MSNBC choose their top five weapons of choice when playing fps games some come to no shock such as the Half-life...
That was the first gun I flinched with after shooting someone
Golden Gun FTW.
any gun from halo franchise !
i dont count real guns as thats just....... real !
you know what i mean !
rfom has some interesting guns !
like the laptop gun in pdz too !
that picture is my desert eagle, 24k gold trigger, .50 cal heck ya
does that make up for your small pen1s?
sorry... i had to... you just made it so easy...
oh man yeah...were is the cerebral bore? Turok and Turok 2 had some great weapons for the time...the chronosepter, the fusion cannon, cerebral bore, those awesome exploding arrows...
Halo's pistol getting the number 1 spot just shows how gay that article is...the chainsaw was awesome, the railgun is great too, and the gravity gun is also one of my favorites...but the pistol in halo 1 was just extremely powerful...pistol wise...and it zoomed in a little...is that better than the dark matter gun in Quake 4?...no...and its not even the best pistol (easily goes to the dostovel in Goldeneye...best sounding hand gun in a game yet)...
The pistol was the best gun out of he halo series. Thats oen of the meany reasons I hated halo 2.
That's such a JOKE!!!
The redeemer destroys any gun ever created!!!
How did Halo get on this thing?
Counter-strike had those guns first, and it still used them more accurately.
that particle gun for Half-life 2!!!
^all better than ANY Halo gun...
damn, halo hater, dislikes something about halo and now must prove that his opinion is more valid, and more fact than those of the article writer.
Its power, the Halo 1 pistol pretty much made every other weapon useless:
Somebody trying to take you with a Sniper rifle? Use the pistol.
Somebody trying to take you with a Shotgun? Use the pistol.
Somebody trying to take you with a Tank? use the Pistol.
is at least as powerful as the original or combination of halo 2 and 3 power wise
Shrink Gun! Love it!
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