gamers (69%) found this review helpful
Well this is a really fun game. I love going downtown killing tons of humans and stealing brains. new guns and old one are fun. But when you play it, it feels like its meant for the xbox with a 360 labeled on it. All the graphics take an extra to come into place and if you try to body-take someone you had a good chance of not being able to move. It reminds me of playing an xbox game on the 360. besides those small but very annoying flaws it is an awesome guy and if you liked the others you should get this one too.
gamers (65%) found this review helpful
I just put Destroy all Humans back in its envelope to be sent back, much to my chagrin, with out finishing it.
It isn't a bad game. The dialogue was generally amusing, the weapons are fun, and the story (though it's far from deep) managed to keep me interested.
My first problem with the game is that it doesn't do anything new; it's a game that's stuck in the pattern of it's last gen predecessors. I'm willing to forgive the lack of ingenuity, however my second problem I can't over look;
Glitches! I fell through the cement more times than I can count. Throughout the narrative the dialogue would randomly cut out. And my biggest problem was the consistent freezes.
I don't know if everyone has/will experienced these problems, but it was enough to knock my opinion from a 7 to a 4. It is disappointing. I really wanted to like this game, but I can't ignore the lack of polish.
Gameplay:6. Fine, but stuck in the stone age.
Graphics:8. Can't go wrong with the unreal engine
Story:7. Fun, but the comedy normally isn't laugh at loud
Presentation:4. They dropped the ball with the lack of polish.
it was very fun game and i mean who doesnt like electrocuting helpless humans. but there were so many bugs and glitches that it drove me up a wall. For example sometimes the abduction beam wouldnt work on a mission you had to use it or temporal fist monks through a wall and they never return when they are still alive leaving you stuck and unable to continue. getting stuck in buildings and ground when you leave a human body.
it seemed like the company didnt bother to test the game before they released it.