Crypto the alien is back with a vengeance in Destroy All Humans: Path of the Furon. This time, he lays waste to cities resembling Las Vegas, Paris and other locales and sticks his foot in the rear of mankind using his anal probe or flying saucer. Unfortunately, he can't overcome horrible programming. Furon looks like a lower-end Xbox 360 game, with blurry textures, a jumpy frame rate and uninspired level design. Enemies jump around so often that you can't shoot the ones directly in front of you, and the repetitive, overly campy dialogue and incredibly limited multiplayer options (off-line Ion Soccer is the sole highlight) don't help matters. Avoid taking this Path and track down the original Destroy all Humans instead. It's more fun and most importantly, cheaper.