Summary: When I first played this game I was always laughing myself sick and had none stop fun...well...Destroying all humans! :P This game is loaded with humor and I just love all the comical ways you can destroy people, buildings and so on! True this game may not be very appealing to those of you who are used to and or play games with Superior graphics and sound...but if you take a moment and just look past the outdated stuff, you will find that this game is very fun!
Conclusion: If you're a fan of Mars Attacks, you will truly appreciate the humor of this game. I waited for it to come down to 20 bills for fear of replay value....it was a good move. The only reason to go back through this game is to find all of the probes, and that becomes tedious quickly. But, ignoring replay value...this game is still a must have for any scifi fans collection! The rag doll physics are sooo satisfying...
Conclusion: This game blows EA's NHL '06 away. The controls are great and the new features will take a while to learn. Though there are glitches such as scoring through the back of the net and such, overall the game is great. With 480 supported on HDTVs, the colors are smooth. Xbox Live's connections for this game are good except I have already seen a few players using some sort of glitch to score rapidly.
Conclusion: Unless you’ve been living underground for the past couple of weeks, you’re already very familiar with the recent release of Destroy All Humans! – and if you’re anything like me, you’ve been waiting for it for some time. So… is it everything we’d hoped it would be? Is it worth your hard-earned cash? Read on for one man’s opinion. Destroy All Humans!
Conclusion: Destroy all humans! is one of the most innovative games of the year, with a unique perspective and destructible environments you will be addicted in no time. DAH! is set in the 1950s and revolves around the accidental destruction of a Furon scout ship by the US Army, this accident sparks an invasion force...of 2 Furons, Orthopox and Cryptosporidum-137.
Conclusion: Playing as alien invader Crypto, your mission is to invade Earth and eliminate, probe, or abduct as many puny humans as possible. Along the way, you can use your trusty ray gun to electrocute people, or incinerate everything in site while at the helm of your very own flying saucer. In addition, use your psychokinetic powers to disguise yourself as a human and blend into the population, read peoples' minds or remove the brain entirely to collect human DNA, or my personal...
Summary: I played this game many years ago and have recently invested money into an Xbox, so I decided to get this game, I found this game for around the fie pound mark and was very impressed; It had been barely played Came with the booklet I haven't had a single problem with this (so far). Fantastic purchase.