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Destroy All Humans! Gets Accolades Trailer


See what critics (including us) are saying about the Destroy All Humans! remake with the accolades trailer for THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games’ title.

Since its release a few weeks ago, this title has seen a 96% rating on Steam and a 83% positive Metacritic user-score. Other critics featured include Gamingtrend, God is a Geek, Wegotthiscovered, and Gamebyte.

Our score (an 80/100) can be seen at the 0:10 mark, right as an unfortunate cow is getting abducted. You can watch the full trailer in all of its glory below:

Destroy All Humans! – Accolades Trailer

A remake of the 2005 title, Destroy All Humans! has players terrorizing the people of 1950s Earth as the evil alien Crypto-13. Utilizing an assortment of psychic abilities and alien weaponry (including the Abducto Beam and teslatastic electricity), players must harvest DNA and bring the US government down to its knees as they take one giant step on mankind.

For those who want to witness the Furon Empire in all of its glory, a Destroy All Humans! demo is now available for the PC via Steam and Gog.com. The title is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

You can read our review here.

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