Outlander is 1992 videogame developed (originally under the title The Road Warrior) by Mindscape for 16-bit platforms. Two years prior to this, Mindscape developed an NES game based on Mad Max movies and wanted this installment as an update for 16-bit platforms, but Warner Bros. pulled back. Rather than cancel it, Mindscape chose to rename it and change a few details so that it would instead be its own IP. Despite these changes, however, it is fairly obvious that it was based on Mad Max and Mad Max 2 down to exact replication of shots and characters from these movies.
Note: The Sega Version uses the first-person perspective popularized by Doom in the same year, while the Super Nintendo version uses a third-person perspective.
The following guns were used in the video game Outlander:
Two machineguns are mounted on the main character's car, though they are never seen and it is unclear where exactly they are mounted (Most likely somewhere near the lights, like the custom machineguns in Goldfinger).
Sawn-Off Double Barelled Shotgun
As the game is based on Mad Max, the hero's main weapon is the iconic sawn-off double barelled shotgun identical to that one seen in the movies. It is used in the arcade levels as well as to shoot bikers who dangerously near the car.
A generic pump-action shotgun is used by a girl modeled after Nightrider's girl from Mad Max.
Heckler & Koch P9S
The game's cover art depicts the hero as having a H&K P9S in a holster attached to his boot.