Good plan news Destroy humanity with the Destroy All Humans Collector’s pre-order! on Nintendo Switch
Destroy All Humans! is back on Nintendo Switch, in a new, fully remastered version! Scheduled for June 29, Fnac has launched a promotion for this occasion, we are talking about it.
Destroy All Humans! It’s a bit of a funky mix between Mars Attacks! and an action game set during the 1950s. In a very Roswellian style, the title takes us on an adventure whose objective is simple: destroy humanity and conquer planet Earth!
The title was released originally in 2005, and marked the opinion by its very humorous aspect, in particular with the very particular weapons with which our alien anti-hero is equipped.
Where to buy the collector’s version of the game Destroy All Humans! Remake
Scheduled to return in 2021, the Nintendo Switch port has seen its release scheduled for June 29. And Fnac has already planned the pre-order of the Collector’s version of the game. The game is accompanied by some very nice additional content:
A Crypto-137 figurine (60 cm) A Crypto backpack A keychain Six lithographs An anti-stress toy A premium box All in-game appearances of Crypto
Find the pre-order of the Destroy All Humans Collector! at Fnac for € 399.99
What you need to know about Destroy All Humans! Remake
Destroy All Humans! – Remake on Switch is the remastered version of Destroy All Humans! released in 2005. This game is a humorous game. The objective is to exterminate humans with wacky weapons and absorb the brains of your victims.
To give you an idea of the game, here is the test result of the PS4 version:
The opinion of
While we were not really expecting a remake of Destroy All Humans !, we must admit that the work done by Black Forest Games commands respect and still allows today to appreciate the irreverent atmosphere of this title parodying with delight the science fiction of the 50s. Having refined the form, the substance, already effective in 2005, has aged rather well. However, we logically find the same faults as at the time, from the somewhat obsolete chapter construction to the sometimes annoying difficulty, including a pretext scenario to a succession of missions quicker to highlight incisive dialogues between Crypto and Orthopox to tell us a worthy story. Despite everything, the fun is still present and exploding buildings, disintegrating agents of the Majestic or extirpating the brains of humans still has its small effect, 15 years after the original.
For more information on the PS4 version of the title, we invite you to consult the full test of the game.
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Through Matt_Clank, Journalist Aroged.com