drum up anticipation for the game but I cant help feel that it backfired as there isn't enough additional content or changes to warrant the price.
Destroy All Humans! is another wonderful remaster from THQ Noridc. The overhauled graphics make the game pop, while the action and general premise are just as entertaining now as they were back in 2005.
While Destroy All Humans! is a great nostalgia trip for me and I really enjoyed replaying the game, in the end it does feel like I'm replaying that PS2 title just with some enhanced graphics. While it doesn't really feel 15 years old, there are certainly moments where you question whether an improved touch would've been better for some aspects. It isn't bad, but it isn't the best it can be.
Destroy All Humans! is not a complicated or even particularly difficult game. But it sticks to the original game's strengths.