Conclusion: While not the most lengthy, in-depth action/adventure game on the market, Destroy All Humans! delivers the goods in a more interesting manner than most. From the general premise, all the way through to the smallest art direction and dialogue details, Destroy All Humans! is a fun frolic that you should definitely check out. With no online play or additional features outside of the single player mode, you may want to see if Pandemic’s style in Destroy All Humans!
Excerpt: Prepare for some excellent 50’s nostalgia, as you fight the deadliest being that ever existed: Man… Straight from sixty year old cinemas right to your console Destroy All Humans is without a doubt the ultimate ‘1950’s America’ satire. You take the role of Cryptosporidium 147 who’s sent to earth to find Crytosporidium 146 (still with us?), who crashed while investigating earth’s new fuel source nuclear power.