Bloody Good Time
Bloody Good Time is a multiplayer-only video game for the PC and Xbox 360 platforms. It was published by Ubisoft in 2010. The game uses Valve's Source engine. Its gameplay is similar to Condemned: Criminal Origins; it features various melee weapons and a few firearms. The guns cannot be reloaded in the game.
The following weapons can be seen in the video game Bloody Good Time:
The Colt Python appears as "Revolver" and holds 6 rounds.
The Franchi SPAS-12 is limited to pump-action mode. Holds only 6 shells instead of the real weapon's 8-shell capacity and appears as "Shotgun" in the game.
Z-M Weapons LR 300LM with M203PI
The only automatic weapon in the game is the LR 300LM. Holds 30 rounds but deals less damage than any other weapon. A non-functional M203PI grenade launcher is mounted on it, serving as a prop, because it doesn't even have a trigger.
Known as "Sniper Rifle" in the game, the Barrett M107 can be used to pick off enemy players from a distance. For some fairness, the M107 is usually well hidden and holds only 5 rounds in the standard 10-round magazine.
Modified Orion flare gun
The slightly modified Orion flare gun can be used to light enemies on fire. The max ammo is limited to three shots, however those can be fired without reloading the gun. Appears as "Flare Gun" in the game.
A taser heavily based on the M26 Advanced Taser appears in the game as a usable weapon. Security guards also use these.