BFG? Farsight? Katana? name thy tool of slaying and what FPS in which we may find it.
Pretty much any (preferably Heavy) Sniper rifle. The 99C-S2 AM from Halo, Rail Driver from RF:G or the Intervention/M82 from MW2 if you wanna get specific.
Secondly would be any G36 variant (LMG, AR, etc) or the PPSh-41. Also the Nano Rifle from RF:G.
If you just wanna generalize, Snipers then Machine guns (followed by ARs with under barrel grenade launcher when applicable) would be my favorites.
Though the "Game Ender" weapons are great too (Redeemer, Fat Man MIRV).
" i don't what the games name is.. but very bloody and highly disturbing. BUT! you could shoot kittys out of an shotgun and an m16, so that was awesome "T'was a gun(s?) from Postal If'n I remember. Although the pee action was highly entertaining too.
" @dylanderoo said:indeed, just hitting em with the shovel.. and pee on em, good times.. good times.." i don't what the games name is.. but very bloody and highly disturbing. BUT! you could shoot kittys out of an shotgun and an m16, so that was awesome "T'was a gun(s?) from Postal If'n I remember. Although the pee action was highly entertaining too. "
BFG-9000. The original room clearer, and the only true answer.
But in all seriousness, in general, I love me a good shotgun. Halo's shotgun was pretty decent, don't like COD's or GOW's shotguns though. Borderlands had some awesome ones, and Counter Strike as well.
the Chain Gun from Red Faction 2 that had an x-ray scope and could shoot through walls. Ungodly things could be done and you felt like the best bastard in the world. Also, the Antipersonnel Gun in Team Deathmatch with team kills off. You could coat someone in it, send them in as a suicide bomb and when the little explosives go off, you laugh because they didn't die
I guess I would have to say the STG. 44 from World at War, which is also the MP44 in previous Call of Duty games. And yes, that is how I got my username both on this site and on many other sites. But at the same time, I love guns with really high fire rates in my games, as well as old weapons. For example, I really like the F2000 in Modern Warfare 2 just for the fire rate and the looks. I also like using it in Bad Company 2 for much the same reason - it looks cool and it fires quickly. So I guess this is how my preference works:
- 'Classic' weaponry (World War II era)
- Weapons with high rates of fire
- Weapons that sound or look cool
I wonder... does this make me a shallow person?