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Destroy All Humans - Xbox

4.3 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
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  • ESRB Rating: T for Teen
  • Action/Adventure

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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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ASIN B00097IA88
Release date September 8, 2006
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4.3 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,527 in videogames
#28 in Video Games > More Systems > Xbox > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Xbox
Unless you've been living underground for the past couple of weeks, you're already very familiar with the recent release of Destroy All Humans! - and if you're anything like me, you've been waiting for it for some time. So... is it everything we'd hoped it would be? Is it worth your hard-earned cash? Read on for one man's opinion.

Destroy All Humans! is set in the 1950's, and the look and feel of the game is genuinely faithful to camp favorites such as Plan 9 From Outer Space. You play Crypto, the latest in a nearly endless series of clones representing the Furon empire, and your mission is simple - retrieve DNA from humans on the planet Earth as a means of preserving your race. I won't go into all the details of the storyline - suffice it so say that in the end, your activities on Earth aren't really all that dependent on DNA recovery. You receive orders, missions, and upgrades to weapons and abilities from Orthopox, a Furon alien superbrain who's interactions with Crypto are frequently amusing.

Orthopox requires DNA in exchange for the upgrades, but you'll probably have little difficulty amassing sufficient DNA in the first area to take care of your needs for the entire game. In fact, the DNA for upgrades exchange is one of the weakest areas of the game, as it becomes clear early on that collecting DNA is a rather worthless exercise. You can amass significant quantities of DNA just by completing side missions, which you can repeat - although the requirements get continually more difficult as you repeat them. That's not to say it's not fun - it is. I never tire of seeing the ol' brain pop out of a helpless human, but there really isn't any point beyond just the fun of it.

As for weapons, they're fun and imaginative.
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A Kid's Review on June 21, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
To start off, I'm not a kid, I just lost my password. Anyways, Destroy All Humans! is an immensly fun game. It has a similar feel to GTA, but is much less gritty and seems almost a little cartoony with the ray guns to fry people. Though, the game is very open-ended and there are many ways to complete a mission. For example, a farmer sees you come up to his house and he gets the shotgun. You have the choice to fry him with your ray gun, hypnotize him, disguise yourself as him, get in your space ship to abduct him, use the space ship for a very powerful ray gun, or (my favorite) use telekenesis to throw something big at his house and make it explode (like a tractor). Overall, this game is a lot of fun and I highly suggest you buy it.
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Platform for Display: Xbox
Destroy all humans! is one of the most innovative games of the year, with a

unique perspective and destructible environments you will be addicted in no time.

DAH! is set in the 1950s and revolves around the accidental destruction of a

Furon scout ship by the US Army, this accident sparks an invasion force...of 2

Furons, Orthopox and Cryptosporidum-137.

You Play as Cryptosporidium-137, sent to earth to investigate the disappearance

of your previous clone Cryptosporidium-136. Your leader is Orthopox (voiced by

Richard Horvitz, the voice of Invader Zim from the cartoon series Invader Zim),

he provides you with missions, weapons and upgrades as well as funny

conversations and Intel.

Cryptosporidum has access to a variety of weapons, the most entertaining being

the disintegration gun which turns humans into gray ash skeletons that blow away

in the wind. Even better then your weapons are your mind powers, Crypto can use

telekinesis, telepathy, hypnotism and the strange ability to make a persons head

explode in order to harvest their brain. Crypto also has an interesting stealth

option, he can use a "HoloBob", a device that generates a holographic image over

Crypto enabling him to copy the appearance of targeted humans and move

undetected among his foes.

What alien invasion game would be complete without the ability to unleash

massive devastation from the air a saucer? DAH! has you covered with Crypto'smodifiable saucer!
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When this game first came out in 2005, I loved it. To this day, it's one of my favorite games! I'm glad I decided to buy it on Xbox recently. I have an original Xbox, but I've mostly been playing it on my 360 - and let me say, it runs better than any other original Xbox game on the 360! I've experienced no lag, the game still loads very fast, controls all function, sound is great, etc. As long as you have an original fat model with an official Microsoft hard drive, you can play this and many other Xbox originals on your console. All you have to do is connect your console to the Internet via wifi adaptor or ethernet cable, insert the disc, and download the update when prompted. That's it!

Now, for my review of the game:
Destroy all Humans! takes place in the 50's, ans you play as Cryptosporidum-137 (or Crypto for short), a clone of an alien warrior (a race known as Furons). Crypto is equipped with several weapons, such as a battery operated gun that shoots electricity, a weapon that disintegrates enemies, a "grenade launcher" with a detonator, and the humorous Anal Probe. Additionally, Crypto also has mental abilities including telekinesis, hypnotizing people into cause distractions, reading people's thoughts, ability to disguise himself as a hologram version of a human, and ability to extract people's brainstems, awarding him with DNA (used to purchase upgrades). Crypto also has a flying saucer, which is well equipped as well.

Missions range from using stealth to infiltrate military bases, blowing buildings and/or people up, rigging the presidential election (by stopping people from entering to vote), and much more. The game also allows free roaming when off missions.
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