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The funny thing is, this is how Crypto looks when he's happy. Let's be honest with ourselves: The Destroy All Humans! games have never been great. They've never been visually groundbreaking, or envelope-pushing, or anything that would make them rank among the crowning achievements of interactive entertainment. What they have been, though, are equal parts a good silly chuckle and some good mindless fun. Well, the first two were, anyway; the disappointing Big Willy Unleashed, which came out earlier this year, was good for a laugh but not much else. Thankfully, Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon -- which is only coming to the Xbox 360 after the PlayStation 3 edition was cancelled at the last minute -- is a return of form for the series. That it doesn't take things any further isn't great, but it's not a fatal flaw, either. Picking up where Willy ended (though you need not have finished that game to get what's going on in this one), Furon finds our hero Cryptosporidium running a casino ...
What's Hot: Feels just like the other good games in this series.
What's Not: Feels just like the other good games in this series. And not much more.