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Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: THQ
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: Sandblast
  • Release Date:Dec 2, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Animated Blood,Crude Humor,Drug Reference,Language,Sexual Themes,Violence)
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Game Description:Don't just heat up the dance floor - burn that sucker down in this Destroy All Humans saga that has you laying waste to the Earth during the 1970s. Beginning right where Big Willy Unleashed wrapped up, Path of the Furon finds Crypto caught up in a conspiracy that's threatening his groovy way of life (and also the survival of his race). Now he must embark on a journey of Enlightenment and Destruction with the help of a Kung Fu Master. The journey covers five open-world environments, plus mini-games, and side-challenges. Get ready for bigger weapons, broader impact, enhanced mental abilities, and all the disaster movie-style destruction you can handle. 
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