Any game that pits you against floods of enemies won’t leave you defenseless. While the usual go-tos are machine guns, sniper rifles, and rocket launchers, some designers take these ideas a step further by equipping players with an over-the-top arsenal that’s hard to forget. From shark launchers to exploding sinners, check out our picks for gaming’s most unusual weapons.
This game as a whole is unapologetically bizarre. A sassy witch transforms her lethal locks into just about anything that will help her dispatch foes at both close and long range. This raven haired beauty stomps on bullies with a giant stiletto and chomps at the baddies with a flesh eating dragon. With hair like Bayonetta’s the possibilities in combat are seemingly endless.
Keyblade (Kingdom Hearts series)
The versatile keyblade not only opens secret doors, but can be used to bludgeon pesky foes to death so you can take all of their munny. Aside from being an effective death piece, they also look really cool.
Cerebral Bore (Turok series)
Definitely one weapon not to be reckoned with. This terrifying piece of alien tech fires projectiles that pack a mean charge. These projectiles lock onto the brain waves of an enemy, spirals toward the poor sap’s head, and burrows into its skull. The result is a gratuitous geyser of blood and brain juice.
Banana Bomb (Worms)
This soft fruit of doom is definitely not good for your health. The devastating source of protein can get one-hit kills on a single worm, and is even more effective in groups. See, kids, fruit isn’t always good for you.
Land Shark Gun (Armed and Dangerous)
Alongside your standard fare of weapons such as a boring old sniper rifle, machine gun, and rocket launcher, Armed and Dangerous also equipped players with the Land Shark Gun. It shoots sharks. The sharks get launched into the earth and later pop out of the ground to devour helpless enemies.
Chicken Gun (Ratchet and Clank)
The Ratchet and Clank series is known for its share of humorous weapons, one being the Chicken Gun. What better way to make your adversaries squawk in fear than by turning them into chickens. Bawk! Honorable mention: the Groovitron. Get the dance party started when your back’s against the wall.
Portal Gun (Portal)
The Portal Gun is not a gun by conventional means. It is a weapon designed to create portals (duh!) and also designed to blow your mind as you complete brain-bending puzzles in order to escape a deadly laboratory. Use it to navigate around the labs, cause laser-shooting foes to zap themselves, drop adorable bots into a pit, or incinerate your best friend (Companion Cube). Your options are endless.
Everything (Dead Rising series)
In a town overrun with zombies you have to be resourceful. Assembling weapons out of everyday objects is key to survival, which is why there’s no shortage of bizarre weapons in the Dead Rising franchise. You’ve got combo options like the Electric Chair (wheelchair + battery), Tesla Ball (bingo ball + battery), Exsanguinator (vacuum + saw blades), Drill Bucket (it’s what it sounds like), and more that can be used to beat the undead to a bloody pulp.
Exploding Sinner (Twisted Metal, Preacher/Brimstone)
The Preacher in Twisted Metal is undeniably unhinged, which is what makes him such a memorable character. What’s more memorable is his ability to drive around in an El Camino strapped with a sinner loaded with dynamite. The sinner is launched from a crossbow-like device and is expected to land on your opponent’s car where the sinner will yell “Repent!” right before he explodes.
Insect Swarm (BioShock)
One shot of the Insect Swarm Plasmid will have a group of Splicers scrambling about like chickens with their heads cut off. The bees are a perfect distraction allowing you to light up these tortured souls with everything you’ve got.
Feet (Mario Bros. series)
In the long-running franchise, the mustachioed brothers have had a number of power ups to make them true murder machines, but no Goomba is safe when you consider their most devastating weapon of all – their booted feet. One properly timed stomp has the power to stop (and squish) enemies in their tracks. Their feet are so terrifying, turtles hide in their shells out of fear of what’s to come.
Bodily Functions (Boogerman)
They don’t call him Boogerman for nothing. This caped hero flings his own snot to vanquish adversaries. He packs burp and fart ammunition as well, and can even gulp down milk to hock deadly loogies at his enemies.
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