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Destroy All Humans

Not Rentable
Also on:Xbox
GF Rating
7.6

3327 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
7

Good

Entertaining

posted by fatherscar (CORNING, AR) Nov 14, 2006

Top Reviewer

Member since Jul 2004

10 out of 10 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game is quite entertaining and funny. Not too difficult to learn to play, great game for a rainy night with nothing better to do, or if your just frustrated with school or work. The added content movie was awesome B-Movie classic (I wish more games would put feature length movies as bonus content)and did you notice the voice of Invader Zim?

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GF Rating
7

Good

destroy all humans mother ............ er

posted by griffin090 (SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH) Jan 19, 2008

Member since Dec 2006

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

this game was going to suck, thats what i thought. but in the end it actually turned out better than almost any ps2 game! this has comedy, action, villains, and radio active exploding cows!!!!! (it really is in the game!) this game has a good bad guy, and he/she has a secret reveiled at the end of the game! as crypto always says "EAT PLASMA EARTH MONKEYS!". definatly get this game and the sequal if you can! 7.2 out of 10!

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GF Rating
7

Good

Mars Attacks!

posted by Amozarte (CHESTERFIELD, MO) Nov 1, 2007

Member since Apr 2007

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Destroy All Humans is a delightfully fun, albeit repetitive game that clearly takes a few pages from the script of “Mars Attacks,” complete with a Jack Nicholson impression for the main character’s voice.

The goal of this game is to send you romping across 1960’s USA, attempting to eliminate the vile infestation of humans from the surface of planet Earth. The humans, you see, contain vital nutrients in their brain stems. Your job is to harvest those brain stems while completing other various objectives. All the while, goofy humour is injected almost everywhere possible.

Gameplay is fairly straightforward, done in open-world style. “Levels” take place in various different arenas, ranging from a country fairground to sprawling urban settings. You mostly run around on foot to extract human grey matter and complete objectives, but you also have the ability to beam into your flying saucer and ray-gun humans and houses en masse. Apart from the main objectives, you can take part in a number of side activities like “Destroy a certain number of buildings within a time limit”.

All-in-all this game provides enough amusement to make it worth the rental, but I strongly discourage purchase on the grounds that the novelty wears off fairly quickly. Folks may knock the game for its simplicity, but I don’t believe that it ever promised more than what it is. This would be an ideal choice to rent when you need a good 8 or 10 hours of goofiness to fill the doldrums between big game releases.

Pros:
-Nutty, zany, “Mars Attacks” style humour
-Loveable characters
-Solid user interface

Cons:
-Very repetitive
-Very repetitive
-Very repetitive

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