What are the Coolest Video Game Weapons?


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Long gone are the days of video games being considered children's toys. Nowadays, the video game industry has grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry, with hundreds of millions of people from all around the world playing video games. Although the real truth is, most people in the world today have played some kind of video game. Whether it be a Triple A, highly anticipated popular game, or whether it be a mobile game like Candy Crush, the truth is, most people today have played a video game of some kind.

The popularity of video games has also led to the massive success of a new form of entertainment called eSports. Competitive gaming is nothing new, however, before the popularity of eSports, competitive gaming amounted to organized tournaments, that any gamer could enter. Today, eSports, is a legitimate "sport" with professionals playing the games, and competing in teams. eSports has seen massive success on online betting sites which you can find the best online sportsbook on betstation.com where fans of both betting and eSports can place bets on the winner.

One of the most popular genre in video games is the FPS genre. FPS games are all about shooting enemies with bigger and better guns. While the FPS genre does not have exclusive rights to cool firearms, they do have the biggest number of guns, just due to the nature of the genre. In this article, we are going to look at a few of the coolest guns in video games.

The Portal Gun
From the popular video game Portal, the Portal gun is iconic as one of the most popular weapons in video games. Though whether the gun can be called a weapon at all is debatable, as the Portal gun is non-lethal. All the gun does is open two portals which are linked between each other. One is blue and the other orange. Portal is one of the most popular games, and the portal gun is one of the most beloved guns in video games.

The Dubstep Gun
Saints Row is one of the most beloved video game franchises, and its main appeal comes from the sheer embrace of its own goofiness. The franchise follows the Boss, the leader of the street gang known as Saints. In the fourth game, after becoming United States President, the Boss and his gang are kidnapped by an Alien Race of Conquerors and placed within a virtual world similar to the Matrix.

Within this world, the President goes on a rampage, killing a bunch of enemies with his newly-acquired powers, and a wide assortment of guns. The most iconic gun in Saints Row IV is the Dubstep Gun. The Gun shoots a long-range pulse, the frequency of which resembles a fast-beat, electronic song, which prompts all enemies within the area to dance to the beat.

The player can change the song that the gun plays depending on the costume they pick.

Gravity Gun
From Half-Life, the Gravity Gun is another non-lethal tool, though unlike the Portal gun it can be used as a deadly weapon. The gravity gun fires a tractor beam which manipulates the gravity of the target it strikes. Creative gamers can come up with their own ways to best utilize this particular gun.

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