Summary: its okay, graphics are not good (basically ps2 graphics). story line is dryer then the Sahara desert. starts to lag and skip when doing a lot of things at once. very disappointed. the previous games were much better.
Summary: Its a fun, comical, "not run of the mill" premise - but unless your 5, its not going to be fun for long... repetative, not fully thought out game. The tasks are kind of boring, and I expected the graphics to be alot better... Im glad I only paid $22, but I feel its a sub-par game thats worth $10-$15 as an instant download on PSN...
Summary: It's evident the game was slapped together rather than well tested before release. There are numerous bugs, it can be difficult to control Crypto and it sometimes freezes up. Not bad for $10 but I wouldn't recommend paying more than that. A real disappointment.
Conclusion: Not much longevity here with relatively poor graphics and spartan environments,the missions also become repetitive.this is not what i would call a next generation game. Buy when it's cheaper....if you must.
Conclusion: The graphics appear to be the same as 1 and 2. Only about 2 hours worth of gameplay. The banter between Crypto and his companion kept on being cut off by comments about taking to much time to get to next destination. Lazy map designers leaving the occasional fault such as a floating tree in the vegas strip.
Summary: Next-gen Destroy All Humans plays exactly like the last, the visuals are even PS2 standard. But there is fun to be had, especially if you find anal probes amusing. The plot sees Crypto coming out of semi-retirement to harvest human DNA. He has become settled on Earth, founding his own casino: Space Dust, and generally forgetting his mission to destroy all humans. The path of the Furon needs mastering for Crypto to reach enlightenment (hence the title).