Excerpt: Life is full of unanswered questions, and unless you’ve had an encounter with a strange flying craft or found yourself being probed in areas you’d rather not talk about, then the existence of aliens isn’t assured, so if you haven’t encountered little spacemen before, just keep watching those skies...
Excerpt: You’ve got to love the 1950’s. It was a time of innocence as well as a time of mass paranoia and the source for some of the campiest tellings of science fiction ever told. Destroy All Humans has the era down pat, where instead of fighting off an alien invasion you’re actually the invader.
Excerpt: This game can be easily summed up in one statement "Brainless destructive fun!" This game is by far one of the most fun brainless games out there. Right from the get go it's instant destruction. This whole game is about being and alien and destroying humans, what could be more fun than that?
Excerpt: Destroy All Humans puts you in control of a one-man alien army bent on pure human-based carnage. With a wise eye towards classic Sci-Fi B movies and a good amount of carnage-creation tools, this is one for all the SF geeks in the house.
Excerpt: is a game that has Ã¢â‚¬Å“potentialÃ¢â‚¬Â� written all over it. Video game junkies across the globe sound out its title and shivers go down spines. A caught portion of commercial invokes cries of Ã¢â‚¬Å“turn back that channel!Ã¢â‚¬Â� and Ã¢â‚¬Å“what was that!?!
Conclusion: Destroy All Humans isn't a bad game, it's a good game stretched a little too thin with not enough engaging story layered between the missions. Hopefully teh sequel will give us a bit more to play around with, but this is a definite rental.