Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel
Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (also know as FOBOS) is an action role-playing game based on the post-apocalyptic Fallout universe. It was published in 2004 for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, and developed and published by Interplay. Reception was overwhelmingly negative, both on its own merits and in keeping with the franchise. Despite the critical and commercial failure, Interplay Entertainment still attempted to develop a sequel until financial issues forced it to sell the IP to Bethesda. Serious continuity issues lead to the game being declared completely non-canon by Bethesda (unlike Fallout Tactics, where bits and pieces might still be canonical).
The following weapons appear in the game Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel:
The Beretta 92FS returns from Fallout Tactics, referred to as the "Beretta". It is one of the first weapons obtained by the player and fires 9mm ammo. It is also one of the few weapons that can be dual-wielded.
MR/IMI Desert Eagle
The Desert Eagle in .44 Magnum, present in three Fallout games to date, returns. It serves as an excellent pistol during the beginning of the game, offering higher damage than other pistols and a fairly common ammo type. It is also one of the few weapons that can be dual-wielded.
The homemade pistol is a crafted pistol firing 9mm ammunition and the player's starting weapon. It's a nod to the zip gun of Fallout Tactics.
Sub Machine Guns
The MP5K appears as the "SMG" and uses 9mm ammunition. It is also one of the few weapons that can be dual-wielded.
Homemade submachine gun
The "homemade machine gun" is a crafted 9mm submachine gun with an improvised bayonet built from scrap metals paired in some places with pieces of cloth. It's the main weapon of Jane's raiders in Carbon during Chapter 1 and is the first automatic weapon available to the player.
Assault Rifles & Battle Rifles
Z-M Weapons LR 300
The Z-M LR 300 appears as the "Assault Rifle". It is shown with a vertical foregrip and a scope, and it is depicted firing 9x19mm rounds instead of 5.56x45mm rounds.
The SPAS-12 with no stock appears as the "Combat Shotgun". It uses 12 gauge shotgun shell ammo.
"Home-Made Laser Rifle"
The Home-Made Laser Rifle is clearly inspired by the Jawas' Ionization Blaster from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Which is a cut-down Lee-Enfield No.1 MkIII. It uses small energy ammo.