Talk:Destroy All Humans!/Archive 1

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I removed the line about how the Irken from Invader Zim reproduce by cloning. Even though they are born from bottles, the Irkens still have two genders, so it's possible that they're created through artificial insemination rather than cloning. Which method is actually used to create them is never discussed for certain in the show. -- 01:39, 14 July 2005 (UTC)


What was the reasoning behind insertion of the weapon's colors? Does that need mentioning? --Albrozdude 02:00, 27 July 2005 (UTC)

I've merged the colour into the weapons descriptions. The article and weapons sections however, currently include quite a bit of information regarding how to play the game and it's mechanics, which really doesn't belong on Wikipedia as mentioned elsewhere on this discussion page. I don't currently have the time to dissect the good information from the guide unfortunately. – Quoth 05:59, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Merge Furon in Destroy All Humans![edit]

Should the [[Furon]] article be merged into this article? Kjkolb 07:54, August 22, 2005 (UTC)

Yes; I have done so. —Theo (Talk) 17:43, 22 August 2005 (UTC)

Orthopox, emperor of the Furons[edit]

Pox is actually Gorta's emperor, according to the instructional manual. --User:Angie Y.

I've had a skim through the manual but I'm having trouble finding the passage you're referring to. Could you perhaps show me which part? – Quoth 06:16, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Pox says that the furon emperor will be most pleased at the start or the last mission, which means that pox is not emperor. Dogs suck. Cats rule. 23:17, 27 August 2006 (UTC) David Cat

Cheat codes[edit]

I was thinking of removing the cheat codes, or possibly moving them to Wikibooks, as stated in on the Wikipedia:WikiProject Computer and video games under "Content". Comments?

Lists of cheats or codes. Some codes may be notable and suitable for articles, such as the famed Konami Code, but the method of performing a code that's confined to only a few games and has no special claim to fame is unsuitable for Wikipedia.

Thunderbrand 15:32, 8 November 2005 (UTC)


If Crypto can fight off entire human armies in a few minutes, is he able to die? What makes this game challenging? Please don't tell me that I have to play the game to find out, since I have no intention of doing so. I don't think highly of the game at all, all I'm interested in is if it's challenging or not. Scorpionman 21:27, 23 November 2005 (UTC)

if he dies he gets replaced by his clone and the game isnt really challenging . billy turner

The game is fun. That's all that matters. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk) 09:15, 11 December 2006 (UTC).

It's a freaking videogame for crying out loud. You have to play the game to find out. (talk) 19:26, 9 August 2008 (UTC)

Crypto indeed has the ability to fight off entire armies due to his superior alien tech and abilities. However, the humans have an annoying tendancy to overwelm him with tons, upon tons of soldiers and tanks. Thoigh really it depends on the mission. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 07:18, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

NPOV and speculation.[edit]

Billybobo3, your added comments about a possible sequel are both unsourced speculation and NPOV, hence I am removing them. JoshuaZ 17:45, 12 February 2006 (UTC) billybobo3 here: they arent unsourced actually.looking on the internet randomly i found a site that has previews and idea submitters. Please note that you should never say stuff like that.(by the way i said it would PROBABLY have those things, i never said that it was confirmed

Does it run on the XBox 360?[edit]

See subject line. :-) --AlexanderYoshi 20:03, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

See List of Xbox games compatible with Xbox 360. As of now, the answer is no. Thunderbrand 21:05, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

My $0.02 worth[edit]

I put in some descriptions of the teen rating content and the pause menu and furon handbook.

I'm sorry, but I'm inclined to remove those edits as they are rather unecessary. Plus, your listed reasons for the "T" rating are rather subjective and non-NPOV-albrozdude 06:30, 2 April 2006 (UTC)

I added a few things[edit]

I added a few more characters and a few more details about General Armquist in Characters. I also added and changed a little to the sequel and enemies section.

Excessive voice actor detail, minor characters[edit]

I've removed the talk of what other jobs the voice actors have done here. This is a wiki, if anyone wants to know, they can simply click on the name, as all the information is there. I've also removed the minor characters as their descriptions were hardly becoming of an encyclopedia, and I don't believe much could be done to alliviate that. --InShaneee 03:11, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for doing some clean up. I've been trying to get myself over to this article to tidy it up, but I never seem to get to it. Thunderbrand 19:50, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

Sequel Story?[edit]

There's been a lot of info released over the internet about DAH!2 but what I've mostly found as a story is "Crypto goes back to eliminate the rest of the humans". Is the information on the internet pathetic (most likely) or is Pandemic too focused on fetures rather than a story?--Sheep 20:58, 24 June 2006 (UTC)Cryptosporidium-137

"Rockwell" summary missing joke?[edit]

Considering that in the game, Rockwell is a Midwestern_United_States area epitomizing "1950s Quiet American Suburbia", it would seem that the name of the area is a reference to Norman_Rockwell, not Roswell, New Mexico... however, I left the reference to Roswell more or less intact. If anybody feels like the Roswell pun is unecessary enough to warrant deletion, no argument from me. Additonally, I linked directly to Rockwellesque as opposed to Norman_Rockwell... if anybody feels strongly enough about that to change it, by all means, do so.

One one setion of the game (when you unlock the first Rockwell mission) pox says " Roswell, Rockwell, thats the last time i take directions from a cryptosporidium" this might be a reference to roswell Billybobo3 17:35, 18 October 2006 (UTC)


I added a glitches section.


Where did it come from that it's set in 1959? I thought it was set earlier, and some of the thought scans indicate that it's actually 1954 or so. Loyh 19:57, 1 February 2007 (UTC)

During the mission in Santa Modesto where you have to rescue Bert Wither, if he dies a news paper will come up a read R.I.P. Bert Wither: 1920-something to 1957. So the game's year would be probably be 1957.-Jspyter1 —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 02:04, 16 September 2007 (UTC)

Explicit language[edit]

"Destroy All Humans does not contain blood or explicit language". Yes it does. " Crypto, those humans are trying to destroy the film! Kill the bastards! Have they no respect for art? ". And the majestics call you a bastard sometimes. 22:52, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

Thats bot explicit, thats mild. Explicit language is fuck and more strong language. "Bastard" and ass and damn are mild language. -- (talk) 15:26, 9 February 2008 (UTC)

Controversial in italics?[edit]

I wonder why? 01:32, 31 August 2007 (UTC)