Gaming Nexus writes: "The first Destroy All Humans was memorable because it was one of the first games to use physics in a game effectively. Combined with the innovative plot and somewhat witty dialog led to a game that was fairly enjoyable. We're now up to the third game in the series and the franchise is starting to wear thin as it hasn't innovated much since the first game. Path of the Furon repeats the formula without adding any depth. This is a shame as I really wanted to like Destroy All Humans: Path of the Furon. I had a fairly strong impression of the game from the time I spent with it at the THQ spring event last year but like a movie where the trailer has all the good parts, Path of the Furon doesn't deliver a full experience."