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Destroy All Humans 2 (PS2)
- Destroy All Humans! 2 turns the tables on traditional sci-fi action games allowing gamers to play as the Alien and take on the most feared enemy in the galaxy mankind
- Unleash massive destruction - Players have total freedom to destroy anything and manipulate everything in the world
- Explore 5 open-world game environments from Bay City, to Albion, to Takoshima Island.
- Start new story missions without returning to the mothership or explore the open world with a huge variety of side missions relevant to the game's storyline
- Co-Op multiplayer
- Play in special two-player mini games like PK Tennis and more
- New weapons, mental abilities and upgrades
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- Platform: PlayStation2
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
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Destroy All Humans 2 (PS2)
In a nutshell:
The love generation is an endangered species with the return of everybodys favourite human hating alien and his painfully bizarre array of people busting weapons.
Crypto (or at least one of his clones) is back! With his previous genocidal plans foiled, hes now trying his luck in the 60s. No longer restricted to America, you can now tour the world with missions set in the USSR, Britain and Japan which revolves around a bizarre conspiracy involving ninjas and rival aliens. The first sensible change to the gameplay though is the reduction of the stealth elements from the first game and the addition of new weapons like the meteor strike gun and the killer Frisbee throwing Disclocator. Combat is still pretty shallow, but Cryptos psychic powers and the chance to wreck whole cities with your flying saucer provide plenty of amusement.
Most exciting moment:
Destroying humans is always more fun with a friend and unlike the last game this includes a co-operative mode that lets you play the whole of the story mode with a pal. Since Crypto is a clone anyway its not much of a stretch for the plot either.
Since you ask:
THQ has announced a deal with Fox Broadcasting to make a computer animated TV show based on Destroy All Humans! One of the writers from cartoon King of the Hill has been brought on to work on it but theres no clue as to when it will start airing.
The bottom line:
Shallow and silly, but even more fun than the first.-HARRISON DENT
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Including number 1's weapons, you have now got the all new: The Dislocator, which throws objects/people into the air and then they just bounce crazily off everything. The Beast Burrower, which is by far the coolest, this sends a giant worm in the ground to pop out of the ground and eat whatever target you have picked. The Meteor Strike, used for extra damage, sends a meteor down from space to squash anything. The Gastro Gun, which drops an alien named Gastro, hr shoots nearby enemies and sucks in their attacks. As well as the old mental abilities he can now make his victims follow him or protect him, and the mind flash, which makes all of his witnesses forget everything at your threat level becomes zero.
It is amazing the absolutely massive locations, including America, Britain, Japan, the Moon and the Soviet Union. In each of these countries/communities he goes around in one massive city, everything is done in excellent detail, time, and near proper maps. The best thing is that you can destroy recognisable places, including the Big Ben. There are so many places, and they all have secret weapons and upgrades. In this one collecting DNA is no longer the main issue, which is good, you now only haft to collect DNA and the remains of peoples for upgrades.
The soundtrack is absolutely superb, classics from the 1960's (which is when the game is set). Your main opponents are the MI5 and the KGB. Crypto still has his witty and funny one-liners, and it is hilarious what he says sometimes after he has used his "muck" gun. Overall I think this is a brilliant game, the levels are no longer repetitive like the firsts. This game will truly have you flying around for months and months, for the sheer fun of it. The story itself is not very long, but there are so many different ways you can do it. For anyone who want a laugh and a long lasting game.
However this is a pretty good game as you play alien anti-hero Crypto, the hilarious character who takes the mickey out of everything. The fun factor increases with weapons such as the "Anal Probe" which you can tell by the title what the weapon is based for. The gameplay is pretty good, especially the aiming aid which shows how much life a person has left and the missions can be quite challenging without it being too long or too difficult. The cut scenes are brilliant as you can choose what to say and when. For example, you could cut right to the chase and ask what is the next mission or you could say a witty retort like "my uncle told me not to talk to strangers."
However the graphics are not the best, for example the human character lacks life-like features such as eyes blinking. And as I siad in my introduction, the aim of the game is to destroy all humans, not destroy all russians or get sidetracked by some big busty Russian female agent. Though this does contribute the lifespan of the game which is already short.
With some more missions this would be one of the most essential sequals in gaming history, but despite that it is a fantastic game to play bursting with originality.
So all in all, not bad
So-so/nonsense story line...
And yet I can't. Instead, I love it.
Run around a variety of locations, corrupting the innocent, battling government agents, stealing DNA, powering up various weapons, riding around the skies in your own flying saucer. And there is BUCKET LOADS of replay in this game.
The humour is quite adult, and is similar to Duke Nukem: Time To Kill - a little in the Beavis & Butthead vein.
The game play is like an advanced version of Ratchet & Clank 2: Locked & Loaded (PS2) - big open arenas with lots of side quests, and plenty of reason to come back at later levels to explore areas that were not open before. Your main character has static stats, but there is loads of equipment to upgrade.
As long as you suspend disbelief and go along with the somewhat incredible plot, you will have a happy few months ahead of you.
Theres alot of comedy in this game which makes it that much better (The good part of the dialogue) so that speaks for it too.
The game itself was flawless, as specified and arrived very early :)
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