Destroy All Humans (Xbox One) Review

Destroy All Humans is by no means a classic, then. It’s showing its age in more than a few ways, however it’s unique “charm” (read: crude humour) just about holds up in 2020 and will serve to provide a solid nostalgia trip for fans of the original release. For this reason, it’d be hard to recommend at full price, but if it paves the way for a true, modern sequel with a proper open world, then all aboard the flying saucer!

Originally published on puredeadgaming.com
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