Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage – Review

Our result: 7/10

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage is a standalone multiplayer Destroy All Humans! Experience that combines the therapeutic vibe of the core game with the absurd multiplayer modes and levels it adds.

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage - MP

Gray madness

Chaos reigns in Clone Carnage! Six maps, four multiplayer game types and up to four players are included in this standalone DLC. Local 2-player split-screen multiplayer allows you to inflict twice the damage. Unleash your wild side in Rampage, Armageddon, Race and Abduction modes!

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

Some of the single player game’s weapons have been brought back. Again, variety is lacking because the originals had so many different methods of destroying the capital or terrorizing a farmer. It’s a shame because there are a lot of great weapons that could lead to incredible moments. Maybe this can be added in a future update along with more multiplayer maps.

Extraterrestrial Beauty

The game looks amazing. There are a few instances where newer textures don’t load as quickly as they should as the old pixelated appearance is still there, but overall it looks fantastic. The main problem with this game is the long loading times between each level and when you decide to continue after the end of the game. The sound is also good overall. The focus here is on the voice overs and how the words are delivered, unfortunately the music is unforgettable.

Destroy All Humans: Clone Carnage - Split Screen

The split screen local multiplayer feature in Clone Carnage works great. The components of the game are the same. The framerate is pretty consistent and decent even in split-screen mode, which is noteworthy.

Final Verdict

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

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