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THQ Destroy All Humans! Path Of The Furon for XBox 360

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  • Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon redefines the series for next-gen increasing the size, scale and scope of Crypto's arsenal of alien weaponry, mental abilities and destruction
  • High Fidelity Destruction - Manipulate or destroy anything in the world, creating disaster movie inspired level of destruction and mayhem
  • Open World Game Play - Go anywhere at anytime via an open world mission structure Explore 5 open world environments without ever leaving the game world, or take on a variety of side missions and mini-games
  • Destroy All Humans Redefined - Next-gen graphics, detailed destruction, new weapons, new mental abilities, expanded UFO capabilities, customized upgrades and co-op and competitive multiplayer gameplay
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Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
Item model number752919550298
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
  
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ASINB0013RDX7Q
Best Sellers Rank #8,049 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon from THQ for the Xbox 360 takes players around the world on a journey of destruction and enlightenment in the super funky 1970s. This next installment in the acclaimed franchise redefines the brand's irreverent Sci-Fi action gaming experience with new weapons and player abilities, high-fidelity destruction and expanded open-world game play.



Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon takes players around the world on a super-funky, 1970s journey. View larger.


The new UFO ship is loaded with weapons to deliver massive destruction. View larger.


Crypto is packin' serious heat with the Zap-O-Matic, Black Hole Gun, and more.
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Funky, Destructo Story
After facing down nuclear Armageddon, Crypto finds himself semi-retired and sinning it up in Las Paradiso in the funked-out seventies. But when Nexo Cyborg Clones from his home planet attack, Crypto is swept up in a conspiracy that unravels his groovy new way of life on Earth and threatens the very survival of his entire race. To stop the Nexo onslaught before it's too late, Crypto must embark on a challenging journey, and with the help of an ancient alien Kung Fu master he must learn new powers in order to defeat his most difficult enemy yet -- his own kind.

Clobber 'Em With Your Mind...and Guns
Embark on the Path of Enlightenment to learn devastating new mental powers from an ancient alien Kung-Fu master. You'll be able to freeze time and manipulate the world around you with your psychokinetic abilities, hypnotize humans to do your bidding, or snatch their bodies to mingle with the locals.

But your mind isn't your only weapon in Path of the Furon; you'll be battling enemies with a devastating arsenal of alien weaponry. Old favorites are back, such as the Zap-O-Matic and Anal Probe, but with next-gen upgrades. And if you're looking for new weapons for the arsenal, this game delivers with the Black Hole Gun and the Venus Human Trap -- exciting additions that will help you wreak havoc in new and devastating ways.

Next-Gen UFO and Hi-Fi Destruction
Crypto's ride just got pimped. With tight handling, remarkable control, fine Corinthian leather, and lots and lots of guns, you'll take to the skies to reign down terror from above. The new UFO is loaded with the Plasma Cannon and the Tornadotron for massive destruction, or engage in air-to-air combat with the new "fire-and-fugetaboutit" Seeker Drones.

In Path of the Furon you're powerful enough to manipulate or destroy anything in the world. Create disaster movie-level destruction with advanced multi-stage destruction capabilities, collateral damage, chain reactions and advanced physics. Now players can lay waste to entire cities, creating panic in the streets -- destruction, destruction, destruction, is the name of this game.

Expansive Levels and Mutliplayer Action
Go anywhere at anytime via an open world mission structure. Path of the Furon allows you to explore five massive open world environments without ever leaving the game world or take on a variety of side missions and mini-games. And you can "Destroy All Humans!" together through a variety of co-op and adversarial multiplayer modes.




Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon is a fun, explosive game loaded with missions, co-op and adversarial multiplayer modes.

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THQ Destroy All Humans! Path Of The Furon for XBox 360

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My son wanted all the Destroy All Humans games... and he loves them all.
Lisa A Butler
One extremely game crushing bug that I've encountered not once, but several times is the 'Body Snatching' game glitch.
Kenneth E. Spurlock
Worse, though, than the game being unfunny... the story doesn't make sense.
Jason Scheiner

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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By QSJ on December 7, 2008
The good: I recently downloaded the original Destroy all Humans (DAH) on XBox Live and really enjoyed it. Hoping for more of Crypto's antics, I got DAH Path of the Furon. I am currently in the last world and have really enjoyed the game. Path of the Furon is a quantum leap in improvement from the original one. The scope of the game is quite ambitious in terms of scale, detail, and weapons.

This is one of the least frustrating games I have played in a long time. Unlike the original, a failed mission does not start from the beginning; it starts from the last successful mission step you completed. The missions are quite varied compared to the original and are very entertaining. The dialogue and voice acting is superb which must total more than an hour. Reading people's minds yields a much larger variety of comments than its predecessor.

The game shines with its innovative variety of weapons including the Tornadotron, the Black Hole Gun, Venus Human Trap, and Superballer. You eventually learn to manipulate time and do the temporal Fist. I like the fact that there is a large combination of ways to tackle an enemy which are quite different (unlike other games where the weapons just shoot projectiles with different damage and rate properties). If you want to stop time, use Psychokinesis on a tank's bullet flying towards you, and hurl it back to the enemy with the Temporal fist, you can!

The cities are very detailed, and there is plenty of eye candy. The "realism" of destruction of buildings is the best you will see in a game at present.

The bad: Given the complexity and scale of the game, you will notice bugs. I've noticed a few times that after reading someone's mind the person's speech was not audible.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Banzhaf on February 11, 2009
I've been a die-hard fan of Crypto since the first 2 games in this series, and while this game took a alternate path ("Temporal FIST!") I still enjoyed it and had about as much fun as I did with the first two.
There are a few glitches that I had to re-start the game from the last save, but figured out that if you head in another direction when you re-start, it avoids the glitch. A lot of the play style you've been used to is a little changed, but as with anything---take it on it's own, and on it's own you'll enjoy it. They first did a 50's motiff, then a 60's motiff -- and this took a whack at the Disco era. I'd love to see the series continue........but where do we go from here? I KNOW...Crypto can blow up Paris Hilton? (admit it, you'd like that, right?)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth E. Spurlock on December 25, 2009
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First off, I would like to let people know that I have only played the XBox 360 version of this game and I do not know if it plays the same on the PS3 or not.

That being said I think this is an extremely fun game. With all new exciting weapons to unload all your frustrations on the filthy monkey race known as humans. However, the fun stops there.

This game (atleast for the 360) is extremely littered with bugs. And speaking as a gamer I know the difference between small game glitches that you can work around and deal with and the game killing bugs that seem to plague this game. You would think that the game developer would have tested this game before releasing it but apparently not. One extremely game crushing bug that I've encountered not once, but several times is the 'Body Snatching' game glitch. Apparently when you body snatch someone and so much as move the look spring to the levt Crypto becomes 'stuck', and since a lot of missions have portions where you need to body snatch someone and this bug means you have to turn off your console and restart from your last save location it turns the game from fun to insufferable to play.

I would say to anyone to not buy this game and that the developers need to pull it off the shelf and fix the bugs and I feel extremely sorry for anyone who gets this game for Christmas this year.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mitch on June 12, 2013
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The switch over between the first games and this one from the original developers Pandemic Studio's to this games developers, Sandblast Games, did this series no favors at all. Loved the first two game to death, so recently I bought this one, but it is so bad, I haven't even completed all of the game yet. The humor is just terrible and the gameplay is bad and the story is stupid and lacks all of the humorous components is predecessors thrived on.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Rumler on January 12, 2012
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Being a DAH fan, I went ballistic over the release of yet another chapter in Crypto's fun-loving, empirically destructive yet always sarcastic life. Much to my dismay, I found this addition to the DAH game family to be a little less than entertaining. Certainly, the epic one liners sparked a few chuckles and the overall destruction and chaos I was able to wreak was enjoyable, but it seemed like a cliff-note version of something which could have been much, much better. The weapons were more or less the same as in DAH 2.....with only a few interesting additions to both Crypto's and the Saucer's arsenal. The additions to the PK powers made for interesting and somewhat comical adventures and the Venus Human Trap was entertaining but there was just something.....missing. The story line was a bit weak and the missions seemed a bit too easy for the more experienced DAH player. If you haven't played any of the other DAH games, this one is an entertaining adventure that may be the catalyst to a Crypto addiciton. If you're played the other games....LOVED the other games and are looking for another side-splitting adventure...you MAY be a little disappointed. Is it still worth it? Yeah......if you just want to add to the collection and show loyalty to the Furon God. :) My overall personal opinion........DAH 2 is by FAR my favorite of the series.....too bad it's only available on the original Xbox.....but....the only reason I still hang onto the older console. :)
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