Razing a small farming town of its barns, mills, and residences with my UFO’s laser, probing denizens to the point that their head explodes, and zapping them so hard their skeletons show are all part of what makes Destroy All Humans! so much fun. It doesn’t take itself seriously, and is a parody of the 1950s hysteria that works to great effect. This is a remake of Pandemic Studios’ 2005 original, thanks to Black Forest Games making it look and play better than ever. Destroy All Humans! is endearing and full of laughter, from rampages to its absurd situations that make it a classic.