If you want the best, most devastating and exhilarating weaponry, featured in Sci-Fi Gaming, then you’ve stumbled onto a worthy list. All you need are these five gems here, and you’ll get to blowing things up in no time.
5. Assassins Creed: Brotherhood
It’s not so much a single weapon that makes the assassin so lethal in it’s execution, but more the arsenal of weapons available to you, that you can all use in a single string of fights, combined together, its result is a ridiculous amount of eliminated enemies.
4. Dead Space – Plasma Cutter.
Favorite weapon in the dead space arsenal, surprisingly it’s not a primary weapon, however it still packs a punch, with any nearing enemy’s attacks being, cut to pieces, which is satisfying in it’s result and clear to see as you slay the evil alien foes. Depending on the level your on and XP etc all does have a slight impact on how awesome this gun performs. Long range and vertical and horizontal modes on the weapon.
3. Killzone 3 - StA-X3 W.A.S.P. Launcher
If you like the thought of seeing a mini fireworks display and also homing missiling the crap out of your enemies in this little number then, this launcher is the best way to go. Nice design and powerful with a nice sound to it.
2. Fallout 3 – Fatman
This gun is like a small nuclear explosion, incredibly devastating and the most powerful gun you can get your hands on, in this game. If you want “Impressive” you got it.
1. Mass Effect 3 – Geth Spitfire.
Mass Effect is probably used to being first place for many things, including this, the awesome firepower available is truly extraordinary. Having looked at all the heavy firepower, the Geth Spitfire (mini-gun) is well worthy of the top spot, it’s lethal in it’s devastation and velocity. It makes light work of even some of the toughest, enemies. If you use this weapon and I suggest that you do, have a look at the “Cain” too, almost as powerful, if not more. In terms of wanting “Impressive Weaponry” it can’t get better than this list.
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