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Release Date: 2005
Developer: Capcom
Grasshopper Manufacture
Publisher: Capcom
NIS America (Windows)
Platforms: GameCube
PlayStation 2
Genre: Action-Adventure

Killer7 (Japanese title: キラー7, Kirā Sebun) is a Japanese 2005 action-adventure game directed and written by Goichi Suda in his first video game released outside of Japan. The game, set in an alternate future, follows a group of assassins known as the killer7. Led by the enigmatic Harman Smith and hired by the United States government, the killer7 perform hits on targets as they uncover a political conspiracy within the Japanese and American governments. Killer7 initially received mixed reception when it was first released for its unconventional controls and plot, however, the game's other aspects were praised and led to the game gaining a cult following.

Note: All screenshots were taken from the 2018 HD remaster for Windows.

The following weapons appear in the video game Killer7:



Walther PPK

A Walther PPK called ELECTROLITE (named after the song of the same name by R.E.M.) is Garcian Smith's weapon of choice. He uses it in conjunction with a suppressor that cannot be removed. The Walther PPK in this game has a magazine capacity of 5 rounds, which is two less than its real-life counterpart. Unlike the weapons of the other personas, the PPK (along with Garcian himself) cannot be upgraded in any way, cementing its role as a last resort weapon intended solely for Garcian's self-defense when he is out retrieving a fallen persona's paper-bagged head to revive them.

Walther PPK fitted with a sound suppressor - .380 ACP
ELECTROLITE being aimed.

AMT Hardballer Longslide

KAEDE Smith's weapon of choice is a AMT Hardballer Longslide known as CONNECTION (named after the song by British rock band Elastica). She has mounted a scope on it, making it similar in appearance to the Terminator's pistol in The Terminator. Of note is that the pistol also appears in fellow Capcom game Resident Evil 4 (2005), where it is called the Killer7; the game's logo is also stamped on the pistol's slide. The weapon's inclusion in the game is likely as a promotional crossover, as both games were released as part of the "Capcom Five".

AMT Hardballer Longslide with laserlock sight as used in the film The Terminator - .45 ACP
CONNECTION being aimed.
The pistol is reloaded. KAEDE visibly struggles to insert the magazine in the reload animation.

Glock 23

Con Smith carries two customized Glock 23s known as "DISARM" (a reference to the song of the same name by The Smashing Pumpkins). The game suggests that the pistols are fully automatic, but the ROF in-game suggests Con is simply pulling the triggers quickly. They are not Glock 19's as originally stated. Note the 10 round capacity in-game.

Glock 23 (2nd Generation) - .40 Smith & Wesson.

Browning Hi-Power

A Browning Hi-Power is used by the female assassin in the level "Sunset pt. 1", and by Curtis Blackburn in "Encounter". The assassin's Hi-Power is two-tone, but Curtis' is fully chrome with gold engravings.

Browning Hi-Power Practical - .40 S&W

Beretta Cougar

A Beretta Cougar is used by assassin Jean DePaul in both parts of "Sunset".

Beretta 8000L Cougar F Type P - 9x19mm


Taurus Model 44

Dan Smith's weapon of choice is a customized Taurus Model 44 known as HANDSOME DEVIL (named after the song of the same name by British rock band The Smiths).

Taurus Model 44 with 6" barrel - .44 Magnum
HANDSOME DEVIL being aimed.

Enfield No. 2

A customized Enfield No. 2 called "FREAK SCENE" (a reference to the song of the same name by American rock band Dinosaur Jr.) is Coyote Smith's weapon of choice.

Enfield No. 2 Mk. I Original configuration with spurred hammer - .38 S&W

"Demon Gun"

Smith & Wesson Model 29

A customized, gold-plated Smith & Wesson Model 29 known as the Golden Gun is used by Greg Nightmare in "Smile". The revolver is later taken by Garcian Smith.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 new production - .44 Magnum

Submachine Guns

M1928 Thompson

A customized M1928 Thompson is the weapon of choice of a young Harman Smith in the unlockable Killer8 mode, unlocked after beating the regular game.

M1928 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP

Heckler & Koch MP5A5

A customized Heckler & Koch MP5A5 is used by AYAME Blackburn at the end of "Encounter Pt. 1". The gun is equipped with a sight, a vertical foregrip, and a laser sight.

Heckler and Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm

Sniper Rifles

Barrett M82A1

Harman Smith's weapon of choice is a Barrett M82A1 known as "GLIDER" (a reference to the song of the same name by Irish-English rock band My Bloody Valentine). The rifle is equipped with an Aimpoint sight.

Barrett M82A1 - .50 BMG
GLIDER attached to Harman's wheelchair.
Harman reaches for GLIDER in his ready animation.
A brief view of the Aimpoint sight in the rifle's ready animation.

Grenade Launchers

M79 Grenade Launcher

MASK de Smith's weapons of choice are a pair of cut-down, heavily customized M79 grenade launchers known as "DREAM ALL DAY" (a reference to the song of the same name by American rock band The Posies) with spikes around the muzzles, and he is restricted to firing them simultaneously with every press of the "shoot" button. Uniquely among the playable personas, MASK's grenade launchers can be upgraded in two ways: firstly by spending Thick Blood at ingame TVs to upgrade the blast radius of fired grenades and their damage potential, and secondly by finding ingame luchador costumes, all of which upgrade his firing rate. When MASK is in his first two costumes, his grenade launchers need to spend a short amount of time to remove spent casings and insert fresh grenades. The first obtainable luchador costume is compulsory and found during the "Encounter" chapter of the game, but removes MASK's need to insert new grenades whenever he reloads. The second, and also compulsory, luchador costume is found during the "Alter Ego" chapter of the game, and allows him to keep firing with a short delay between shots while removing MASK's need to reload at all as well as granting him a powerful special attack. The third (and optional this time) costume reduces the delay between shots, and is found during the second part of the "Smile" chapter of the game.

M79 grenade launcher - 40mm
MASK emptying the grenade launchers in his reload animation.

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