Summary: I'm a fan of B-rate scifi. This game certainly feeds my craving. It seems to have a big enough world to explore, but limits you to the "invasion area" for any particular mission. It gives humorous insight into the inner workings of various NPCs with telepathic powers. Has linear progression, but also allows for limited free-play. The probings and required brain extraction (brains are currency) get old after a while. Still playable, mulling over if its re-playable.
Summary: Clever, unique and funny always gets my vote. And that's the case here with "Destroy All Humans". Set in 1950's America - all alien attacks are, of course, "covered up" by the government and blamed on "communists". Kids may not always get some of the references to the 1950's, and miss some of the humor. But where else can you fly a saucer, levitate cows, read minds with alien ESP powers, use a Zap-O-Matic ray gun, and collect human brain stems for their DNA? In the end?
Summary: Loved it - this is just good fun. Little green men zapping humans and extracting brains, disintegrating them, liquifying them - great fun. Presentation is fun, controls are easy to learn, missions are not too tough and there is definately replay value. Voice acting is fun. Its like Mars Attacks meets war of the worlds meets grand theft auto vice city - if you liked any of them you probably would enjoy this!
Summary: The guy at the store recommended this, and I was a bit skeptical. I loved the cut scenes, and the whole style of the game. If you are into the 1940-50s style retro horror film thing, then you will love this game. The humor is fun, and sarcastic. It IS however, more adult humor then you want your 8yr old playing with. 15... maybe. It's a chase camera (tomb raider, GTA, MGS, Hitman, etc) The controls are very simple, and easy to get the hang of.
Summary: "Destroy All Humans" is not exactly the deepest, most challenging, most thought-provoking game you'll play all year, unless you're about 5 and you've given up on "Monsters Inc." But if you're a "Teen" or above who's just looking for some brainless and effortless pick-up-and-play fun, Cryptosporidium-137 is your extraterrestrial.
Summary: Extremely fun, but lacks a lasting effect. I reccomend renting it from a local video store. This game is highly addictive. Unlike most other games, anything you see can blow up. Sometimes it is fun just to fly around in your U.F.O. and destroy the whole town. I have yet to beat the game, but it seems fairly easy and is only challenging when there are tanks and robots, which is like everytime they see you.
Summary: Everyone is going to compare this to Grand Theft Auto, which is only fair since that's the game that launched this type of free roaming, anti-social gameplay. I've never been a big fan of GT, though I'll admit it was revolutionary. And DAH has all GT's strengths and weaknesses, for better or worse. What makes this game more fun (for me anyway) is the 50s sci-fi theme. In GT, you're just a thug.
Summary: Destroy all humans was like gta mixed with war of the worlds.The game had a good idea of being an alien invader but the lack of weapons pissed me off. on the plus side you get to fly a saucer with its own weapons that do some major damage.the telekinesis had some easy controls and was fun to mess around with.the graphics are good but The best part was the destructible environment if you see it you can blow it up.