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Alien psi powers, open world mayhem, and plentiful probing- now on the go.
Improved resolution and unlocked framerate add to next gen backwards compatibility.
A new bit of dialogue from Crypto seems to hint at things to come.
Destroy All Humans! technical director Johan Conradie says the higher level of IO performance in both next-gen consoles is an exciting step up from current-gen hardware.
But the studio is always evaluating new versions.
Embracer Group are more than pleased with how things have turned out for the game.
The 2005 fan-favourite is back with a fresh coat of paint.
The Lost Mission of Area 42, cut from the original game, will be included in the remake.
A town ripe for an alien invasion.
Different kinds of fireworks for our invading alien friends.
A few fun things you can do with the various weaponry.
A familiar setting for those who played the original.
Crypto is a man of some modest means.
THQ Nordic's remake launches this Summer.
The sandbox alien game will look familiar to fans.
After a string of losses, THQ will still be at the show.
Take Crypto with you... literally- strap him to your back.
Watch out for probing.
Could these be the two games THQ Nordic is set to reveal at E3 this year?