- "Machine Gun!"
- ―Pickup Voice
The Machine Gun is a weapon featured in the 2D Universe games.
The general depictions of the machine gun had several changes in terms of their physical appearance, but generally retains the traits on all games.
In Grand Theft Auto 1, the machine gun seems to be based on the Spectre M4, with some styling cues from a Heckler & Koch MP5, resulting in some sort of assault rifle. For both Grand Theft Auto: London games, the machine gun is modeled after a Sten Mk II, which has its magazine on the left side of the gun.
In Grand Theft Auto 2, the trigger group appears to be taken from the Pistol, but the rest are additions that appears to be an Intratec TEC-9 without a barrel shroud and a shorter barrel. It is also given the appearance of a submachine gun, being referred to in the game as a S-Uzi Machine Gun, a clear reference to the Uzi name. It is advertised twice, on Funami FM and Lithium FM.
The machine gun in Grand Theft Auto 1 is capable of firing larger numbers of bullets within a period of time than a pistol. Because of this trait, the machine gun is far more effective in flooding an area with bullets, increasing the chances for the player to hit targets quicker. However, as the weapon fires a large number of bullets at a time, its ammunition may deplete faster than the player would expect for a pistol.
In Grand Theft Auto 2, the machine gun's damage per bullet was decreased to only half that of the pistol.
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Grand Theft Auto 2
- Appears as a Crusher reward for the following vehicles in specific districts:
Grand Theft Auto 1
- The weapon's rifle design is also incorporated for use in the game's Flamethrower.