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This is list of gun games, video games that use a non-fixed gun controller, organized by the video game console or computer system that they were made available for. Ports of light gun games which do not support a light gun (e.g. the Sega Saturn version of Corpse Killer) are not included in this list. Also not included are games that use positional guns, analog controllers normally mounted to arcade cabinets that are used to move crosshairs along the screen. The games are organized alphabetically by the console's company and then subdivided by the respective company's consoles in a chronological fashion.

Contents

3DO Interactive Multiplayer

  • Corpse Killer
  • Crime Patrol
  • Demolition Man
  • Drug Wars
  • The Last Bounty Hunter
  • Mad Dog McCree
  • Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
  • Space Pirates
  • Who Shot Johnny Rock
  • Amstrad CPC

    Gunstick CPC games:

  • A-Team, The Gunstick 1988 Zafiro
  • Bestial Warrior Gunstick 1989 Dinamic
  • Guillermo Tell Gunstick 1989 Opera Soft
  • Mike Gunner Gunstick 1988 Dinamic
  • Solo Gunstick 1989 Opera Soft
  • Space Smugglers Gunstick 1989 MHT Ingenieros
  • Target Plus Gunstick 1988 Dinamic
  • Trigger Gunstick 1989 Opera Soft
  • Magnum CPC games:

  • Bullseye Magnum 19?? Macsen
  • Missile Ground Zero Magnum 1989 Mastertronic
  • Operation Wolf Magnum 1989 Ocean
  • Robot Attack Magnum 1990 Mastertronic
  • Rookie Magnum 1989 Mastertronic
  • Solar Invasion Magnum 1990 Mastertronic
  • Trojan (CPC Plus) games:

  • Skeet Shoot Trojan 199? Trojan
  • Enforcer, The Trojan 199? Trojan
  • Westphaser (CPC) games:

  • Crazy Shot Westphaser
  • Steve McQueen Westphaser 1992 Loriciel
  • West Phaser Westphaser 1989 Loriciel
  • Unconfirmed CPC games:

  • American Turbo King Magnum? 1989 Mastertronic
  • Billy The Kid Magnum? 1990 Mastertronic
  • Bronx Street Cop Magnum? 1989 Mastertronic
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon Magnum? 1989 Mastertronic
  • Jungle Warfare Magnum? 1989 Mastertronic
  • APF TV FUN

  • Pistol
  • Arcade

  • 2 SPICY (Sega, 2007)
  • Area 51 (Atari, 1995)
  • Maximum Force (Atari Games, 1997)
  • Area 51/Maximum Force Duo (Atari Games, 1998)
  • Area 51: Site 4 (Atari Games, 1998)
  • Balloon Gun (Sega, 1975)
  • Bullet Mark (Sega, 1975)
  • Bang! (Gaelco, 1998)
  • Beast Busters (SNK, 1989)
  • Beast Busters: Second Nightmare (SNK, 1999)
  • Big Buck Hunter (Incredible Technologies, Inc., 2000)
  • Big Buck Hunter Shooter's Challenge (Incredible Technologies, 2002)
  • Big Buck Hunter II Sportsman's Paradise (Incredible Technologies, 2003)
  • Big Buck Hunter 2006 Call Of The Wild (Incredible Technologies, 2005)
  • Big Buck Hunter Pro (Raw Thrills, Inc., 2006)
  • Big Buck Safari (Raw Thrils, Inc., 2008)
  • Big Buck Hunter Pro Open Season (Raw Thrills, Inc., 2009)
  • Big Buck World (Raw Thrills, Inc., 2010)
  • Bronx (bootleg, 1986)
  • CarnEvil (Midway, 1999)
  • Cheyenne (Exidy, 1984)
  • Chiller (Exidy, 1986)
  • Clay Pigeon (Exidy, 1986)
  • Confidential Mission (Sega of America, Inc., 2000)
  • Crossbow (Exidy, 1983)
  • Crypt Killer (Konami, 1995)
  • Cycle Shooting (Taito, 1986)
  • Desert Gun (Midway, 1977)
  • Duck Hunt (Nintendo, 1984)
  • Vs. Duck Hunt (Nintendo Vs. System, 1984)
  • Egg Venture (The Game Room and Innovative Concepts in Entertainment, 1997)
  • Evil Night / Hell Night (Konami, 1998)
  • Friction (Friction Game Studios, 2011)
  • Ghost Squad (Sega, 2004)
  • Ghost Squad Evolution (Sega, 2007)
  • Golden Gun (Sega Shanghai Software, 2010)
  • Gunblade NY (Sega, 1996)
  • Gunslinger Stratos (Square Enix, 2012)
  • Gunslinger Stratos 2 (Square Enix, 2014)
  • Happy Hunter (Limenko, 2001)
  • Hogan's Alley (Nintendo, 1984)
  • Vs. Hogan's Alley (Nintendo Vs. System, 1984)
  • Invasion (Midway, 1999)
  • Jurassic Park III (Konami, 2001)
  • Jurassic Park Arcade (Raw Thrills, 2015)
  • Killer Shark (Sega, 1972)
  • Sea Devil (Sega, 1972)
  • Battle Shark (Nintendo, 1977)
  • Lethal Enforcers (Konami, 1992)
  • Lethal Enforcers II: Gunfighters (Konami, 1994)
  • Lethal Enforcers 3 (Konami, 2005)
  • Let's Go Jungle!: Lost on the Island of Spice (Sega, 2006)
  • Ninja Assault (Namco, 2000)
  • Mad Dog McCree (American Laser Games)
  • Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (American Laser Games)
  • Operation G.H.O.S.T.
  • Point Blank (arcade game) (Namco, 1994)
  • Point Blank 2 (arcade game) (Namco, 1999)
  • Point Blank 3 (arcade game) (Namco, 2000)
  • Police 911 (Konami, 2001)
  • Police 24/7 (Konami, 2001)
  • Police 911 2 (Konami, 2001)
  • Police Trainer (P&P Marketing, 1997)
  • Police Trainer 2 (Team Play Inc.)
  • Rambo (Sega, 2008)
  • Sharpshooter (P&P Marketing, 1998)
  • Shoot Away (Namco, 1984)
  • Shooting Gallery (Seatongrove Ltd (Zaccaria license), 1984)
  • Shootout at Old Tucson (American Laser Games, 1994)
  • Shoot The Bear (Seeburg, 1949)
  • Silent Hill: The Arcade (Konami, 2007)
  • Space Gun (Taito, 1990)
  • Space Pirates (American Laser Games, 1992)
  • Star Trek: Voyager - The Arcade Game (Team Play, 2002)
  • Target: Terror (Raw Thrills, 2004)
  • Teraburst (Konami, 1999)
  • Terminator Salvation (Raw Thrills, 2010)
  • Aliens: Armageddon (Raw Thrills, 2014)
  • The House of the Dead (Sega, 1996)
  • The House of the Dead 2 (Sega, 1998)
  • House of the Dead III (Sega, 2002)
  • House of the Dead 4 (Sega, 2005)
  • House of the Dead 4 Special (Sega, 2005)
  • The Last Bounty Hunter (American Laser Games, 1994)
  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park (arcade game) (Sega, 1997)
  • The Maze of the Kings (Sega, 2002)
  • The Ocean Hunter (Sega, 1998)
  • Time Crisis (Namco, 1995)
  • Time Crisis II (Namco, 1997)
  • Crisis Zone (Namco, 1999)
  • Time Crisis 3 (Namco, 2002)
  • Time Crisis 4 (Namco, 2006)
  • Razing Storm (Namco, 2009)
  • Time Crisis 5 (Namco, 2015)
  • Triple Hunt (Atari, 1977)
  • Trophy Hunting: Bear & Moose (Sammy USA, 2003)
  • Turkey Hunting USA (American Sammy Corporation, 2001)
  • Turkey Shoot (Williams, 1984)
  • Vampire Night (Namco/Sega/Wow Entertainment, 2000)
  • Virtua Cop (Sega, 1994)
  • Virtua Cop 2 (Sega, 1995)
  • Virtua Cop: Elite Edition (Sega, 2002)
  • Virtua Cop 3 (Sega, 2003)
  • Zombie Raid (American Sammy, 1995)
  • Who Shot Johnny Rock? (American Laser Games, 1991)
  • Wild Gunman (Nintendo, 1984)
  • World Combat (Konami, 2003)
  • Zero Point (Unico, 1998)
  • Zero Point 2 (Unico, 1999)
  • Atari 2600

  • Sentinel
  • Shooting Gallery (unreleased)
  • Bobby needs Food (homebrew)
  • Atari 7800

  • Alien Brigade
  • Barnyard Blaster
  • Crossbow
  • Meltdown
  • Sentinel
  • Atari 8-bit family

  • Barnyard Blaster
  • Bug Hunt
  • Crossbow
  • Crime buster
  • Gangsters Ville
  • Operation Blood
  • Binatone TV MASTER

  • Shooting
  • Commodore 64

  • Army Days
  • Baby Blues
  • Blaze-Out (compilation of: RoboCop, Combat School, Hyper Sports, Platoon, Rambo III for use with a light gun)
  • Cosmic Storm
  • Gangster
  • Ghost Town
  • GooseBusters
  • Grouse Shoot
  • Gunslinger
  • High Noon Shootout
  • Mike Gunner
  • Operation Wolf
  • Shooting Gallery
  • Target Plus
  • Time Traveller
  • Magnavox Odyssey

  • Shootout (game card #9)
  • Dogfight (game card #9)
  • Prehistoric Safari (game card #9)
  • Shooting Gallery (game card #10)
  • PC

  • Area 51
  • Art is Dead (2001 ,Small Rockets)
  • Big Buck Hunter
  • Blue Estate
  • Crime Patrol
  • Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars
  • Die Hard 2: Die Harder
  • Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas (some of the levels are in the rail shooter format)
  • Ed Hunter
  • Fast Draw Showdown
  • Gunslinger Stratos: Reloaded
  • The House of the Dead
  • The House of the Dead 2
  • The House of the Dead III
  • The House of the Dead: Overkill
  • The Last Bounty Hunter
  • Mad Dog McCree
  • Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
  • Nerf Jr. Foam Blaster: Attack of the Kleptons!
  • Remington Super Slam Hunting Africa
  • Space Pirates
  • Virtua Cop
  • Virtua Cop 2
  • Who Shot Johnny Rock?
  • Xbox

  • Silent Scope Complete (contains three games)
  • The House of the Dead II (unlockable game on the Xbox port of The House of the Dead III)
  • The House of the Dead III
  • Starsky & Hutch (video game)
  • Xbox 360

  • Cabela's African Adventures
  • Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012
  • Cabela's Big Game Hunter: Hunting Party
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013
  • Cabela's Hunting Expeditions
  • Cabela's North American Adventures
  • Cabela's Survival: Shadows of Katmai
  • MIB: Alien Crisis
  • Nintendo Entertainment System

  • Baby Boomer
  • Barker Bill's Trick Shooting
  • Chiller
  • Cobra Mission
  • Duck Hunt
  • Freedom Force
  • Gotcha! The Sport!
  • Gumshoe
  • Hogan's Alley
  • Laser Invasion (contains light-gun segment)
  • Mechanized Attack
  • Operation Wolf
  • Shooting Range
  • Space Shadow(uses its own light gun; the Hyper Shot Light Gun)
  • Supergun 3-in-1
  • The Adventures of Bayou Billy (contains light-gun sequences)
  • The Lone Ranger (contains light-gun sequences)
  • To The Earth
  • Wild Gunman
  • Track & Field II (Bonus Game: Gun Firing)
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System

  • Battle Clash
  • Bazooka Blitzkrieg
  • The Hunt for Red October (it is used for bonus games)
  • Lamborghini American Challenge (it accesses a different game mode from the normal one)
  • Lethal Enforcers (used its own gun: Konami Justifier)
  • Metal Combat: Falcon's Revenge - aka Battle Clash 2
  • Operation Thunderbolt
  • Shien's Revenge
  • Super Scope 6 cart (it is bundled with the hardware and features six games, under Lazer Blazer and Blastris categories)
  • Terminator 2: The Arcade Game
  • Tin Star
  • X-Zone
  • Yoshi's Safari
  • Wii

    The Wii is unique in that its standard controller can be used as a gun controller. Though a number of Wii games do not support these capabilities, those which do form an exhaustively long list of games, many of which have no resemblance to traditional light gun games. Thus, this section will only include games that either explicitly support the Wii Zapper or are rail shooters in nature. Virtual Console ports, such as Operation Wolf, have thus far not included any amount of light gun support.

    Wii Zapper Games

  • Attack Of The Movies 3D (light gun game)
  • Big Buck Hunter
  • Brothers in Arms: Double Time
  • Cabela's Adventure Camp
  • Cabela's African Adventures
  • Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2010
  • Cabela's Big Game Hunter (2007 video game)
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2009
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011
  • Cabela's Monster Buck Hunter
  • Cabela's Outdoor Adventures
  • Cabela's Outdoor Adventures (2009 video game)
  • Cabela's Survival: Shadows of Katmai
  • Cabela's Trophy Bucks
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
  • Call of Duty: World at War
  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
  • Call of Duty 3
  • Chicken Blaster (light gun game)
  • Chicken Riot (light gun game)
  • Chicken Shoot (light gun game)
  • Cocoto Magic Circus (light gun game)
  • The Conduit
  • Conduit 2
  • Counter Force
  • Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop
  • Dead Space: Extraction (light gun game)
  • Deer Drive
  • Dino Strike (light gun game)
  • Fast Draw Showdown (light gun game)
  • Ghost Squad (2007) (light gun game)
  • GoldenEye 007 (2010 video game)
  • The Grinder
  • Gunblade NY and LA Machineguns Arcade Hits Pack (2 light gun games)
  • Gunslingers (aka Western Heroes) (light gun game)
  • Heavy Fire: Special Operations (WiiWare) (2010)
  • Heavy Fire: Afghanistan (2011)
  • Heavy Fire: Black Arms (WiiWare) (2012)
  • The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return(2 light gun games)
  • The House of the Dead: Overkill (light gun game)
  • Hunting Challenge
  • Jurassic: The Hunted
  • Link's Crossbow Training (bundled with Wii Zapper)
  • Mad Dog McCree: Gunslinger Pack (3 light gun games)
  • Martian Panic (light gun game)
  • Medal of Honor: Heroes 2
  • Medal of Honor: Vanguard
  • Metroid Prime: Trilogy (requires the Cobalt Flux Dark Ops Wii gun shell peripheral for easy access of buttons and movement on the Wii's motion controls. Incompatible with the Wii Zapper due to required buttons and movement being inaccessible to the player's hands.)
  • MIB: Alien Crisis
  • Nerf N-Strike (light gun game)
  • North American Hunting Extravaganza
  • The OneChanbara
  • Pirate Blast(light gun game)
  • Quantum of Solace
  • Reload
  • Remington Great American Bird Hunt
  • Remington Super Slam Hunting: Africa
  • Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska
  • Remington Super Slam Hunting: North America
  • Resident Evil 4 (Wii Edition)
  • Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles (light gun game)
  • Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles (light gun game)
  • Robin Hood: The Return of Richard
  • Sin & Punishment: Star Successor
  • Sniper Elite
  • Target: Terror (April 22, 2008) (light gun game)
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent
  • Top Shot Arcade
  • Transformers: Cybertron Adventures
  • Wicked Monsters Blast!
  • Wild West Guns (August 4, 2008) (light gun game)
  • Wild West Shootout (light gun game)
  • Zombie Panic in Wonderland (WiiWare)
  • Party Games with rail shooter/shooting gallery sections
  • Boom Blox
  • Boom Blox Bash Party
  • Carnival Games
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids 2
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party
  • Wii Play
  • CD-i

  • Chaos Control
  • Creature Shock
  • Crime Patrol
  • Drug Wars
  • Mad Dog McCree
  • Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
  • Mystic Midway: Phantom Express
  • Mystic Midway: Rest in Pieces
  • The Last Bounty Hunter
  • Thunder In Paradise
  • Who Shot Johnny Rock
  • Sega Master System

  • Assault City
  • Gangster Town
  • Laser Ghost
  • Marksman Shooting & Trap Shooting
  • Missile Defense 3-D
  • Operation Wolf
  • Rescue Mission
  • Rambo III
  • Safari Hunt
  • Shooting Gallery
  • Space Gun
  • Marksman Shooting / Trap Shooting / Safari Hunt
  • Wanted!
  • Sega Genesis, Sega CD and Sega CD 32X

  • Menacer 6-game cartridge
  • Bodycount
  • Corpse Killer (CD)
  • Crime Patrol (CD)
  • Lethal Enforcers
  • Lethal Enforcers (CD)
  • Lethal Enforcers 2
  • Lethal Enforcers 2 (CD)
  • Mad Dog McCree (CD)
  • Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (CD)
  • Snatcher (CD) (contains light-gun sequences))
  • Terminator 2: The Arcade Game
  • Who Shot Johnny Rock (CD)
  • Unreleased Sega Sega Genesis, Sega CD and Sega CD 32X light-gun games:

  • Drug Wars (CD)
  • Die Hard Trilogy (Mega Drive/Genesis and 32X))
  • Monster Hunter
  • Revolution X (32X)
  • Space Pirates (CD)
  • Sega Saturn

  • Area 51
  • Chaos Control Remix (released in PAL regions under the title Chaos Control, causing it to be sometimes confused with the original)
  • Crypt Killer
  • Death Crimson
  • Die Hard Trilogy
  • The House of the Dead
  • Mighty Hits
  • Maximum Force
  • Mechanical Violator Hakaider
  • Policenauts (contains light-gun sequences)
  • Scud the Disposable Assassin
  • Virtua Cop
  • Virtua Cop 2
  • Dreamcast

  • Confidential Mission
  • Death Crimson 2
  • Death Crimson OX
  • Demolition Racer - No Exit (Unlockable in the mini game 'Big Car Hunter', one of the only 2 American released games which worked with the official Sega light gun, released only in Asia and Europe)
  • The House of the Dead 2
  • Silent Scope (game has no native light gun support, Bio Gun light gun has "Silent Scope" mode that allows use of d-pad on the gun as well as the trigger for firing, although the gun itself could not be used to move the crosshairs)
  • Virtua Cop 2 (released individually in Japan and in the Sega Smash Pack in North America)
  • List of cancelled Dreamcast gun games:

  • The House of the Dead 3
  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park (arcade game)
  • Time Crisis 2
  • ZX Spectrum

    Magnum Light Phaser games came with the gun:

  • Bullseye - Magnum 1987 Macsen Software
  • Missile Ground Zero - Magnum 1989 Mastertronic
  • Operation Wolf - Magnum 1989 Ocean
  • Robot Attack - Magnum 1990 Mastertronic
  • Rookie - Magnum 1989 Mastertronic
  • Solar Invasion - Magnum 1990 Mastertronic
  • The following games worked with the Magnum Light Phaser, but were brought out by third parties. Some were remakes of the Cheetah Defender Light gun games by Code Masters Ltd.

  • Billy the Kid - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Bronx Street Cop - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Industria 14 - Mastertronic Ltd
  • Jungle Warfare - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Living Daylights - The Computer Game, The - Domark Ltd
  • Lord Bromley's Estate - Amstrad
  • Make My Day - Mastertronic Ltd
  • Q's Armoury - Amstrad
  • American Turbo King - (A remake of Super Car Trans Am) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Cheetah Defender Light gun games all by Code Masters Ltd:

  • Advanced Pinball Simulator
  • Billy The Kid
  • Bronx Street Cop
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon
  • Jungle Warfare
  • Supercar Trans-am (Super Car Trans Am)
  • It should also be noted that both versions of the light guns that were meant for the 128K+ or up, worked with almost all the games available.

    Sony PlayStation

    The PlayStation has two main types of light guns: the GunCon/G-Con by Namco and the Konami Justifier (known as the Hyperblaster in Japan and Europe). There were also other third-party and non-licensed light guns that were compatible with either: Justifier or GunCon games or both.

  • Area 51 (Justifier/Hyperblaster)
  • Crypt Killer (Justifier/Hyperblaster)
  • Die Hard Trilogy (Justifier/Hyperblaster)
  • Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas (Justifier/Hyperblaster or Guncon)
  • Elemental Gearbolt (Justifier/Hyperblaster or GunCon)
  • Extreme Ghostbusters: Ultimate Invasion (GunCon)
  • Galaxian3 (GunCon)
  • Ghoul Panic (Released as "Oh! Bakyuuun" in Japan, uses GunCon)
  • Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James (GunCon)
  • Guntu Western Front June, 1944 (JPN only, GunCon)
  • Judge Dredd (Justifier/Hyperblaster or GunCon)
  • Lethal Enforcers 1&2 (Justifier/Hyperblaster)
  • Maximum Force (Justifier/Hyperblaster or GunCon)
  • Mighty Hits Special (EU/JPN only, Justifier/Hyperblaster)
  • Point Blank (GunCon)
  • Point Blank 2 (GunCon)
  • Point Blank 3 (GunCon)
  • Project Horned Owl (Justifier/Hyperblaster)
  • Rescue Shot (GunCon)
  • Resident Evil Survivor (JPN/PAL versions) (GunCon)
  • Silent Hill (Justifier/Hyperblaster, used for an easter egg)
  • Simple 1500 Series Vol.024 - The Gun Shooting (JPN only, GunCon)
  • Simple 1500 Series Vol.063 - The Gun Shooting 2 (JPN only, GunCon)
  • Snatcher (JPN only, Justifier/Hyperblaster, contains light-gun sequences)
  • Star Wars: Rebel Assault II (compatible with the Justifier/Hyperblaster, which is used for certain shooting sequences)
  • Time Crisis (GunCon)
  • Time Crisis: Project Titan (GunCon)
  • Sony PlayStation 2

  • Cocoto Funfair (EU only, GunCon 1 only)
  • Death Crimson OX+ (JP) aka Guncom 2 (EU)
  • Dino Stalker (EU/NA) aka Gun Survivor 3: Dino Crisis (JP) (differs from conventional light-gun games in that the player has freedom of movement)
  • Endgame
  • Gunfighter II: Revenge of Jesse James (EU only)
  • Gunvari Collection + Time Crisis (JP only)
  • Ninja Assault
  • Police 24/7 (Norgun) * Also can use a USB Camera (EU/JP Only)
  • Quick & Crash (Originally released in the arcades, an unlockable game in the PS2 port of Time Crisis II)
  • Resident Evil: Dead Aim (EU/NA) aka Gun Survivor 4 Biohazard Heroes Never Die (JP) (contains light-gun sequences)
  • Resident Evil Survivor 2 Code: Veronica (EU) aka Gun Survivor 2 Biohazard Code: Veronica (JP)
  • Shoot Away II (Originally released in the arcades, an unlockable game in the PS2 port of Time Crisis II)
  • Starsky & Hutch
  • Time Crisis: Crisis Zone
  • Time Crisis II
  • Time Crisis 3
  • Vampire Night
  • Virtua Cop: Elite Edition (EU/AUS) aka Virtua Cop Re-Birth (JP)
  • Sony PlayStation 3

    The Playstation 3 has two dedicated gun peripherals: the GunCon 3 by Namco and the Top Shot Elite by RedOctane. The PlayStation Move can also function as a gun controller. To qualify, games using the Move have to either support the "Move Sharp Shooter" peripheral or be rail shooter in nature.

  • BioShock Infinite (PSMove)
  • Cabela's African Adventures (Top Shot Elite)
  • Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 (Top Shot Elite)
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011 (Top Shot Elite)
  • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013 (Top Shot Elite)
  • Cabela's Hunting Expeditions (Top Shot Elite)
  • Cabela's North American Adventures (Top Shot Elite)
  • Cabela's Survival: Shadows of Katmai (Top Shot Elite)
  • Child of Eden (PSMove)
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (PSMove)
  • Dead Space Extraction HD (PSMove, light gun game)
  • Deadstorm Pirates (GunCon 3 or PSMove, light gun game)
  • Dust 514 (PSMove)
  • Fast Draw Showdown (PSMove, light gun game)
  • Gal*Gun (PSMove)
  • GoldenEye 007: Reloaded (PSMove)
  • Heavy Fire: Afghanistan (PSMove, light gun game)
  • The House of the Dead 3 (PSMove, light gun game)
  • The House of the Dead 4 (PSMove, light gun game)
  • The House of the Dead: Overkill - Extended Cut (PSMove, light gun game)
  • Killzone 3 (PSMove)
  • Mad Dog McCree (PSMove, light gun game)
  • Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (PSMove, light gun game)
  • MAG (PSMove)
  • MIB: Alien Crisis (Top Shot Elite)
  • Modern Combat: Domination (PSMove)
  • PlayStation Move Ape Escape (PSMove)
  • Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection (PSMove, 2 light gun games)
  • Resistance 3 (PSMove)
  • The Shoot (PSMove, light gun game)
  • SOCOM 4 (PSMove)
  • Star Trek
  • The Last Bounty Hunter(PSMove, light gun game)
  • Time Crisis 4 (GunCon 3, light gun game)
  • Time Crisis: Razing Storm (GunCon 3 or PSMove, light gun game)
  • Wicked Monsters Blast! (PSMove)
  • Tiger Laser Games

  • Area 51
  • Independence Day
  • Mars Attacks!
  • Virtua Cop
  • References

    List of gun games Wikipedia


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