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Destroy All Humans (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
4.5 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

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  • Turn the tables on the classic Alien vs. Human storyline
  • Play from the Alien perspective and finally know what it feels like to have the upper hand
  • Arm yourself with a variety of alien weaponry on land or in the air
  • Use the Ion detonator, the Zap-o-Matic or even the Quantum Deconstructor to eradicate feeble humans
  • Explore and interact with 5 huge environments using alien abilities to manipulate humans into submission
  • Take to the skies in your UFO
  • Abduct animals, cars, and humans for research, or cause large-scale destruction
  • Packed with familiar and popular Sci-Fi references.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over 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.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00029P9NW
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 141 g
  • Release Date: 24 Jun. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,997 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Amazon.co.uk Review

It’s rarely a good sign when a game sells itself on its comedy value as much as its gameplay, but although Destroy All Humans! certainly has its problems it’s still a witty and original slice of Sci-Fi hokum.

Cast as an evil, Jack Nicholson sounding, alien called Crypto you are sent out to perform the game’s titular task in a stylised 1950s America, where the game has good fun poking fun at McCarthy era paranoia and the banality of suburban life.

Developed by the same team behind LucasArts’ Mercenaries, there are some obvious similarities between the two games. There isn’t a single giant game world and you can’t go around pinching vehicles but the combat and freedom to explore and destroy virtually anything is very similar. In fact the only vehicle you can pilot is your trusty, and super destructive, UFO, which is parked at a specific spot on each level.

On foot you have a range of weapons, including the just-as-painful-as-it-sounds anal probe. You also have a small range of psychic powers, including telekinesis, all of which, along with your weapons and UFO, can be upgraded by collecting people’s brains.

The problem with the game is that the combat is very shallow and the missions tend to get very samey very quickly. Even the comedy can become repetitive as you hear the same comments again and again. It’s no classic for sure, but if the setting and humour appeals you could do a lot worse than Destroy All Humans! -- Harrison Dent

Manufacturer's Description

Use destructive weapons and innate mental powers to take on the most feared enemy in the galaxy Mankind!

Play as Crypto, an alien warrior sent to Earth to clear the way for the Furon invasion force. Your mission is to infiltrate humanity, control them, harvest their brain stems and ultimately destroy them. You choose the method infiltration or disintegration!



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Normally in games, you play as man, with big weapons, destroying all manner of alien, however, this game has turned the table.
You play as Crypto-Sporidium 137. He's a little annoyed, his brother, Crypto-Sporidium 136 took a trip to earth, and hasn't been back since, Therefore the Furon empire has decided to invade earth, (You'll see all of this in the introduction.) and most likely, destroy it.
Now, the game is graphically superb. Creating an atmosphere of fifties America, which is seen in the way people talk and dress. The levels include the farm, the fairground, and the white house, and more. All have been excellently created, all feeling like a world in themselves.
Now, the game allows you to follow a plot and this in itself is incredible. In one level, you must take on the form of a human, read the minds of all around to find which one has the most simple mind, and then convince them to come back to the spaceship (well hypnotize them to come back to the spaceship!) Thankfully there are also a number of side quests in each area. These include racing, to collecting enough DNA in each level. This DNA can be used to upgrade weapons you have on your spaceship and you own hand weapon.
This brings me on to my second important point. You can either engage in hand combat, OR use the spaceship to wreak havok on the inhabitants of earth! You have your death ray, abducto beam and Atomic Deconstructor, and it can be a laugh to level an entire level as you please.
So apart from all this, are the any major flaws-well, actually no, the graphics are good, the sounds and voices are hillarious, and its actually pretty funny. Its got length and side missions-what more could you want! But remember, its a 15 for a reason...
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This is an enjoyable albeit short game (two weeks to complete). You play the part of a little grey man (not green) and have to complete linear missions either on foot or using your saucer. Think 'Mars Attacks' and you get the idea.
Crypto, the alien, has powers such as mind reading, psychokinesis and brain extraction. The latter is used for collecting DNA which is exchanged for upgrades.
It's fun using your array of zappers and bombs. For real destructive power though use your spaceship to blow up buildings and 'abductor ray' tanks and other hostiles.
The graphics are excellent and sound original. No real complaints except longevity. Once you complete the main missions, there is little replay value.
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This game is one of the most original and funniest games I have played in a long while. As the name suggests you play an alien who has come to earth to wipe humans from the face of the planet (he is also there to collect DNA and find his previous incarnation but he mainly wants to just kill people). To help you in your mission you have a number of weapons from the basic Zap-O-Matic through to the Ion Detonator grenade launcher that do everything from electrocute to atomize and all in brilliant 1940's styling. You also have a fully tooled up flying saucer with Death Rays and Abducto Beams aplenty and your innate psychic abilities that you can use to terrify the foolish humans that stand against you. The missions your superior sends you on range from the absurdly easy to the fiendishly difficult but there is always something to interest and challenge you. The only criticism that I have of this game is that there is no multi-player option but that is a minor dampener on an otherwise brilliant game.
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This is one of those games where you just want to muck around a bit on, the gameplay is more fun, than thrilling and engaging but the aded bonus is that its one of the funniest games around. However the gameplay is ubelievably repetative and after a while (being such a long game) it can get extremely boring. The graphics have been put together well and the there are some good music tracks to go along with the eary alien mood. Not forgetting ofcorse all the new , mad and giant weapons you get to lay your hands on, are extremely fun for vapourising the men in black with. The mind tricks (lifting cars and other objects about) is a little corny and you do get abit fed up with it after a while, but its still a real hoot to throw cars and eventually tanks all over the place. So if your looking for a seriouse game that you really want to get stuck into, don't buy this game, but if you want a game that you can simply fade in and out of for a bit of fun then this is the game for you
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By A Customer on 12 July 2005
In this game you play as Crypto-Sporidium 137. He's a little annoyed, his brother, Crypto-Sporidium 136 took a trip to earth, and hasn't been back since, Therefore the Furon empire has decided to invade earth, (You'll see all of this in the introduction.) and most likely, destroy it.
Now, the game is graphically superb. Creating an atmosphere of fifties America, which is seen in the way people talk and dress. The levels include the farm, the fairground, and the white house, and more. All have been excellently created, all feeling like a world in themselves.
Now, the game allows you to follow a plot and this in itself is incredible. In one level, you must take on the form of a human, read the minds of all around to find which one has the most simple mind, and then convince them to come back to the spaceship (well hypnotize them to come back to the spaceship!) Thankfully there are also a number of side quests in each area. These include racing, to collecting enough DNA in each level. This DNA can be used to upgrade weapons you have on your spaceship and you own hand weapon.
This brings me on to my second important point. You can either engage in hand combat, OR use the spaceship to wreak havok on the inhabitants of earth! You have your death ray, abducto beam and Atomic Deconstructor, and it can be a laugh to level an entire level as you please.
So apart from all this, are the any major flaws-well, actually no, the graphics are good, the sounds and voices are hillarious, and its actually pretty funny. Its got length and side missions-what more could you want! But remember, its a 15 for a reason...
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