Retaining the game's original audio means that Crypto still sounds like Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men, but it also means it can often sound a bit muffled at times.
A chunky, colourful game, with bizarre looking characters. Crypto's Unreal Engine makeover is fantastic; his little breathing holes and slimy skin brought to vivid life. Environments, too, look big and bold.
A marked improvement over the 2005 original,with a welcome revamp of the controls, make for a tighter, more accessible experience, whether you're on the ground as Crypto or in the sky creating terror with a death ray.
While checkpoints are usually fair, instafail stealth missions are never particularly enjoyable, especially when you're greeted with a lengthy loading screen. And there are loads of them in Destroy All Humans! When you are doing the destroying, the frame-rate can sometimes falter, too. It's not the most polished remake.
A list that invites you to return to missions to mop up optional objectives, or explore the game's locations. It's good to have more to do beyond the game's 8-10 hour campaign.