Summary: The first Destroy All Humans game was alright, but the wort Destroy all Humans game I have played. The only other games I have played was Destroy All Humans 2 and Destroy all Humans Path of the Furon. This was a bit similar to DAH 2. What was weird about this game is that you would carry a person with your mind, drop them 5ft in the air, and they would die. It was cool that you you got to carry chickens and cows.
Summary: Destroy All Humans is a delightfully fun, albeit repetitive game that clearly takes a few pages from the script of "Mars Attacks," complete with a Jack Nicholson impression for the main character's voice. The goal of this game is to send you romping across 1950's USA, attempting to eliminate the vile infestation of humans from the surface of planet Earth. The humans, you see, contain vital nutrients in their brain stems.
Summary: As others have noted, this game has some good graphics and some interesting ideas in the beginning of the game -- neat weapons, hypnotized cows doing the chicken dance, etc. The first half of this game is great, as you get new weapons and new skills. But the last half of this game is just tedious. No new weapons and the upgrades your leader does give you usually come just after they'd be useful to complete yet another mission.
It's cool after the first five hours, but then it just gets boring!
R. Gibbens-flores, Amazon
24 October 2005
Summary: The graphics are good, the sound is good, the humor is excellent, but to tell you people this game had a rock bottom replay value of nothing. After you've finished all the missions, all there is to do is to find the weird brain things, and after a while this can get quite frustrating. Also there is no challenge in this game, it's just mindless fun, and personally is for people who enjoy this game as much as spinning a pencil on a tabletop for hours on end.
Kitschy romp though 50s sci-fi is naughty fun, but lacks lasting appeal.
22 August 2005
Summary: Earth (specifically America) in the 1950s looks pretty harmless from space in Destroy All Humans!, the latest third-person sci-fi shooter from THQ. Perhaps that's why the warlike Furon race has decided to invade the planet and enslave its human inhabitants. It might also have something to do with collecting human DNA to revitalize the fading alien race, nearly cloned out of existence.
Summary: This game has an interesting concept. You're an alien, and you have to take over the country. You're named Crypto, and you accomplish this task through over twenty levels, spanning six areas. Each mission, with the exception of the last, is very short (i.e. less than 20 minutes). They are mostly in the form of a third person shooter, but sometimes require you take control of a flying saucer. The gameplay mechanics are pretty simple.
Summary: This is quite a remarkable game. You play a B-movie alien on the rampage on planet Earth. The gameplay has many similarities with the Grand Theft Auto type of game,with large free-roaming areas (nothing like as big as those in GTA though) which contain hidden items,ammo and mini-games. You can do many of the missions either on foot or in your saucer, and you pack a varied supply of weapons in both modes.
Summary: This is one of those games that you can tell whilst playing it, people had fun in it's creation. You play as Cryptosparidium 137 after your older clone, Crypto 136 was captured on Earth at "Rockwell" new mexico. Yes as you noticed there are puns like Rockwell referencing Rosswell and many others. Orthopox-13 is the man in charge who chose earth as the perfect place to harvest pure Furon DNA.
Summary: One of the most original concepts to come along in a long time, Destroy All Humans is also one of the funniest. You play as Cryptosporidium 137 (also the name of an unpleasant type of bacteria) who is the 137th clone of the original Crypto. He's also something of a psycho, determined to wipe out as many Humans as possible.