Excerpt: Ten years ago, you consuered Earth and now you’re relaxing and enjoying your life as a president. You know you’re the most powerfull being on the face of the planet and you know that somewhere in orbit around the planet your mothership is keeping things under control.
Excerpt: Wreaking havoc wherever you went was the philosophy of Destroy All Humans! and taking control of an alien life form from outer space with a Jack Nicholson-esque voice certainly made things more enjoyable and gifted the game with enough personality to forgive its minor flaws.
Conclusion: Unfortunately, the game embraces some poor design choices. Multi-part missions are potholed by the lack of checkpoints, meaning that if Crypto gets killed, he has to start over from the beginning.
Excerpt: In my recent review of Rockstar's Bully , I called the game on the carpet for being a one-off, more-of-the-same experience that neglected to polish the rough spots permeating all of that developer's titles.
Excerpt: When Destroy All Humans! was released last year, it was applauded for its brilliant sense of humour and fun missions, but eventually the gameplay became extremely repetitive and while the script kept things entertaining, my enjoyment became dulled as time went on. Destroy All Humans!
Excerpt: Destroy All Humans! 2 is the sequel to the ingenious original game released last year, Destroy All Humans! , which I loved for its creativity and rampant mockery of the silliness of the 50's. For all the reasons that I loved the first game, I was not so impressed with Destroy All Humans! 2 .
Conclusion: Still, even with all of these new abilities and gadgets, Destroy All Humans! 2 plays an awful lot like the first game, faults and all. The difficulty level of the game is still very easy, with only a few completely random missions that are difficult.
Pros: Crypto's back, and snarkier than ever, lots of bizarre self-referential humor, new weapons and abilities are all pretty good, excellent voice work.
Cons: Basic gameplay hasn't changed much and still comes with the same issues in tow, a few ugly issues with texture popping and character detail, humor isn't as consistently funny as in the first game.
Conclusion: Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament is a great tennis game that does the SCT name justice and the introduction of more realistic physics, play and graphics is very welcome. The game can keep you occupied for a very long time and once you know all the tricks you won’t hesitate to come back for more.
Summary: Sequel to the widely acclaimed hit â€“ Destroy All Humans! the Sci-Fi action gaming experience is back. Destroy All Humans! 2 is set in the swinging sixties with all new game features, expanded open-world gameplay and co-op multiplayer.