CGR Undertow - DESTROY ALL HUMANS! PATH OF THE FURON for Xbox 360 Video Game Review





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Published on Nov 13, 2010

Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of DESTROY ALL HUMANS! PATH OF THE FURON on Microsoft's Xbox 360. Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon was released for the PlayStation 3 (PS3), however not in North America. Playing as the Furon Crypto you must now battle the long thought destroyed Nexos and must leave the city of Las Paradiso to defeat this newfound enemy. This game as surprising amount of mission and side-quests that will keep players busy for quite some time, even if you have to deal with some lackluster graphics and slight glitches. However, the multiplayer is only playable offline which sort of detracts from the game, but not too much. This CGR Undertow video game review features DESTROY ALL HUMANS! PATH OF THE FURON video gameplay footage and commentary from Classic Game Room's Ray.

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Roman Bellic
I think they should have kept the old saucer, and then have a new saucer too, it doesn't feel the same without it, and seeing it all old and burnt crashed into the entrance of their casino makes me sad, because that saucer killed robo prez, burnt down that farm in mission 1 in the first game, destroyed blimps full of that purple drink in DAH2, dropped dragon eggs in a volcano, assisted Crypto when he was helping pox run Big Willy's, its just sad, all those memories to waste man.
Macey Knous
wish pandemic studios exists still so they could make a destroy all humans making fun of the 90's
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Cat From The Future
So, this is basically Saints Row, but with alien weapons and a spaceship? 
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Pr Persona
ayy lmao
Tetriz Demon
My biggest gripe with this game is the fact that you can't go on an indefinite rampage against the humans. After fighting the military for a short while, the nexos interfere. At that moment it stops feeling like "destroy all humans". It ruins what could have been the best part of the game. Such a stupid decision on the developer's part. We didn't play this game to fight these wierd aliens. There should at least an option that stops nexos appearing in free roam after the game has been completed. Also, why the hell do civilians get more health in later levels? It makes it so much less fun to rampage on later levels.
is this game two player co op thru the campaign like destroy all humans 2
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I be happy if they just made a 1 and then a 2 HD remake games n if they want redo 3 with a new and better more serious story.. no big willy isn't cannon
Alexandre T.
I really hated this one
and pc will emulate it all... again...
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that would be good but this franchise is dead so I doubt it 
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