Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon for Xbox 360
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Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon

Dec 1, 2008
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About this game

Developer: THQ Nordic
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

In Path of the Furon, the destructive alien Crypto is taking on the funkdafied times of the 1970s, adding a bit of disco destruction to the people of earth. Picking up where Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed leaves off, Crypto finds himself attacked by a mysterious new enemy that's threatens the entire Furon race. With a conspiracy quickly formed that threatens his way of life, Crypto embarks on a journey to gain enlightenment from an alien Kung Fu master, unlocking new powers that will let him save the Furons once again.

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
4.32
3.00
Ryan GeddesDec 11, 2008
Skip this game. It looks terrible, the concept is stale, the storyline is lazy and full of racial stereotypes, and it feels like an unfinished idea. The first Destroy All Humans! title is available as an Xbox Original for $15, and it’s a far better experience.
Mal RodriguezDec 15, 2008
This brings us to the humor: There really isn’t any. Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon’s awkward, sluggishly paced cut scenes are obviously aiming for dark, humorous satire, but they usually miss the mark completely. Instead, we get sophomoric, potentially offensive tastelessness, if not straight up racism. Even if one joke makes you smile, the next five will contort that smile into a pained grimace.
Adam BrownDec 01, 2008
In the end, Path of the Furon fails to raise the bar for the Destroy All Humans franchise, even taking some dramatic steps backward. While new weapons like the Venus Human Trap and new powers such as the ability to freeze time can be useful and amusing, even they can't disguise the repetitive and uninspired nature of the game's missions.

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