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Destroy All Humans! Member Review for the PS2

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GENRE Action 
T Contains Language, Sexual Themes, Violence

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The first time I saw this game, it was advertised on the T.V. I looked at the screen in wonder and thought; "oh. Interesting..."

I had high hopes. The game looked slick, smooth, funny and original. The last two it was indeed, however the first two... Not so much.

I've not seen a game that looked so promising, to be such a dissapointment. Let's start with the gameplay shall we?

The first mission, it was a hoot. We could blow people... up and throw cows around and rip peoples brains out and blow up buildings. There was even a few side missions in the area to keep you busy, then the next mission. We could blow people up and throw cows around and rip peoples brains out and blow up buildings.

Very repetitive indeed. That is the reason for the main mark. The main missions are boring and lack variation. Once you've been in Santa Modesta for hours, you get bored. They unlock a few weapons and abilites along the way until you reach the end, which has to be one of the most unsatisfying video game endings since Resident Evil.

This game could have been so much better. Richard Horvitz playing Pox is great, but where's the... Sense of a good game in here? I'll tell you. Used on some other title.

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