I didn't make it!
Just posted my FEAR 2 Project Origin Review in the General Gaming section, go take look guys ;)
I love variety in my guns, ones I would like to see more of are:
Robinson Arms XCR Bushmaster ACR XM25 airburst grenade laucher
None of these are guns; they're all pistols and rifles. :p
Yannick;4812201None of these are guns; they're all pistols and rifles. :p
What do you call a gun, then?
Well according to the military, machine guns and artillery are 'guns'.
If you accidentally call a rifle a gun in the Army, painful stuff happens.
Zamamee;4799484I give Bad Company quite a bit of credit for making use of plenty of unconventional weapons. There's a pretty big list of usable guns in the game, most of which I've never seen in any other games.
Yes, Bad Company has a lot of guns we don't see too often as gamers, which makes each gun feel a bit more special than guns in other games, like the XM8 and QBU-88. The rifles are from all over the world- United States, Russia, China, Germany, even South Africa. The variety is... nice, to say the least.
:naughty:I wanna see the one that megaman uses.
bud389;4802270I thought the Scout sounds fine, atleast it's got a little bang to it, unlike the pistol in HL2 which sounds like your firing airsoft pellets (which it probably is as it takes over 4, yes 4!!! rounds from a gun capable of firing .40/.45 rounds to take down 1 police unit... pathetic, atleast if you shoot them in the head they die)[/quote] Lern2aim Isn't that gun an automatic sniper rifle in the game? much like the kreig auto rifle in the game?
If you hold down the trigger it fires somewhere between semi and full auto. The SG-550 (or is it 552?) is similar, but it kind of...well...sucks.
what about the C11 from Syphon Filter, namely Dark Mirror?
17th June 2002
mathwizi2005;4799327the P90 uses 5.7x28mm rounds dude compared to the 5.56mm rounds the M16 uses, im surprised the P90 isnt classed as an assault rifle heres the info on it FN P90 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia i see the page as pretty accurate
That's like suggesting that an MP5 is the most powerful weapon on the planet because it uses 9mm ammunition. FN's P90 uses 5.7x28mm rounds, while the M16 uses 5.56x45mm rounds. Anybody who told you that length doesn't matter was telling you fibs. The P90 is an impressive weapon for sure, technically simple and reliable, with a unique bullpup configuration that gives it a much longer barrel for its size while also allowing for high-capacity magazines. It was designed as a compact submachine gun, capable of penetrating low-grade armour at short distances, and that's what it is. But to compare it to an M16 is verging on the ridiculous. Its rounds have poor stopping power (hence my off-handed comment that you'd need to use the entire magazine to take something down), they only penetrate low-grade body armour within fifty to one hundred metres, it's inaccurate at range, and it has roughly half the muzzle velocity of the longer-barrelled, higher calibre, higher powered assault rifle. It's not called an assault rifle because it's not an assault rifle. The reason few organisations beyond police and a few special forces units have actually adopted it is because they realised that carbines fit the same role, they're more powerful and they're cheaper to boot. Poor old P90's biggest enemy is television - everyone sees the futuristic-looking weapon being used to quickly shoot down heavily armoured, immortal aliens and just assume that it's god's gift to the firearms industry. It's a great example of unrealistic reality if you ask me. And it's because of that very fact that the P90 is entirely irrelevant to this thread - it's in every single bloody video game, TV series and movie that it's more common than the cold.