Destroy All Humans 2 (Sony PlayStation 2, 2006)
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|Set during a time of free love, new ideas, communism, and bra burning, Destroy All Humans! 2 re-creates the sci-fi genre of the 1960s with dialogue, characters, and culture that includes hippies, the cold war, girls in poodle skirts, guys in letter jackets, and secretive "G-Men." |
Playing as Cryptospordium-137 a Furon sent to Earth to collect DNA, gamers navigate the little grey intergalactic tourist through a variety of environments, such as the desert, a California beach town, Japan, Russia, a farm, a military base, and more. The main goal is to collect DNA by blasting humans with one of eight weapons and mind control moves including the Meteor Strike, the Disclocator, the Cortex Scan, PK, Mind Flash, Transmogrify, and more. Upgrades for weaponry or abilities are acquired through the Abduction Vault located on the Mothership. Crypto also has the use of a flying saucer to destroy all humans with if the authority figures on the ground make foot travel impossible. Police, military units, and the mysterious "G-Men" will pursue Crypto based on the amount of damage and deaths he has caused. At first, only the police are called to handle Crypto and his homicidal rampage, but as the damage and death toll grows, the military and higher defensive units are called in to keep the peace.
Destroy All Humans! 2 features co-op multiplayer action for two players who may complete the entire single-player story together, replay completed missions, or challenge each other to multiplayer mini-games such as PK Tennis and more.
|Game||Destroy All Humans! 2|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Crude Humor, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Violence|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||Destroy All Humans! Series|
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- keeperkitMar 1, 2007by
Destroy All Humans! 2 - Playstation 2 game
According to my 9 year old son, this is an excellent game. I am not much of a gamer myself, but after watching this, I think I understand the attraction. It is lively and challenging and the graphics are good. I think that the gore is minimalized just perfectly so that my son feels like he has done some damage, but he isn't getting the real life drama and effect of some of the Mature games.
I recommend this to any mom out there who might be questioning the T rating for their younger children. My first grader is still too young for this one, but it's about right for the older elementary and early middle school crowd.
My son still plays it after having msstered it, which is not something I can say for all of his games. So in my book, it's a good buy.
- 162114926@delet...Jan 13, 2008by
Better then the first, but not by alot...
If you've played Destroy All Humans one, then theres not a whole lot to expect from this sequel. The gameplay is just the same as the first, but slightly different, the weapons are the same, but there is a couple of new ones (one being REALLY cool), you have the same jetpack, but it flys differently. If you get what I'm saying, not alot changed, but it's still real fun just to run around destroying all humans. In this story, after Krypto took over most of America in the end of number one, the Mother Ship is completely destroyed and leaves Krypto by himself one Earth with only a hologram of Pox since Pox also blew up in the explosion. You start the quest searching for what is left of your Mother Ship in the 60s, and surrounded by hippies! Instead of upgrading on the Mother Ship, you upgrade by talking to Pox's hallagram, and instead of paying with DNA, you pay with FuronTechCells that you find through out the levels, (America, England, China...) Under the skin, this is another really fun game, but it failed to keep me as hooked as the first, probably because its so simular to the original. Although, if you did enjoy the first game, I recomend this very highly!Read full review
- 349276473@delet...Nov 6, 2006by
This game like it's pre-game DAH!1 is an awsome mix of alien mastery and mayhem. For anyone who likes aliens, the pre-game, or just screwing with the human race this is the game for you
- rev3937Mar 7, 2012by
My son had a good time playing this game, and it was well worth the money.
My son likes this game and kept at it tell he beat the game. To me all the games are alike. He tells me what he likes. Sorry, I could not be of more help.
- birdyman2.0Sep 28, 2011by
This is one of the best games ever! You'll love it if you liked the first!
This game is awesome! I bought the first game of the series 2 weeks ago, and because that was very good, I knew this one would! You play as Cryptosporidium-137, and your main objective is to pick up all of the pieces of your mothership that was destroyed by the Russian KGB. It is dated in 1969, and a great addition to the game after Destroy All Humans! 1, is that you can free roam and just have fun causing havoc whenever you want a break from the missions! Also, you have a much larger selection of weapons, and upgrades for them. What I always think is cool, is how you can abduct people off the streets and combine their genes to make your own upgrades! The weapons are new and awesome, and they made a longer storyline and a more fun experience during gameplay. Overall, this game is amazing, and is going to give you countless hours of fun! 5 stars!Read full review