x360a writes: "Hey now, what happened here? The original Destroy All Humans games had quite a loyal following due to the typically funny and satisfying gameplay and clever mechanics, however, everything that was once new must eventually become a tired retread in the video game world. Such is the fate of the newest entry of the series but it could, and should, have all been so different.
The quality of games coming from THQ seems to vary wildly, from the enjoyable Frontlines and Smackdown to the much vaunted Saints Row then plumbing the depths of movie tie-in horror with the likes of Wall-E. So it's with a sense of trepidation that anyone would approach this game as the previous installments, for all their sense of fun, have never really hit the right notes. Path of the Furon once again stars Crypto, an alien who is stuck in what the developers promised as an open world, but really just ends up being a bland wannabe. In a game that is labeled as a destruction-lover's dream, the game comes away feeling more like a last-gen screwup. The fact of the matter is that the world of gaming seems to have moved on while this game has stayed behind. Sadly it also seems to have stood still in front of an oncoming vehicle..."