Destroy All Humans!

THQ Nordic, Black Forest Games, Pandemic Studios

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
71
Top Critic Average
33%
Critics Recommend
Based on 25 critic reviews
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Destroy All Humans!

Rating Summary

Based on 25 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

33%

Critics Recommend

Based on 25 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 18, 2016
Xbox OneApr 23, 2018

Developers: Black Forest Games, Pandemic Studios

Publisher: THQ Nordic

Genres: Action, Adventure

This is your chance to experience the other side of an alien invasion. Take on the role of alien Cryptosporidium 137 and terrorize the people of Earth to harvest their DNA in the most brazen action-adventure you've ever played. Take over all of humanity using a variety of alien weaponry on land or in the air. Take over all of humanity using a variety of alien weaponry such as a ray gun, an anal probe gun, the Ion Detonator, the Zap-O-Matic, the Sonic Boom, the Quantum Deconstructor, a powerful nuclear weapon that can launch radioactive bombs, and more – on land or in the air. Crypto can use Telekinesis to throw cars, trucks and cows to create even more of a turmoil or disguise himself as a puny human. For transport, use a jet pack for short distances or your UFO for travelling long distances and abducting or destroying humans. Take one giant step on mankind!

Destroy All Humans! Reviews

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A straight port from 2005, Destroy All Humans! is not pretty to look at, but the writing has held up well over the last decade. That said, nostalgia can’t fix the repetitive gameplay of Destroy All Humans!, and technical glitches mar the fun on tap. If you want a trip down memory lane, you might catch this on a sale, but it’s hardly a must-have in its current technical state and price point.

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Destroy All Humans! Is still a fun game in 2020.

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JVL

Chrysos
15 / 20
JVL

Although it will seem short for most players, the title manages to shine thanks to its very cartoonish artistic direction as well as its crazy, characteristic humor.

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Regardless of the lack of new content, this game was and still is a seriously funny, perhaps underrated title from the PS2 era. The gameplay still feels solid on a fancy new controller, and it’s always going to be an interesting premise, in this case executed well. If you’re looking for a nostalgic way to pass the time, I’d like to think this is the game for you.

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