Destroy All Humans Remastered montre son gameplay à PAX East
Destroy All Humans became a classic instant cult when it was launched for the PS2 in 2005. The game had the simple premise to try to eliminate all human life on earth. What depth and complexity. The game was in no way a narrative masterpiece, but it had a strong feeling of itself and never took anything too seriously. Dry and sarcastic humor dominates this game. The main character is a mean and cynical character who always remains sympathetic. It is not surprising that so many people ask that the game is coming back.
Fifteen years after the arrival of the game, Thq Nordic has given itself the task of remastering the old game and giving it a more modern touch. The basic mechanics are still there, but things like the graphics and certain animations have been completely altered. The graphics are in no way breathtaking, but they are obviously an improvement compared to the original.
Remakes are a controversial subject among the players' community, but when they are well done and remaster of the right game, no one seems too upset. It is difficult to find someone who does not like Destroy All Humans. It seems that everyone was charmed by its Old School atmosphere from the 1950s.
Destroying all humans may not be perfectly aged, but there are still a lot of things that are transferred to date. The fun and unique fight, for example, is always in accordance with today's standards. The dizzying quantity in ways you can treat different enemies is something that you no longer really see in games. It is an explosion of the past in all good manners.
Destroy All Humans will be launched on Xbox One, PS4 and PC later this year.