Destroy All Humans gets a surprise PS4 remaster

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Destroy All Humans

Destroy All Humans was widely praised for its comedic approach, range of wacky weaponry, which even includes full access to Crypto’s flying saucer.

Destroy All Humans was originally released for Sony’s PlayStation 2 console back in 2005. The game was played from the perspective of “Cryptosporidium 137,” an alien life form tasked with the job of harvesting human DNA. The game takes place during the 1950s in the U.S. and parodies the lifestyles, pop culture, and politics of this time period.

The game has recently been brought back to life from the depths of Sony’s vintage titles and was remastered for the PS4 system via a surprise addition to the PlayStation store earlier this week.

If you missed out on your chance to experience this title upon its original release, then there is certainly no better time to purchase Destroy All Humans and delve into the destructive and vulgar nature of its fantastic premise. The player has a vast array of weapons at their disposal, ranging from a ray gun, the “Zap-O-Matic,” the sonic boom, and even a gun that allowed players the option to anally probe unsuspecting civilians and take control of their human body to cause even further chaos.

Destroy All Humans was widely praised for its comedic approach, range of wacky weaponry, which even includes full access to Crypto’s flying saucer. As an added bonus, the character of “Orthopox 13” is voiced by none other then Richard Steven Horvitz, who you may better know as the voice of Invader Zim.

The game is currently available for purchase from the Sony PlayStation store for a measly $20USD. So what are you waiting for? Download this zany title, and let us know your thoughts below in the comments section or on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

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