Scarface: The World is Yours
Scarface: The World Is Yours is a third-person shooter video game that is a "sequel" to Scarface (1983). The game starts with an alternate ending: The Skull tries to shoot Tony in the back, but he spots him and kills him with his M16A1 rifle. The police arrives to Tony's mansion but he manages to escape. Three months later Tony returns to Miami to find Sosa and kill him. The game was allowed to use the likeness of actor Al Pacino for the character of Tony Montana, which was voiced by an actor picked by Pacino. In addition, Steven Bauer, Robert Loggia and Al Israel return from the 1983 film to voice other characters in the game.
The following weapons appear in the video game Scarface: The World is Yours:
Called the ".38", the Walther PPK is the only pistol available for purchase in the beginning of the game. It is not really needed, however, because Tony has the better .45 on him at the beginning of the game.
Called the ".45", the Colt M1911A1 can be fitted with a silencer to hide gunshots fired from it. Tony's Assassin carries a silenced M1911 pistol, along with a PSG-1. After killing Sosa, Tony is seen brandishing a silenced M1911A1 when he leaves. Holds 12 rounds in one magazine.
IMI Desert Eagle
Called the "Deagle", the Desert Eagle isn't available until you reach maximum reputation level. It is the best pistol in the game, and can kill most enemies with one shot. Tony carries one with only 7 rounds available when he makes his assault against Sosa's mansion at the end of the game, during the fight with Sosa, Sosa himself uses one as well.
Remington 870 Marine Magnum
The Remington 870 Marine Magnum is the only shotgun in the game. Tony's Enforcer carries a Remington 870, along with an M79 grenade launcher. Close inspection of the weapon shows that its the Marine Magnum version of the weapon.
Interesting note: In the movie, the character Skull was using a double barrel shotgun to assassinate Tony, however in this videogame version, the Skull was using a pump action shotgun instead.
IMI Micro Uzi
The Micro Uzi appears as the "Micro SMG", and can be fitted with a Folding Stock to reduce recoil, a magazine extension, and silencer. The image shows it as a Mini Uzi, but the one actually used is the Micro Uzi.
The AK-47 appears in this game, and can be fitted with a double magazine and a Remington 870 Shotgun attachment. Tony's Driver carries this rifle, along with a MAC-10. Tony uses one during the final battle with Sosa, unloading it on him, finishing him off once and for all.
The M16A1 with A2 style handguards appears in this game as the "Carbine Assault Rifle" and can be fitted with a double magazine and an M203 grenade launcher. Tony uses one at the beginning of the game during the mansion shootout.
FN M240 Machine Gun
The FN M240 appears in this game as the "SAW" with a M16-style magazine instead of an ammo pouch. It also is a mounted weapon on many vehicles, including helicopters, and even in stationary positions. This is NOT the Bren, as it is visibly different, and does not have a top-mounted magazine.
Heckler & Koch PSG-1 Sniper Rifle
The Heckler & Koch PSG-1 appears in this game as the "Sniper Rifle", and is the weapon of choice for Tony's hired assassin, along with a silenced M1911A1 as mentioned above.
M79 Grenade Launcher
The M79 grenade launcher appears in this game. Tony's enforcer carries an M79 as his weapon of choice, along with a Remington 870. Oddly, this weapon is capable of firing 3 shots (a la China Lake Launcher), whereas in the real world it's capable of only one. Nonetheless, the reload time is pretty much the same as the rate of fire.
The Bazooka appears in this game as the "Bazooka".
The M202 FLASH appears in this game as the "Missile Launcher" and is extremely powerful.