15Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon
The Destroy All Humans! franchise was once upon a time a pretty popular series. While successful games usually gain more traction with every release, these had achieved the opposite effect. By the fourth installment, the initial praise from critics and fresh take on the overused alien invasion trope had grown
stale and nonexistent. Path of the Furon was a mess of a game, in fact it was hands down the worst the series had to offer. By the time it rolled onto shelves in 2008, no one was having it. Among some problems are the repetitive missions, missing sounds and general likeness to any other GTA inspired sandbox without any real contributions being made. The whole thing seems like a rushed product but at the end of the day, it still plays like a Destroy All Humans! Game, so it’s not all bad in that regard.