For the mentally deranged or simply sadistic, Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon can be bought from Play for only £12.99!
Probed in a price-comparison, Play’s offer for Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon emerged the cheapest available, with a five-pound saving and free delivery! The Destroy All Humans! series enjoyed modest success upon its release, until Path of the Furon averaged a measly 34/100 on MetaCritic, with critics citing the repetitive design and technical flaws chief among the game’s problems.
Path of Furon is another prequel to the original Destroy All Humans! game. It rewinds the much-loved alien invader Crypto to 1970s, replete with funky music and neon lights! Crypto, under the tutelage of the Master, a martial-arts expert Furon, is ordered to cause more chaos and destruction to the indigenous population of Earth, much to his delight.
The Destroy All Humans! games play similarly to Grand Theft Auto, with a sandbox city for the player to explore. Yet instead of gang-warfare and drive-bys, Crypto can whizz around on his jetpack or in his flying saucer, toppling buildings and splattering humans like grapes. Or, if you’re feeling particularly malevolent, you can abduct humans for your nefarious schemes. Crypto can also employ his Psychokinesis powers to pause time, manipulate physical objects and generally cause more wanton destruction.
Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon also contains a multiplayer portion, with two players able to compete co-operatively in a smaller, isolated version of the campaign. It’s a shallow attempt at multiplayer, with very little depth or polish, but may sway some reviewers to look more favourably upon the game.
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