Fallout 76, like any other Fallout video game, will be one that is bleak and somber because, post-apocalypse. Hence, if you really want to get the mood set for the game’s November release, you should not pass on this: Official Fallout 76 Vault Boy LED Lamp. Why? Because, it is the Vault Boy, duh, and it glows green as if it was radioactive and so it’d look the part. While it may emit green light – a color symbolically associated with radioactive, this little guy here is not radioactive and that is a good thing because radioactive is bad news, here or in Fallout world. Continue reading Fallout 76 Vault Boy LED Lamp Glows Green, Set The Mood For The Game
Have you ever play a video game and thought about where can you get those food in real life? Obviously, it is easy if the game is, say, GTA, but not quite if it is a sci-fi video game and one that is set in a time after a nasty nuclear fallout like the video game Fallout. Actually not quite because, the Fallout: The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook (Insight Editions, ISBN-13 978-1683833970) will have your acquired taste for post-apocalypse delicacies covered. Continue reading We Don’t Even Need To Tell You Why You Need This Fallout Cookbook
The recently announced Fallout: 76 won’t be available till Fall, but already, news of its merchandise has already emerging, including our apple of our eyes: the Pip-Boy 2000 Mk Vi kit and now, we heard our all-time favorite geek store has a bunch of other Fallout stuff. Whether or not they are directly related to the upcoming Fallout: 76 does not matter. What matters is, these merchandise from this referential video game franchise are super dope. They are part futurism and steampunk, but all retro-futuristic and that tickles my fancy, a lot. Continue reading Here Are Some Fallout Collectibles No Fans Should Live Without
There’s something strangely alluring about referential things. Perhaps, that is why Fallout has a such a huge following. I am not fan of the game, btw. I hate any game that requires me to face mutants, monsters et cetera. But I am fan of the art of Fallout. There’s nothing more referential then this now-iconic game. Late last month, Bethesda revealed a teaser to a new Fallout game, called Fallout: 76. A couple of weeks later on June 10, the U.S. game publisher made the official reveal. Continue reading Fallout: 76 Revealed, Special Edition And Pip-Boy 2000 Mk VI Collectible
Game developer Bethesda is best known for the post-apocalyptic role-playing video game Fallout which have gained quite a massive following since its birth in 1997. So, just how crazy are fans of this arguable modern cult video game? Well, how about watching a bobblehead figure for hours on Twitch prior to the announcement of the Fallout: 76? Continue reading Fallout: 76 Teaser Revealed, But Prior To That $140K Fans Watched This…
While the gadgets and tech in Fallout are awesome, no one wished to be in that scenario and therefore, what’s in the game should stay in the game. But that doesn’t mean when you game, you can’t have something a little more, well, realistic, like maybe a controller that has a flipping Pip-Boy on it? Like this Fallout-inspired custom Playstation DualShock 4 Controller from Devin L Smith’s End of Line Design? The details that go into this controller are simply stunning. Continue reading This Custom Fallout DualShock 4 Controller Has A Flipping Pip-Boy
This faithful replica of the post-apocalyptic game, Fallout 4, won’t help in the game, but it serves a greater purpose – a purpose which we are incline to think as a smartwatch. And no, it is not a smartphone case; that will be super awkward and painfully impractical. Like I said, it is a smartwatch of sort; it syncs with your trusty smartphone via Bluetooth and it has its own integrated screen that displays in iconic monochrome green, plus onboard software and other necessary hardware to enable it to do what a smartphone can do, which includes, take and place calls, access contacts, text messaging, and dig into your audio files. The only thing it can’t do is playback videos; otherwise, this is pretty much the communication device you will need in a fallout, or maybe not. Continue reading Here’s A Smartwatch Of Sort In Fallout 4’s Pip-Boy Form
Monopoly is set in a scenario of peace, where folks buy and sell properties, charges others for stepping on their properties and such, but I bet you do not expect that ‘business’ to be flourishing after a fallout, right? Logically, the economic will be in a ruin, but that doesn’t stop USAopoly and Bethesda, maker of the game Fallout, from coming together to create a monopoly that’s based on after the terrible fallout. The concept of monopoly is maintained, which means 2 to 6 players can take part in rebuilding the civilization, trading their way through the Fallout wasteland. As expected, you will be able to buy iconic properties from all four Fallout games and if desired, fortify them with Vault-Tec approved Shacks, along with Vaults, which are hotels for vagabonds to step on so you can squeeze precious post-fallout money from them, or them, from you. Continue reading Monopoly: Fallout Collector’s Edition – Even Wasteland Is Worth Something!