If you are not a fan of non-violent video games, online slots (excellent examples at www.slotswise.com), racing games etc., then you should definitely check out our list of Top 5 Deadliest Game Weapons. Here you’ll find weapons from such iconic games as Assassin’s Creed and Fallout, to name a few, that you always loved to use while you were playing either on your computer or gaming console.
Without further ado, we give you the five most deadly game weapons:
- The Hammer of Dawn (Gears of War)
Not your everyday weapon, the Hammer of Dawn was one of the many godlike weapons that unleash great destruction by invocating a death beam from the sky. This weapon was highly restricted in terms of how and when you could use it. Unlike similar weapons in some other games, it was always satisfying to fire off the Hammer of Dawn and sometimes it was the only way to defeat large forces of Berzerkers and Locusts in one place.
- The BFG (Doom)
For many of today’s grown-up gamers, Doom’s BFG was among the first in-game guns you really wanted to have. Combining hilarious name and absurd looks, this weapon was fun right from the get-go, but when you saw the amounts of green misery it could unleash, the BFG became your best friend throughout the game.
- Hidden Wrist Knife (Assassin’s Creed)
When compared to the previous two, a simple knife may not seem like one of the most exciting game weapons in the world. However, this weapon can give you just as much satisfaction to stealthily murder your target and escape undiscovered, as any ray of god or preposterous weapons can in other games.
- Fat Man (Fallout 3)
There is no doubt that there are many great weapons in both Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas, and at the same time there is no doubt that the Fat Man, essentially a shoulder-mounted personal nuke launcher, is among the less fun ones due to the limited ammo and the fact it weighs so much to carry around. You’d probably like better the alien blaster, the power fist, or the Gauss rifle, but when it comes to deadliness, the Fat Man is definitely unsurpassed. It takes its name from one of the two nuclear bombs that were dropped on Japan in WWII, codenamed Fat Man and Little Boy. Out of respect to the victims of this bombs, the weapon was renamed to Little Boy in the Japanese version of the game.
- Flamethrower (Halo)
Many games feature flamethrowers in their weapon arsenal, but to different levels of success. They are always fun to use, like the one in Duke Nukem, but they can also be powerful but slow and heavy, like the one in Resident Evil. This is not the case with Halo since the flamethrowers are an absolute joy to use. The flamethrower in Halo is the kind of weapon you may well keep on you as one of the main weapons of your arsenal rather than just pulling it out occasionally for laughs.