THQ has announced Destroy All Humans! 2, the sequel to last year's free-roaming quest to conquer planet Earth.
Once again, you'll assume the role of Crypto, a cruel and powerful gray alien who's equipped with even more people-splatting weapons and mental skills this time around. After the original's successful invasion of 1950s America - think well-groomed housewives and small-town suburbia - the sequel will be assaulting '60s culture, drawing on the Cold War and British spy movies to provide its satirical humor. But there's more...
"We are pulling out all the stops for the sequel, adding multiplayer co-op, five new worlds to explore and the same irreverent humor that was a hallmark of the first Destroy All Humans! game," said Pandemic boss Josh Resnick. "With the new '60s setting, we have plenty of new material to work with, from hippies to Japanese monster flicks."
Also, DAH!2 is headed for PS2 and Xbox, meaning that those of you not wanting to get caught up in the next-gen hubbub will have at least one big name game to play over the holidays this year.
April 18, 2006
Above: Get ready to make the rest of the planet bow to its new overlord