Destroy All Humans!


The cult-classic returns! Terrorize the people of 1950s Earth in the role of the evil alien Crypto-137. Harvest DNA and bring down the US government in the remake of the legendary alien invasion action adventure. Annihilate puny humans using an assortment of alien weaponry and psychic abilities. Reduce their cities to rubble with your flying Saucer! One giant step on mankind!

  • Experience the evil side of a 50s alien invasion story
  • (Re)Discover why this game is considered one of the funniest ever created
  • Faithfully rebuilt from scratch in new galactic glory
  • Enjoy Crypto's unique weaponry like the Anal Probe Gun
  • Pose as pathetic humans to infiltrate their fragile democracy
  • Use psychokinesis to send enemies flying or bombard them with random objects
  • Freely traverse explorable cities from 50s America using your jetpack
  • Obliterate humanity's primitive architecture with your flying saucer
  • Includes the restored, much-rumored, never before seen: Lost Mission of Area 42!

Minimum Requirements
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 (64 bit)
Processor: AMD / Intel CPU running at 3.0 GHz or higher: AMD Kaveri A10-7850K or Intel Pentium DualCore G3220 or newer is recommended / Ryzen 5 2400G (for systems using an integrated GPU)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD/NVIDIA dedicated graphics card, with at least 4GB of dedicated VRAM and with at least DirectX 11.0 and Shader Model 5.1 support
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 19 GB available space
Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 9 compatible soundcard
Additional Notes: Windows 7 and 8.1 are supported but some AMD Graphics Cards might show weaker performance on those OS versions.
Recommended Specifications
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 (64 bit)
Processor: IAMD / Intel processor running at 3.5 GHz or higher (AMD Ryzen 3 1300x or Intel Core i3 8100 or newer is recommended)
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD/NVIDIA dedicated graphics card, with at least 4GB of dedicated VRAM and with at least DirectX 12.0 and Shader Model 6.0 support
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 19 GB available space
Sound Card: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 9 compatible soundcard
Additional Notes: Windows 7 and 8.1 are supported but some AMD Graphics Cards might show weaker performance on those OS versions.
  • Rebuilt from the ground up in every way, Destroy All Humans! (2020) puts every other remaster on notice -- this is how it’s done.

  • It may be a bit of a stretch to see if any game holds up after 15 years, but Destroy All Humans! is still a mindless romp of manic mass destruction that excels in the replayability department. A brilliantly polished slice of nostalgia, Destroy All Humans! knows exactly where to focus its energies with its silly story, updated gameplay and a graphical overhaul that is light-years ahead of the original invasion.

  • Destroy All Humans is a fantastic, faithful experience. Both older fans and new fans will find a lot of enjoyment here and hopefully we will see a lot more of Crypto’s antics going into the new generation.

  • In the end, Destroy All Humans! seems like the perfect palate cleanser in between games like The Last of Us: Part 2 and the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077. It isn't going to win any game of the year awards, but then again, it isn't trying too. It is simply here to make jokes, give players a power fantasy that involves invading wise-cracking aliens and allow people to live in their favourite b-grade invasion flick. By those goals, Destroy All Humans! is a resounding success and people looking for a light-hearted bit of fun should look no further.

  • Looking at my time with this game, I tried to decide if this was a good title or the rose-tinted glasses, and I think it’s a little of both. I really enjoyed this game as I think any new player coming into this game would, but there were also things about the game that I forgot about that I didn’t care for. Overall, this is a great title, and I will be returning to this game long after this review.

  • I’m glad that, among the slew of remakes and remasters, this alien adventure still stands out. It hasn’t lost any of its magic and, who knows, it may have opened the door for a possible sequel.

  • THQ Nordic brings back a cult of the early 2000s to the screens. Destroy all humans! that's all you remembered, with even more.

  • Destroy All Humans! comes back, 15 years after the original release of the game, offering a sandbox experience that still feels fresh, original and full of fun. With some gameplay changes, a major visual overhaul and all of the original charm, Destroy All Humans! is still an alien treasure.

  • Playing Destroy All Humans! is like watching an old alien movie in a summer drive-in. The movie may not be a masterpiece, but atmosphere and context play a fundamental role in enjoying the experience. So the not particularly clever mission design and the not-so-inspired mechanics feel a little less annoying when you are playing a game that makes you laugh, does not take itself seriously and does not require a month of vacation to be finished.

  • Overall, the Destroy All Humans! Remake is a fun trip down memory lane, very fun in fact. And whilst the crude and immature humor appealed more to my younger self than now, it’s still a ridiculously entertaining ride. The remake’s biggest saving grace is nostalgia, and finally bringing this old classic to the PC system. Whilst fans of the original will be very pleased with the nostalgia trip and additional new content, even if it isn’t quite substantial.

  • Game World Navigator Magazine

    Despite less-from-stellar controls, missions that actually ask player to destroy all humans are fun; too bad that they are heavily interspersed with absolutely uninspired stealth segments. [Issue#247, p.71]

  • Destroy All Humans is a fun, carefree trip to the past. Heavily focused on entertaining chaotic battles, with an improved remastered option -and despite its issues- the new version of Destroy All Humans! is a valid choice for all the alien enthusiasts out there.

  • Destroy All Humans! can't deny its age. Some parts of the game really feel outdated, the gameplay is too shallow, the graphics are too rough for today's standards. But if you ever wanted to play an alien villain enslaving mankind, this one is definitely for you.

  • Destroy All Humans! does a really great job of recapturing the spirit of the original. But, in a time where we’ve seen some developers take the originals and expand on them greatly, often adding new features altogether, the remake for Destroy All Humans! feels like it missed the boat. I really feel like the developers could have experimented with new things a bit more and really made the game standout a bit better in the current generation of games. Still, though, if you’re looking for a fun romp through one of the best games of the early 2000s, then Destroy All Humans! hits the spot.

  • Destroy All Humans! returns with a good remake that maintains all the humor from the original with improved visuals and expanded areas. It may be a bit repetitive but destroying humans is as fun as in 2005.

  • Blasting through the bright and cheery 1950s world of Destroy All Humans! is a simple but satisfying kind of fun, and there’s a lot to be said for that. Just like the original, this remaster’s comedy is a little hit or miss but its attitude is in full force all the way through thanks to some overpowered alien abilities that let you mow down the puny human resistance like an overlord.

  • CD-Action

    Destroy All Humans! was rebuilt from scratch, but when it comes to the gameplay experience, it is identical to the 15-year-old original game. As a result, the story campaign feels outdated and gets stale after some time even despite the large arsenal of skills and weapons. It still is a fun game though and thanks to new visuals exploring the remade maps is a pleasure. [10/2020, p.52]

  • It’s just pure gameplay, and sometimes, that’s all you need in a game. Unfortunately, it does suffer a little bit from repetition. While it’s nice to see this style of game back again, it’s a shame it wasn’t a full remake, as the technical limitations of the older consoles can be felt in some of the level designs.

  • Destroy All Humans (2020) is a fine offering by updating a fan favorite PS2 game for the modern era. Technical issues plague this remake from being the perfect 1:1 recreation, but what is there is fun enough to warrant a few hours of destructiveness. Fans of the series will surely find a lot to enjoy with Black Forest Games’ remake, but Destroy All Humans doesn’t offer enough actual new content to bring new fans in on the invasion.

  • Solid and true to the original, but even mordernized graphics can’t save the mediocre gameplay of the original.

  • Destroy All Humans! is a fun game but that fun doesn't last for long.

  • Destroy All Humans is an endlessly entertaining alien-superpower playground, but tends to crush under the weight of its own structure.

  • As awesome as it is, the arcade action in Destroy All Humans! is only a part of the experience, struggling to carry its rudimentary stealth missions and hit-or-miss writing. It’s definitely a blast to level entire neighborhoods and disintegrate humans; we just wish we had to spend less time impersonating them.

  • LEVEL (Czech Republic)

    Overall mediocre game is saved by tons of humour and open-world like missions. Destroy All Humans! works perfectly as a nostalgic reminder while it proves that videogames have made a huge leaps and old school mechanics are just boring. [Issue#305]

  • Destroy All Humans! was never trying to be a masterpiece back on PS2 and it still isn’t one now, however it is a fantastic remake and if you are a fan of the old game I don’t see why you wouldn’t love this. People have begged for a return to this franchise but I’m not sure a remake was the way to do it; I truly hope they reboot this franchise for newer consoles.

  • Destroy All Humans! is just too shallow in both shooter and stealth action departments. Enemies are barely a threat, saucer-only missions are scarce, and there’s nothing to do in the “sandbox”. Thankfully, drowning farmers and flinging cows for hours is not the only source of entertainment this summer.

  • Destroy All Humans! has excellent visuals and is fun for a couple of hours. But it's so redundant, uninspired, and devoid of any real energy that I can't recommend it to anyone that doesn't already love the original.

Destroy All Humans!
$29.99 $14.25
Title: Destroy All Humans!
Genre: Action, Adventure
Released: 28 July 2020
Developer: Black Forest Games, Pandemic Studios
Publisher: THQ Nordic
  • Remote Play on Tablet
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Full controller support
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