Ahh, Destroy All Humans. One of my favorite game series. THIS abomination SURELY won't disappoint, right. RIGHT!
First, for the love of god, play the first game, it's MUCH better. Second, Here is the basis of the game: You play as our small, grey, protagonist, Crypto Sporidium 137. He is a Furon, from the planet Furon? In the first game, Crypto's job is to, essentially, harvest brain stems, which for some reason have Furon DNA locked inside, which they need because the Furon race is apparently dieing, on account of their species' lack of genitalia... Or something like that.
This game is one of the biggest disappointments in my life. I loved the first two games, but this is almost IDENTICAL to DAH2. Story wise, the only difference is the new Kung-Foo/Mumbo Jumbo PK abilities, and a "Twist" ending. Venue wise, compare the maps from DAH2 and DAHPotF, side by side, in order. You may find that they are strikingly similar. Even the graphics are nearly the same. I don't believe that graphics will make or brake a game, but when your playing a 360 title with graphics SLIGHTLY better than an Original XBox game, it does not go unnoticed. I even think it's running on the same Engine as DAH2. It hasn't been a big problem for me, but at times you will often get stuck in walls or floors.
Despite the game being a carbon copy of DAH2, I still find a great deal of enjoyment in it. They took out just about as many weapons as they put in, most being so similar that it would be redundant to leave them all in. Side missions were repetitive, but varied greatly. The bosses were in the few, but memorable. The humor was stale, but still enjoyable. Destroy All Humans: Path of the Furon is Blandly Enticing.
Oh yeah, there is also a multiplayer, but again, it is only slightly different from DAH2, except this time it has it's own menu.