History ImprovisedWeapon / VideoGames

6th Dec '16 1:09:52 PM ashlay
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': Due to preferring blunt weapons, Ryuji Sakamoto's melee equipment includes various types of bars, rods, metal pipes, and a wooden baseball bat.
6th Oct '16 12:03:24 PM NotThisThing
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** The victim in the fourth case of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice Spirit of Justice]]'' was smothered with uncooked noodle dough.

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** The victim in the fourth case of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice Spirit of Justice]]'' was smothered with uncooked noodle dough.
6th Oct '16 12:03:04 PM NotThisThing
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** The victim in the fourth case of ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice Spirit of Justice]]'' was smothered with uncooked noodle dough.
3rd Aug '16 4:56:30 PM Lopiny
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** Whenever a BarBrawl starts, dwarves tend to use the first thing at hand, which is usually their drinking implements. Not too terrible if they're drinking with wooden cups, but it gets nasty if they've been given stone mugs, and Armok help them if you gave them +iron goblets+.

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** Whenever a BarBrawl starts, dwarves tend to use the first thing at hand, which is usually their drinking implements. Not too terrible if they're drinking with wooden cups, but it gets nasty if they've been given stone mugs, and Armok help them if you gave them +iron goblets+. Of course, dwarves are also significantly more aggressive now, so chances are if a sudden threat pops up they'll dogpile it and beat the piss out of it with those same mugs, so it's not always a bad idea to give them heavy ones.
23rd Jul '16 1:56:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''PsiOps'' is another case of telekinetically-fueled improvisation, as anything not bolted down -- including enemies, ''live or dead'' -- can be thrown about with impunity. For bonus damage, [[KillItWithFire set it on fire first]] You can even improvise a hovering power by standing on a crate, lifting it with TK and then surfing it across the room!

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* ''PsiOps'' ''VideoGame/PsiOpsTheMindgateConspiracy'' is another case of telekinetically-fueled improvisation, as anything not bolted down -- including enemies, ''live or dead'' -- can be thrown about with impunity. For bonus damage, [[KillItWithFire set it on fire first]] You can even improvise a hovering power by standing on a crate, lifting it with TK and then surfing it across the room!
12th Jul '16 12:41:59 AM jormis29
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* Some of the seemingly benign assets offered to commanders in ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}} 2'' and ''Battlefield 2142'' are supply drops, UAV scans, and vehicle drops. ''[=BF2=]'' commanders learned early on that stray vehicles can ruin an enemy runway, preventing jets from taking off. Many a sniper or flag capper found themselves the victim of a precisely aimed supply crate. And rooftop soldiers in ''[=BF2142=]'' fell to the otherwise harmless UAV, which either pushed them off or crushed them against the building. The most damning point is that many of these "attacks" were lethal in a way that artillery strikes weren't.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}''
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Some of the seemingly benign assets offered to commanders in ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}} 2'' ''VideoGame/Battlefield2'' and ''Battlefield 2142'' ''VideoGame/Battlefield2142'' are supply drops, UAV scans, and vehicle drops. ''[=BF2=]'' commanders learned early on that stray vehicles can ruin an enemy runway, preventing jets from taking off. Many a sniper or flag capper found themselves the victim of a precisely aimed supply crate. And rooftop soldiers in ''[=BF2142=]'' fell to the otherwise harmless UAV, which either pushed them off or crushed them against the building. The most damning point is that many of these "attacks" were lethal in a way that artillery strikes weren't.
10th May '16 3:01:38 PM PaladinPhoenix
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** This was really only doable in the Tea House fight. You could backflip to break furniture and pick it up, the character shouting "I'll improvise!", and pummel the bad guys with chair legs and hams, but this was the only place where you could do this.

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** This was really only doable in the Tea House fight. You could backflip to break furniture and pick it up, the character shouting "I'll improvise!", and pummel the bad guys with chair legs and hams, but this was the only place where you could do this. Oddly enough, the improvised weapons were ''massively'' stronger than your legendary weapons and martial arts.
10th May '16 2:59:37 PM PaladinPhoenix
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** Mega Man himself is a household assistant robot, designed to adapt to whatever tools he's needed to use and whatever chores he's needed to perform. It just happens that he usually needs to defeat rogue Robot Masters using weapons/tools he acquires from other Robot Masters.

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** Mega Man himself is a household assistant robot, designed to adapt to whatever tools he's needed to use and whatever chores he's needed to perform. It just perform, using his Variable Tools System. When he's converted into a fighting robot, the VTS allows him to copy (usually imperfectly) the abilities of the robot masters he defeats. VideoGame/MegaManX is what happens that he usually needs to defeat rogue Robot Masters using weapons/tools he acquires from other Robot Masters.when the Variable Tools System is designed with combat in mind, becoming the Variable Weapons System and resulting in a terrifyingly effective increase in power and versatility.
13th Apr '16 11:10:10 AM 20person
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** ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' has its own share of improvised weapons. The Rock-It launcher is back, renamed as the Junk Jet and can shoot any item classified as "Junk" (which includes bundles of [[CastFromMoney pre-War currency]]), as well as most of the other improvised weapons from ''3''. New to this game is the Syringer Rifle, which shoots [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin syringes]] [[AbnormalAmmo full of chemicals]], with the effects depending on the chemical inside the syringe.
*** Also, the majority of raiders and settlers, at least early on, will be armed with pipe weapons, which are improvised firearms cobbled together from junk. Fittingly, they're also the weakest class of guns in the game.
29th Mar '16 7:05:13 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* VideoGame/{{Manhunt}}'' teaches the player how to violently murder gang-bangers with just about anything including plastic bags, pens, fire extinguishers, flashlights and pliers. Weapons [[WhatCouldHaveBeen cut from the games]] goes an extra step further with things like dildos, a vending machine and newspaper rolls.
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