History VideoGame / DestroyAllHumans

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* ObviouslyEvil: In ''Path of the Furon'', Pox can tell right away that [[spoiler:The Master is evil, or that he at least shouldn't be trusted]].
12th Aug '16 11:46:49 AM TargetmasterJoe
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* DiskOneFinalBoss: Agent Orenghov in DAH!2 kick-starts the plot by attacking the Mothership, and backing Coyote Bongwater, but on the first mission in Albion, he's infected by spores and turned into a Blisk mutant.

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* DiskOneFinalBoss: DiscOneFinalBoss: Agent Orenghov in DAH!2 kick-starts the plot by attacking the Mothership, and backing Coyote Bongwater, but on the first mission in Albion, he's infected by spores and turned into a Blisk mutant.



* MechanicalLifeforms: Nexos, to a certain extent. They're identified as a machine race, like the Franchise/Transformers or [[VideoGame/MassEffect Geth]].

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* MechanicalLifeforms: Nexos, to a certain extent. They're identified as a machine race, like the Franchise/Transformers Franchise/{{Transformers}} or [[VideoGame/MassEffect Geth]].
17th Jun '16 2:49:32 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* AntiVillain: Sure, Crypto is annihilating humankind, but he has a better reason than most alien invaders, he's trying to save his own species.



* KillAllHumans: Well... what do you expect?

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* KillAllHumans: Well... [[CaptainObvious what do you expect?expect?]]



* LaughablyEvil: Most of the evil things Crypto does qualify.



* NamedAfterTheirPlanet: Furons from the Planet Furon.
** However, in ''Destroy All Humans!'', their home planet is known as, 'Gourta'. Trope averted in this case.
* {{Nerf}}: The disintegrator ray in DAH!3 gets a major damage downgrade.

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* NamedAfterTheirPlanet: Furons from the Planet Furon.
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Furon. However, in ''Destroy All Humans!'', their home planet is known as, 'Gourta'. Trope averted in this case.
* {{Nerf}}: {{Nerf}}:
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The disintegrator ray in DAH!3 gets a major damage downgrade.
15th Jun '16 2:35:08 PM BossKey
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* AlienInvasion: Subverted. Here you ''are'' the alien invader.

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* AlienInvasion: Subverted. Here you ''are'' With ''you'' playing as the alien invader.



* EvenEvilHasStandards ''They're not high, but I got em'!''

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* EvenEvilHasStandards ''They're EvenEvilHasStandards: "They're not high, but I got em'!''em'!"



* FetchQuest: {{Lampshaded}} in ..Big Willy Unleashed''.

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* %%* FetchQuest: {{Lampshaded}} in ..Big Willy Unleashed''.



* GenreSavvy: Pox to a certain extent, usually when LeaningOnTheFourthWall and invoking tropes learned about by studying human culture..

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* GenreSavvy: Pox to a certain extent, usually when LeaningOnTheFourthWall and invoking tropes learned about by studying human culture..culture.



* HyperspaceArsenal: Crypto carries up to 8 weapons on him at a time, and it ''DAH!3'', all the saucer's giant weapons pop out of the hull.

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* HyperspaceArsenal: Crypto carries up to 8 weapons on him at a time, and it in ''DAH!3'', all the saucer's giant weapons pop out of the hull.hull. Judging by the in-game animations, Crypto's gun is able to [[SwissArmyWeapon reconfigure itself into the various weapons]].



* IconicLogo: The large ExcitedTitle on the games' box art can definitely be considered to be this.

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* IconicLogo: The large ExcitedTitle ExcitedShowTitle on the games' box art can definitely be considered to be this.



* NoBiologicalSex: The Furons' penchant for gratuitous nuke usage ended up getting their genetic code degraded by their own weapons, leaving them without genitalia and therefore unable to reproduce except by cloning. This is also the reason why Crypto's "package" from the second game is a pretty big deal for them.



* ObviousBeta: Several aspects ''Big Willy Unleashed'' and ''Path of the Furon'' seem unfinished. Notably, in ''Big Willy Unleashed'', whenever characters speak they're almost always shown from the back, so as to cover up the fact that their lips aren't actually moving.

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* ObviousBeta: Several aspects of ''Big Willy Unleashed'' and ''Path of the Furon'' seem unfinished. Notably, in ''Big Willy Unleashed'', whenever characters speak they're almost always shown from the back, so as to cover up the fact that their lips aren't actually moving.
15th Jun '16 2:18:03 PM BossKey
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* AxCrazy: Crypto...

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* AxCrazy: Crypto...''Crypto.''
--> "Brains, man, when do I get to blow things up?!"



* ChargedAttack: Anal probe in the first game. Also the Ion Detonator.

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* ChargedAttack: The Anal probe in the first game. Also game can be charged to [[YourHeadAsplode make the victim's head explode]] instead of simply [[BringMyBrownPants forcing a change of clothes]]. The Ion Detonator.Detonator can also be charged to lob projectiles farther.



* LightningGun: Crypto's initial weapon, the ''Zap-O-Matic''. While it's not as spectacularly destructive as most of his arsenal, it still fries humans very well, especially when upgraded with ChainLightning capabilities. It also doesn't require ammo.



* NoGearLevel: The mission "Furon Down".

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* NoGearLevel: The mission "Furon Down".Down" has Crypto being shot down by humans and deprived of his gear. The level revolves around him breaking out of imprisonment and getting it all back.



** The Disintegrator Ray isn't actually a ray.

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** The Disintegrator Ray isn't actually a ray.ray; it's closer to FrickingLaserBeams than anything else.



* PresidentEvil: Cryptobecomes this at the end of the first game when he takes over the U.S. government.

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* PresidentEvil: Cryptobecomes Crypto becomes this at the end of the first game when he takes over the U.S. government.



* ShockAndAwe: Your initial weapon, the ''Zap-O-Matic'', a LightningGun with bite.



%%* TelepathicSpacemen

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%%* TelepathicSpacemen* TelepathicSpacemen: The Furons have evolved PsychicPowers over the ages, allowing them to read minds, hypnotize lesser beings, and telekinetically throw enemies around. Crypto gets a lot of mileage out of all three.



* ViolationOfCommonSense: During the fight with Kojira, Pox eventually notices that the beast's underside is [[AttackItsWeakPoint considerably less armored]] than its back. As a result, it takes more damage from Crypto's personal weapons than the ones mounted on the saucer. That's right: you're supposed to get out of the high-tech flying saucer and fight the {{Kaiju}} ''on foot''.

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* ViolationOfCommonSense: During the fight with Kojira, Pox eventually notices that the beast's underside is [[AttackItsWeakPoint considerably less armored]] than its back. As a result, it takes more damage from Crypto's personal weapons than the ones mounted on the saucer. That's right: you're supposed to get out of the high-tech flying saucer and fight the {{Kaiju}} ''on foot''. This actually ''does'' make the fight easier, since Kojira will focus its attacks more on the humans (given that they're bringing in tanks and all) than on Crypto.
25th May '16 7:49:59 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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** In the first game, Crypto is a [[MarilynManson red-eyed, genitalia-lacking space alien.]]

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** In the first game, Crypto is a [[MarilynManson [[Music/MarilynManson red-eyed, genitalia-lacking space alien.]]
15th Apr '16 10:03:01 AM LordDack
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* AnyoneCanDie: Humans are definitely subject to this a lot more then Furons, but three lead protagonists and one supporting protagonist die. Subverted with the furons, because they can clone themselves.

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* AnyoneCanDie: Humans are definitely subject to this a lot more then Furons, but three lead protagonists and one supporting protagonist die. Subverted with the furons, Furons, because they can clone themselves.



* DeathRay: The standard-equipped default weapon for Crypto's flying saucer. Could set buildings on fire in the first game and noticable burn marks in structures in Path of the Furon.

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* DeathRay: The standard-equipped default weapon for Crypto's flying saucer. Could set buildings on fire in the first game and noticable noticeable burn marks in structures in Path of the Furon.



* DestroyableItems: Everything from cars to crates, and if destroyed with certan abilities in later games yielded ammo and health.

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* DestroyableItems: Everything from cars to crates, and if destroyed with certan certain abilities in later games yielded ammo and health.



* EliteMooks A few examples, notibly the Psi-agents for the majestic, as well as the red Nexo warriors in Path of the Furon.

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* EliteMooks A few examples, notibly notably the Psi-agents for the majestic, as well as the red Nexo warriors in Path of the Furon.



* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Pretty self explainatory really. It's a game about destroying humans.

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Pretty self explainatory explanatory really. It's a game about destroying humans.



* {{Fanservice}}: Silhouette and Natalya, two attractive badass spygirls in tight catsuits. As a bonus Natalya is Russian and has an acent.

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* {{Fanservice}}: Silhouette and Natalya, two attractive badass spygirls in tight catsuits. As a bonus Natalya is Russian and has an acent.accent.



* HumanoidAliens: Having been based off TheGreys the Furons are thi, though much less so than the former.

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* HumanoidAliens: Having been based off TheGreys the Furons are thi, this, though much less so than the former.



* HundredPercentCompletion: Mostly obtained through the acruing of collectibles.

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* HundredPercentCompletion: Mostly obtained through the acruing accruing of collectibles.



* MentorOccupationalHazard: Played straight with [[Spoiler: Pox]] in DAH!2, subverted with [[spoiler: The Master]] in Path of the Furon.
* TheMenInBlack: The Majestic agents are a thinly-vieled parody.

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* MentorOccupationalHazard: Played straight with [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: Pox]] in DAH!2, subverted with [[spoiler: The Master]] in Path of the Furon.
* TheMenInBlack: The Majestic agents are a thinly-vieled thinly-veiled parody.



* PintsizedPowerhouse: The Master and Crypto, given their devestating psychokinetic abilities.

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* PintsizedPowerhouse: The Master and Crypto, given their devestating devastating psychokinetic abilities.



* PretendPrejudice: In the first game, Crypto genuinely dispises Humans. But, by the second game, he's really just pretending.

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* PretendPrejudice: In the first game, Crypto genuinely dispises despises Humans. But, by the second game, he's really just pretending.



* SpyDrama: The first two games have varying shades of, but especially the second one as it directly parodys James Bond.

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* SpyDrama: The first two games have varying shades of, but especially the second one as it directly parodys parodies James Bond.



* WhosOnFirst: The second game sees Crypto run into this kind of confusion when he delivers the access code to Natalya ("Eye Love You"), before adding [[LampshadeHanging "Also, Who's on first, what's on second and I dont know's on third."]]

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* WhosOnFirst: The second game sees Crypto run into this kind of confusion when he delivers the access code to Natalya ("Eye Love You"), before adding [[LampshadeHanging "Also, Who's on first, what's on second and I dont don't know's on third."]]
16th Mar '16 12:08:59 PM BossKey
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* GameplayAllyImmortality: Averted. Friendly {{NPCs}} (most notably Natalya) are capable of dying and a NonstandardGameOver will result if they do (in other words, be ''very'' careful with that Meteor Gun). Played straight with the various questgivers in the second game.

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* GameplayAllyImmortality: Averted. Friendly {{NPCs}} [=NPCs=] (most notably Natalya) are capable of dying and a NonstandardGameOver will result if they do (in other words, be ''very'' careful with that Meteor Gun). Played straight with the various questgivers in the second game.
16th Mar '16 12:08:35 PM BossKey
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%%* GameplayAllyImmortality: Averted

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%%* * GameplayAllyImmortality: AvertedAverted. Friendly {{NPCs}} (most notably Natalya) are capable of dying and a NonstandardGameOver will result if they do (in other words, be ''very'' careful with that Meteor Gun). Played straight with the various questgivers in the second game.



** Throwing people around with telekinesis does much less damage in the second game than it does in the first.

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** Throwing people around with telekinesis does much less damage in the second game than it does in the first. Additionally, the Quantum Deconstructor received a small nerf to its splash damage.



%%* RoswellThatEndsWell

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%%* RoswellThatEndsWell* RoswellThatEndsWell: Apparently, the Roswell incident resulted from a combination of US Army weapon testing and Crypto-136's saucer showing up at a ''very'' bad time.


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** Extracting human brain stems takes the form of Crypto telekinetically [[YourHeadAsplode making a person's head explode]] and then picking up the brain left behind. While generally used on corpses, there's nothing that says the victim has to be dead; in fact, in the first game, brain stems extracted from living people often yielded ''more'' DNA.


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* ViolationOfCommonSense: During the fight with Kojira, Pox eventually notices that the beast's underside is [[AttackItsWeakPoint considerably less armored]] than its back. As a result, it takes more damage from Crypto's personal weapons than the ones mounted on the saucer. That's right: you're supposed to get out of the high-tech flying saucer and fight the {{Kaiju}} ''on foot''.
6th Feb '16 5:54:59 PM Collectionchange
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* AlienAbduction: The Abducto-Beam weapon, though ironically not in the first game. It the first game you could only use it to pick things up, but in later installments you could actually abduct people into the saucer with it.

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* AlienAbduction: The Abducto-Beam weapon, though ironically not in the first game. It In the first game you could only use it to pick things up, but in later installments you could actually abduct people into the saucer with it.
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