Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage – Review

Our Score: 7/10

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage is a stand-alone multiplayer Destroy All Humans! experience that combines the therapeutic mood of the core game with the absurd multiplayer modes and levels it adds.

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage - MP

Greys Insanity

Chaos reigns in Clone Carnage! Six maps, four multiplayer game types, and up to four players are included in this standalone DLC. Split-screen multiplayer for local 2-players allows you to do twice as much damage. In the Rampage, Armageddon, Race, and Abduction modes, let your wild side loose!

Four multiplayer modes are available. Rampage involves players completing a timed mission, such as slaughtering cows, destroying tanks, or anally probing government agents. Whether you’re collaborating with other players to reach a target score or vying for the top spot, the mission cycle lasts for three and a half minutes. In contrast, Armageddon is a free-for-all mode that lets you roam the battlefields anyway you choose for five and a half minutes, giving players the opportunity to really engage in combat. The last two modes are Abduction and Racing. These mechanics are comparable to those in the remake for single-player. But for the multiplayer modes, not much has been altered or updated.

Some of the single-player game’s weaponry have been brought back. Again, this lacks diversity because the originals had so many different methods to destroy the Capital or terrorise a farmer. It’s a shame because there’s a lot of awesome weaponry that could lead to incredible moments. Maybe this can be added in a future update along with more multiplayer maps.

Alien Beauty

The game looks fantastic. There are a few instances when newer textures don’t load up as rapidly as they ought to given that the old pixelated appearance is still present, but overall, it looks fantastic. The primary issue with this game is the lengthy loading periods between each level and when choosing to continue after the game has ended. The audio is good overall as well. The focus here is on the voice-overs and how the words are delivered, sadly it does have forgettable music.

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage - Splitscreen

The local split-screen multiplayer feature in Clone Carnage functions great. The game’s components are the same. The framerate is pretty consistent and decent even in split-screen mode, which is remarkable.

Final Verdict

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage - City

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage is an interesting package that offers a multiplayer component to an exciting and fun remake. With the sequel around the corner and this game being part of the pre-order cycle, I can see a lot of people enjoying it short bursts. However there is a lack of content at the moment and we do wish they add more content.

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