'Destroy All Humans: Remastered' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Now Available on PlayStation 4 [VIDEO]
Back in 2005, "THQ Nordic" released a colorful and crazy game set in the late 1950s America where an alien named Crypto has come to our planet to rescue his fellow Alien from the United States Army. The game was fun and quite exciting, and now it's making a comeback on "PS4" in an all-new "Destroy All Humans: Remastered".
"THQ Nordic" recently announced that "Destroy All Humans: Remastered" version will be released on the "PlayStation Store" for only $19.99. Although the gameplay is not as interesting as most games, it does a great job of creating a fun and crazy world. The goofiness is so consistent that the game doesn't lose its entertainment factor, which makes gives a regular gamer some break.
The game puts the player in Crypto's role, who is on a mission to save one of his alien comrade from the United States Army. "Destroy All Humans: Remastered" gameplay mainly goes around Crypto's misadventures and a bunch of mischiefs. People can also try to use his eccentric set of gadgets, such as his "Anal Probe" and "Disintegrator Ray", which keeps every human away from his path. They will also be able to try Crypto's one of a kind flying saucer that, for some odd reason, beam cows as you hit your target.
The creators of "Destroy all Humans: Remastered" are hoping to make the remake as enjoyable as the first game and they are hoping that this will be the start of something new in the game series. According to "PlayStation Lifestyle", several "THQ Nordic" games from "PS2" will have its comeback for "PS4" in the near future. "Red Faction" and "Red Faction 2" were already rated by the ESRB for the "PS4" game console aside from "Destroy All Humans: Remastered". This is great news for avid fans of "THQ Nordic" games who have been waiting for some of its title to be released on "PS4".
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