Excerpt: "...days is very difficult, though Destroy All Humans attempts to create a new gaming experience. You are an alien on a mission to take over the earth in the 1950's. Destroy All Humans at first tries to be the alien version of the GTA series. You are let free in a large environment to destroy what you like. You can be Crypto (the main character), and either take on missions or general wreak havoc. The aliens then decide that, to save their race, ...
Pros: different, the ability to be all so powerful
Excerpt: "...your chance to abduct and destroy anything from humans to cows! The game clearly has its tongue firmly in cheek and is an obvious homage to the alien invasion B movies of the 1950's. From the rural American farms with Southern drawl farmers to the eerie alien opening music reminiscent of the original "Twilight Zone" it is clear to see were the inspiration for this game comes from. This is further reflected in our alien "Crypto's" (short for ...
Pros: Witty, nostalgic, nice graphics, good voice acting .
Cons: No multiplayer, repetitive/linear missions .
Destroy All Humans (Xbox): Conquer the earth in an annoyingly organized way
19 July 2005
Summary: My son has been eagerly awaiting the release of "Destroy All Humans" for months. However, after scanning various Websites there seemed to be a confusion over the age rating it would receive which varied with ratings including teen, twelve and fifteen. As such I decided to purchase the game as a surprise and if it was completely unsuitable it could always be whacked straight onto ebay. "Destroy All Humans" has the unique concept of role reversal.
Pros: Nice graphics, good voiceover, witty, flying saucers!