The Destroy All Humans! remake is available now and players are already loving the updated alien adventure. While many are busy obliterating cows and doing the whole takeover thing, we here at Prima were given an opportunity to open up both collector's editions to see how they stack up! So which one should you choose? Take a look at our video below to see for yourself! 

There are two Destroy All Humans! remake collector's editions to choose from: the Crypto-137 edition, that retails for $399 and comes with a TON of collectible items with the second edition being the DNA version, which comes with a different collectible but the same great digital content. 

Here's what you get out of both editions: 

Crypto-137 Edition - Buy Here

  • Premium Box
  • Original Game
  • The monumental 23"/60cm Crypto-137 figurine with secret planetary compartment
  • Carry your belongings in style, with The official Crypto Backpack
  • Relax your trigger finger with our patented Eye-popping Anti-Stress Toy
  • Show your keys whose boss with our stylish keychain
  • Marvel at The detailed depictions of alien mayhem on six glorious lithographs
  • Change Crypto's in-game appearance with all in-game skins available at launch

DNA Edition - Buy Here

  • Premium Box
  • Original Game
  • Crown your display case with the 9"/23cm Crypto'N'Cow figurine
  • Relax your trigger finger after a long day of disintegrating humans with our patented Eye-popping Anti-Stress Toy
  • Show your keys who's boss with our stylish keychain
  • Marvel at the detailed depictions of alien mayhem on six glorious lithographs
  • Change Crypto's in-game appearance with all skins available at launch

Personally, and this is because I am a massive collector, the Crypto version was my favorite. Though I, realistically, won't get that much use out of the backpack, the figure itself is incredibly detailed, especially given that the team opted out of the usual polystone route regarding materials. The stress ball is also a hilarious touch, which was the perfect decision to make given the campiness of the game itself.

That being said, both editions are really incredibly made and with the DNA edition being so much cheaper, there's no real loss when opting into that version as well unless you are a true die-hard fan looking for the best of the best.

What are your thoughts on both collector's editions? Going Crypto or were the cows able to sway you over to the DNA side? Sound off with your thoughts over on Twitter @PrimaGames and tell us which Destroy All Humans! remake edition has you the most hyped!