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11th Apr '16 3:38:48 AM Dravencour
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** The first minigun the player encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' is on a Vertibird that crashed into the top of the Museum of Freedom, and the player uses this, along with their first major suit of Power Armor, to battle Raiders and a powerful Deathclaw in the first real battle of the game.
9th Apr '16 3:10:12 PM Andre
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** In 6, Gregar Version, BeastOut turns Megaman's buster into one of these, firing even faster than the Vulcan chips. The damage per shot may be pitiful, even at max (five), but it adds up fast if the enemy doesn't move out of the way.
7th Apr '16 11:15:35 AM Morgenthaler
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** ''ReturnToCastleWolfenstein'' has a Gatling-like gun, the Venom, that charges for a bit before opening fire. And if an enemy (except [[DemonicSpiders the really strong ones]]) takes too many bullets, it explodes into LudicrousGibs.

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** ''ReturnToCastleWolfenstein'' * ''VideoGame/ReturnToCastleWolfenstein'' has a Gatling-like gun, the Venom, that charges for a bit before opening fire. And if an enemy (except [[DemonicSpiders the really strong ones]]) takes too many bullets, it explodes into LudicrousGibs.
5th Apr '16 8:42:15 PM AnoneMouseJr.
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** ''Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaiden: Kamen Rider Zangetsu'' introduces a prototype Watermelon Arms (the full version is a MiniMecha) equipped with the Watermelon Gatling Gun, a shield and minigun combination. Due to its recoil weakening him, he only used it once.


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** Franchise/SuperSentai's ''Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger'' has [=DekaMachine=] Patrol Gyror, with Gatling guns under its wings. Years later, in ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'', the Gokaigers are able to summon a modified of the Patrol Striker, which has Gatling guns in its wheels; these guns are used in Deka [=GokaiOh=]'s finisher.
15th Mar '16 3:00:01 AM Mhazard
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* Several ''Franchise/{{Gundam}} Gunpla'' kits featured mounted or portable gatling guns, some of them can be customized.

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* Several ''Franchise/{{Gundam}} Gunpla'' ''[[Franchise/{{Gundam}} Gunpla]]'' kits featured mounted or portable gatling guns, some of them can be customized.customized and can be wielded by ''Toys/{{Figma}}''.



* ''Toys/SuperRobotChogokin'' features the UCR-10 (otherwise known as Vengeance if the [[ChainsawGood Grind Blade]] is attached) from ''VideoGame/ArmoredCoreV'', one of the four weapons is a gatling gun with rotating barrels. Oddly enough, it can be wielded by ''Toys/{{Figma}}''.

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* ''Toys/SuperRobotChogokin'' features the UCR-10 (otherwise known as Vengeance if the [[ChainsawGood Grind Blade]] is attached) from ''VideoGame/ArmoredCoreV'', one of the four weapons is a gatling gun with rotating barrels. Oddly enough, it can also be wielded by ''Toys/{{Figma}}''.
15th Mar '16 2:59:04 AM Mhazard
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* Several ''Franchise/{{Gundam}} Gunpla'' kits featured mounted or portable gatling guns, some of them can be customized.
* M.S.G., ''Frame Arms'' and ''Frame Arms Girl'' lines manufactured by Kotobukiya featured gatling gun parts as well and they are compatible with each other as long as 3mm peg holes are available.
* ''Toys/SuperRobotChogokin'' features the UCR-10 (otherwise known as Vengeance if the [[ChainsawGood Grind Blade]] is attached) from ''VideoGame/ArmoredCoreV'', one of the four weapons is a gatling gun with rotating barrels. Oddly enough, it can be wielded by ''Toys/{{Figma}}''.
10th Mar '16 12:11:10 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[IronKingdoms Warmachine]] has two warjacks wielding Gatling guns, both part of Cygnar's armies. The first is the [[http://privateerpress.com/warmachine/gallery/cygnar/warjacks/sentinel Sentinel]], a light warjack sporting a Gatling gun for its right arm and a shield on its left and second is its bigger brother, the [[http://privateerpress.com/warmachine/gallery/cygnar/warjacks/cyclone Cyclone]] heavy warjack. Cygnar also have [[http://privateerpress.com/warmachine/gallery/cygnar/units/trencher-chain-gun-crew chaingun teams among their ground troops.]]

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* [[IronKingdoms Warmachine]] ''Tabletopgame/IronKingdoms'' Warmachine has two warjacks wielding Gatling guns, both part of Cygnar's armies. The first is the [[http://privateerpress.com/warmachine/gallery/cygnar/warjacks/sentinel Sentinel]], a light warjack sporting a Gatling gun for its right arm and a shield on its left and second is its bigger brother, the [[http://privateerpress.com/warmachine/gallery/cygnar/warjacks/cyclone Cyclone]] heavy warjack. Cygnar also have [[http://privateerpress.com/warmachine/gallery/cygnar/units/trencher-chain-gun-crew chaingun teams among their ground troops.]]
10th Mar '16 12:10:31 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Wiseguy}}''. Hitman Roger Loccoco has a car with a Gatling gun firing from the trunk, and twin machine-guns between the headlights.

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* ''{{Wiseguy}}''.''Series/{{Wiseguy}}''. Hitman Roger Loccoco has a car with a Gatling gun firing from the trunk, and twin machine-guns between the headlights.



* ''PowerRangers'': The [[Series/PowerRangersZeo Red Battlezord]] has Gatling laser cannons [[ArmCannon built into its arms]]. One of the [[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Rescue Megazord's]] guns is a huge laser Gatling gun (the other was an equally enormous [[KillItWithFire flamethrower]]). The [[Series/PowerRangersInSpace Delta Megazord]] has Gatling gun hands. The [[Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue Supertrain Megazord]] is armed with a Gatling ''missile launcher''.

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* ''PowerRangers'': ''Franchise/PowerRangers'': The [[Series/PowerRangersZeo Red Battlezord]] has Gatling laser cannons [[ArmCannon built into its arms]]. One of the [[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Rescue Megazord's]] guns is a huge laser Gatling gun (the other was an equally enormous [[KillItWithFire flamethrower]]). The [[Series/PowerRangersInSpace Delta Megazord]] has Gatling gun hands. The [[Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue Supertrain Megazord]] is armed with a Gatling ''missile launcher''.



* ''DeadliestWarrior'' season 3 has UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt vs. LawrenceOfArabia, and one of Roosevelt's weapons was a hand-cranked Gatling gun.

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* ''DeadliestWarrior'' ''Series/DeadliestWarrior'' season 3 has UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt vs. LawrenceOfArabia, and one of Roosevelt's weapons was a hand-cranked Gatling gun.



* Many mecha and vehicles in ''{{Rifts}}'' are adopting [[RuleOfCool rotary railguns]] as antipersonnel weapons.

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* Many mecha and vehicles in ''{{Rifts}}'' ''Tabletopgame/{{Rifts}}'' are adopting [[RuleOfCool rotary railguns]] as antipersonnel weapons.



* ''{{GURPS}}'': Ultratech has Gatling versions of everything which are at the low end of the high power weapons but have four times the rate of fire and about twice as many shots.

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* ''{{GURPS}}'': ''Tabletopgame/{{GURPS}}'': Ultratech has Gatling versions of everything which are at the low end of the high power weapons but have four times the rate of fire and about twice as many shots.



* ''{{Gammarauders}}'', a game about giant mutant cyborg animals fighting in the radioactive wastes after an apocalyptic nuclear war, features the Macrotechnic Popgun, so called because though it is of little use against the bioborgs it can still waste a lot of regular human soldiers, called popcorn because the bioborgs eat them like snacks.

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* ''{{Gammarauders}}'', ''Tabletopgame/{{Gammarauders}}'', a game about giant mutant cyborg animals fighting in the radioactive wastes after an apocalyptic nuclear war, features the Macrotechnic Popgun, so called because though it is of little use against the bioborgs it can still waste a lot of regular human soldiers, called popcorn because the bioborgs eat them like snacks.



* ''{{Deadlands}}'' has not only traditional Gatling guns, but also Gatling pistols, Gatling rifles, and Gatling shotguns.

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* ''{{Deadlands}}'' ''Tabletopgame/{{Deadlands}}'' has not only traditional Gatling guns, but also Gatling pistols, Gatling rifles, and Gatling shotguns.
22nd Feb '16 11:39:28 PM HiddenWindshield
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* A man with a Gatling gun killed several powerful villains (in fact, practically ''every villain besides himself'') early on in ''Anime/RurouniKenshin''. It was an era-appropriate early model, operated with a hand crank. In the anime, he was stopped when it jammed after one of the villains stuck a poison dart in the ammo bandoleer; in the manga he simply ran out of bullets after mowing everyone down.
** The problem with the aforementioned weapon in the manga is that it looks more like a British recoil-operated Maxim gun due to the incredibly obvious barrel jacket and ammunition belt. The supposed firing crank ought to be the cocking handle, Gatling guns were fed by gravity-operated hoppers, and no Gatling gun has ever needed to be water-cooled. And to add insult to injury, this "Gatling" (as stated, more likely a Maxim) has appeared about six years before it was invented. I think this villain should actually try reading English before purchasing weapons.
*** Actually, the ammunition belt is the only problem. The earliest model Gatling guns did have their firing crank on the right side rather than behind, and they also did have barrel jackets along with a matting-type material packed around the barrels and soaked with water (this was removed in later models as it proved unnecessary).

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* A man with a Gatling gun killed several powerful villains (in fact, practically ''every villain besides himself'') early on in ''Anime/RurouniKenshin''. It was an era-appropriate early model, operated with a hand crank. crank (although this was slightly undermined by the ammo belt; hand-cranked models invariably used a gravity-feed hopper). In the anime, he was stopped when it jammed after one of the villains stuck a poison dart in the ammo bandoleer; belt; in the manga he simply ran out of bullets after mowing everyone down.
** The problem with the aforementioned weapon in the manga is that it looks more like a British recoil-operated Maxim gun due to the incredibly obvious barrel jacket and ammunition belt. The supposed firing crank ought to be the cocking handle, Gatling guns were fed by gravity-operated hoppers, and no Gatling gun has ever needed to be water-cooled. And to add insult to injury, this "Gatling" (as stated, more likely a Maxim) has appeared about six years before it was invented. I think this villain should actually try reading English before purchasing weapons.
*** Actually, the ammunition belt is the only problem. The earliest model Gatling guns did have their firing crank on the right side rather than behind, and they also did have barrel jackets along with a matting-type material packed around the barrels and soaked with water (this was removed in later models as it proved unnecessary).
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31st Jan '16 6:16:21 PM Pseudoname
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* ''Videogame/{{Evolve}}'' has Hyde use one of these as his secondary weapon. It has one of the largest clips in the game, but a medium range and a wide spread of fire.
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