IGN Top 100 Weapons

100: Gunblade(Final Fantasy VIII)
99: Crowbar(Half-Life)
98: Bomb(Bomberman)
97: Dual Pistols(Tomb Raider – Lara Croft)
96: M6D Pistol(Halo: Combat Evolved)
95: 2×4(Splatterhouse)
94: Fiberwire(Hitman – Codename 47)
93:  Diskarmor(Rygar)
92: Severed Hand(Stubbs the Zombie in “Rebel Without a Pulse”)
91: Earthworm Jim(Earthworm Jim)
90: Plastic Bag(Manhunt)
89: Vega’s Claw(Street Fighter II)
88: Anal Probe(Destroy all Humans!)
87: Boomer Bile(Left for Dead 2)
86: Laser Gun(Another World)
85: Bionic Arm(Bionic Commando)
84; AWP/Magnum Sniper Rifle(Counter-Strike)
83: Chaoseater(Darksiders)
82: Disk Launcher/Spinfusor(Starseige: Tribes)
81:  Morph Gun(Jak II)
80: Red Shell(Super Mario Bros.)
79:  Razor Rimmed Hat(Mortal Combat II)
78: M19 SSM Rocket Launcher(Halo: Combat Evolved)
77: Laptop Gun(Perfect Dark)
76: Scorpions Spear(Mortal Combat)
75: Excavator(Dead Rising)
74: Tasor(Syphon Filter)
73: BlunderBuss(Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare)
72: Chainsaw(Doom)
71: Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device(The Orange Box)
70: Proton Canyon(Marvel vs. Capcom: New Age of Heroes)
69: Nemean Cestus(God of War 3)
68: Vortex Grenade(Fracture)
67: RC: XD(Call of Duty: Black Ops)
66: Metal Blade(Mega Man 2)
65: Badger Saw(Postal III)
64: Buster Sword(Final Fantasy VII)
63: Clemetine(Brutal Legend)
62: Corrupted Ashbringer(World of Warcraft)
61: Sasha(Team Fortress 2)
60: Soul Edge(Soul Edge)
59: Pump(Dig Dug)
58: Mr. Zurkon(Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction)
57: Katamari(Katamari Damacy)
56: Keyblade(Kingdom Hearts)
55: Poke Ball(Blue and Red)
54: Tactical Nuke(Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2)
53: Glaive(Dark Sector)
52: Heavenly Sword(Heavenly Sword)
51: Plasma Grenade(Halo: Combat Evolved)
50: Hidden Blade(Assassin’s Creed)
49: Impact Hammer(Unreal Tournament)
48: Foam Finger(Dead Space 2)
47: Stake Gun(Painkiller)
46: Mr. Toots(Red Faction: Armageddon)
45: Farsight XR-20(Perfect Dark)
44: Hammer(Donkey Kong)
43: P.R.L. 412(Resident Evil 4)
42: Shrink Ray(Duke Nukem 3D)
41: Flak Cannon(Unreal Tournament)
40: Energy Sword(Halo: Combat Evolved)
39: Wabbajack(The Elder Scrolls: Chapter 2 – Daggerfall)
38: Vector Cannon(Zone of the Enders: The Second Runner)
37: VC5 Arc Rifle(Killzone 2)
36: Topsy Turvy Bomb(Armed and Dangerous)
35: Golden Gun(Goldeneye 007)
34: 211-V Plasma Cutter(Dead Space)
33: Mega Buster(Mega Man)
32: Dagger of Time(Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time)
31: Vampire Killer(Castlevania)
30: Celestial Brush(Okami)
29: Land Shark Gun(Armed and Dangerous)
28: Atomizer(Resistance 3)
27: Flailgun(Bulletstorm)
26: Particle Gun(Wolfenstein)
25: Insect Swarm Plasmid(Bioshock)
24: Blaster Launcher(X-COM: UFO Defense)
23: Overwatch Standard Issue Pulse Rifle(Half-Life 2)
22: Redeemer(Unreal Tournament)
21: Beam Katana(No More Heroes)
20: Hyper Beam(Super Metroid)
19: Planet Buster(Spore)
18: Hair(Bayonetta)
17: Spread Gun(Contra)
16: Time Manipulation Device(Singularity)
15: Apple of Eden(Assassin’s Creed II: Brotherhood)
14: Metal Gear REX(Metal Gear Solid)
13: M-920 Cain(Mass Effect 2)
12: Tanegashima(Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
11: Euclids C-Finder(Fallout: New Vegas)
10: MK 2 Lancer Assault Rifle(Gears of War)
9: RYNO V(Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack in Time)
8: Soul Reaver(Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain)
7: Experimental MIRV(Fallout 3)
6: Pandora(Devil May Cry 4)
5: Gravity Gun(Half-Life 2)
4: Blades of Chaos(God of War)
3: Cerebral Bore(Turok 2: Seeds of Evil)
2: BFG 9000(Doom)
1: Master Sword(The Legend of Zelda: A link to the Past)


Is it just me or does IGN seem to be brown nosing Nintendo? Does anyone at IGN play games not on the Wii? I also notice  IGN seems to pick weapons that the average gamer hasn’t even heard of. Or maybe that’s just me…I just think this list was lazy and short sighted. Gears of War’s lancer was crap and it didn’t become a real weapon till 3. Also the Gnasher didn’t make the list which is a all time favorite weapon among the community. Especially online, talk about a total fail there. Anyway I hope you appreciate the labor of making this list a 1 click instead of 100 pointless clicks of boredom.

Source: IGN


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