History VideoGame / DestroyAllHumans

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: The crazies in the first game, as well as The Freak in the first game.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: The crazies in the first game, as well as The Freak in the first second game.



* InterspeciesRomance: In the second game, Crypto invokes this when he gets new genitalia, as the only thing he can experiment on is human women. In the ending of the game, it is heavily allured that he made out with Natalya. Taken UpToEleven in ''Path of the Furon'', where the entire Furon race has been gradually recloned with genitalia. The Furon men find human women more attractive.

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* InterspeciesRomance: In the second game, Crypto invokes this when he gets new genitalia, as the only thing he can experiment on is human women. In the ending of the game, it is heavily allured implied that he made out with Natalya. Taken UpToEleven in ''Path of the Furon'', where the entire Furon race has been gradually recloned with genitalia. The Furon men find human women more attractive.



** Crypto, he's a sociopath alien hell-bent on destruction, and has little regards for others lives. He starts to show a slightly (read: slightly) side after being cloned for the 138th time, but it still shows.

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** Crypto, he's a sociopath alien hell-bent on destruction, and has little regards for others lives. He starts to show a slightly (read: slightly) softer side after being cloned for the 138th time, but it still shows.
16th Jun '17 12:02:16 PM SkylaNoivern
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* EiffelTowerEffect:
** Surprisingly averted with Bay City (the San Francisco parody) in the second game - The Golden Gate Bridge is not seen at all. The cover does depict it, and it is mentioned in the game, but it never appears.
** Happens with Belleville in Path of the Furon.
13th Jun '17 8:26:00 PM nombretomado
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It was followed up by a sequel taking place in an exaggerated version of TheSixties, and a pair of sequels set in TheSeventies: ''Big Willy Unleashed'' on the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} in 2008, and ''Path of the Furon'' on the {{Xbox 360}} in 2009. Was pitched to FOX for a potential television show, but it was not to be.

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It was followed up by a sequel taking place in an exaggerated version of TheSixties, and a pair of sequels set in TheSeventies: ''Big Willy Unleashed'' on the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} in 2008, and ''Path of the Furon'' on the {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} in 2009. Was pitched to FOX for a potential television show, but it was not to be.
11th Jun '17 11:28:33 AM nombretomado
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: "Oh, God! Not [[Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven]]! ''ANYTHING'' [[Film/AClockworkOrange BUT BEETHOVEN]]!"

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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: "Oh, God! Not [[Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven [[Music/LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven]]! ''ANYTHING'' [[Film/AClockworkOrange BUT BEETHOVEN]]!"
19th May '17 3:51:06 PM SkylaNoivern
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** Also in Path of the Furon is [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucal]][[Creator/StevenSpielberg berg]], [[Music/SonnyBono Sammy]] and [[Music/Cher Cher]], [[Music/TheAllmanBrothersBand Legg Tallman]], and [[Creator/JohnTravolta Tony the]] [[Film/SaturdayNightFever Dance King]].

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** Also in Path of the Furon is [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucal]][[Creator/StevenSpielberg berg]], [[Music/SonnyBono Sammy]] and [[Music/Cher Cher]], Faire]], [[Music/TheAllmanBrothersBand Legg Tallman]], and [[Creator/JohnTravolta Tony the]] [[Film/SaturdayNightFever Dance King]].



** ''(So Nice) Summer Sammba'' by Walter Wanderly playing as Crypto is given the option to vaporize a pool party, or you can simply hypnotize the mayor to lead everyone from the party. It also plays during the modern art exhibit during the second game, right before the Blisk spores are released.
** In the second game, "She Changes Like The Weather" by Nic Armstrong playing as Crypto convinces the cosmonauts to [[spoiler:fight against their Blisk allies, leading to a massive war inside the dome]]. It also plays right as you are destroying The Rock to weaken the KGB's presence in Bay City.
** In the third game, "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People will sometimes play in the background during scenes where Crypto is causing massive destruction.

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** ''(So Nice) Summer Sammba'' by Walter Wanderly playing as Crypto is given the option ordered by Pox to vaporize a pool party, or you can simply hypnotize group of partygoers and the mayor to lead everyone from the party. It also plays during the modern art exhibit during the second game, right before the Blisk spores are released.
of Santa Modesta.
** In the second game, "She Changes Like The Weather" by Nic Armstrong playing plays twice - When Crypto is about to destroy The Rock in Bay City, and later on as Crypto convinces the cosmonauts to [[spoiler:fight against their Blisk allies, leading to a massive war inside the dome]]. It also plays right as you are destroying The Rock to weaken the KGB's presence in Bay City.
dome]].
** In the third game, songs such as "Y.M.C.A." by the Village People or "Pick Up The Pieces" by Average White Band will sometimes play in the background during scenes where Crypto is causing massive destruction.



* StrawFeminist: [[spoiler:Silhouette]] exaggerates and parodies this trope. For someone who [[spoiler:disguises herself as a man to make the agents take herself seriously]], she assumes the Furons can't conquer the world without having women (Later averted in Path of the Furon, where female Furons appear) and believes she makes less money than a man would. Not only that, but she genuinely wants to take over the world. If you scan the thought of a Majestic agent earlier, he mentions that he most likely got his job from hitting on her at a Christmas party.

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* StrawFeminist: [[spoiler:Silhouette]] exaggerates and parodies this trope. For someone who [[spoiler:disguises herself as a man to make the agents take herself seriously]], she assumes the Furons can't conquer the world without having women (Later averted in Path of the Furon, where female Furons appear) appear), and believes she makes less money than a man would. Not only that, but she genuinely wants to take over the world. If you scan the thought of a Majestic agent earlier, he mentions that he most likely got his job from hitting on her at a Christmas party.matriarchal world domination.



* YouNoTakeCandle: KGB Agents, as well as the citizens of Takoshima and Tunguska, talk in this manner. Averted with some of the more prominent characters in the KGB (Natalya, Oranchov, Sergei, and Milenkov).

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* YouNoTakeCandle: YouNoTakeCandle:
** In the second game,
KGB Agents, as well as the citizens of Takoshima and Tunguska, all talk in this manner. Averted with some of the more prominent characters in the KGB (Natalya, Oranchov, Sergei, and Milenkov).Milenkov).
** Also happens with Shen Long and Belleville in Path of the Furon.
18th May '17 10:11:57 AM SkylaNoivern
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** Crypto's voice is a not-so-subtle Creator/JackNicholson impression. Parodied in the third game, where Crypto body-snatches a Jack Nicholson expy and has a habit of zapping him while [[HypocriticalHumor complaining about how his voice is grating.]]

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** Crypto's voice is a not-so-subtle Creator/JackNicholson impression. Parodied in Path of the third game, Furon, where Crypto body-snatches a Jack Nicholson expy {{Expy}} in Sunnywood and has a habit of zapping him while [[HypocriticalHumor complaining about how his voice is grating.]]]]
** Also in Path of the Furon is [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucal]][[Creator/StevenSpielberg berg]], [[Music/SonnyBono Sammy]] and [[Music/Cher Cher]], [[Music/TheAllmanBrothersBand Legg Tallman]], and [[Creator/JohnTravolta Tony the]] [[Film/SaturdayNightFever Dance King]].
3rd May '17 2:22:24 PM SkylaNoivern
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%%* {{Jerkass}}: Crypto. Pox has his moments too.

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%%* {{Jerkass}}: Crypto. * {{Jerkass}}:
** Crypto, he's a sociopath alien hell-bent on destruction, and has little regards for others lives. He starts to show a slightly (read: slightly) side after being cloned for the 138th time, but it still shows.
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Pox has his moments too.moments, such as constantly moaning to Crypto in the second game to get his new clone body. [[spoiler:By the time he gets it, on the other hand...]]
** Shama Llama.
30th Apr '17 7:30:32 AM SkylaNoivern
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** In Sunnywood, Crypto disguises as an actor called [[Creator/JackNicholson Jack Trippleson]] to flirt with younger woman. When Pox tells him to remove the disguise, Crypto claims that Trippleson's voice gets on his nerves, despite the two both sounding the same.
28th Apr '17 2:52:21 PM SkylaNoivern
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* PeriodPiece: The series take place in a twenty year timespan from the first game taking place in 1959, to the latest game, Path of the Furon, taking place in 1979.
28th Apr '17 11:32:12 AM SkylaNoivern
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* SmallNameBigEgo: Shama Llama starts to become this as you progress through the Arkvoodle Cult missions. By Takoshima, it's pretty much clear that it's the reason he wants to be the image of the cult in the first place.



* SpinningPaper: Every mission completed has a humorous headline pop up after.

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* SpinningPaper: Every mission completed in the first game has a humorous headline pop up after.
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