Ooh, what does THIS button do?
Coming at you from that three-year period in the early 2010s where dubstep was a thing, Saints Row 4's Dubstep Gun is a weaponised sub-woofer that launches powerful wub-based shockwaves.
The Sheep is the archetype of Worms' weaponised weirdness. Released by the player onto the ground, this woolly critter will hop around aimlessly until it violently explodes.
An enormous, ACME-style spring that catapults rival racers across the game's open-ended racetracks. It's a wonderfully silly weapon, complete with a comedy 'boing!' sound effect.
The Needler isn't just weird, it's deceptively weird. Although it looks rubbish, the 'holy shit!' moment when you unleash a burst of needles to tee up a colossal pink explosion is tough to top.
A gem of a weapon that shines through the game's otherwise antiquated shooting, it launches a hulking Great White from its inexplicably small barrel. Said shark then drags nearby foes into the rocky depths.
Rather than loading the crossbow with bolts, the Stranger fires animals at his foes. These beasties include Zappflies, landmine-like Fuzzles, and Smelly Stunks that cause enemies to puke.
These beetle-like creatures home in on the nearest enemy, leaping into the air like an oversized flea to bite at their face. After about twenty seconds, they then explode. Lovely.
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