In post-apocalyptic role-playing games Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, Nuka-Cola & Nuka-Cola Quantum were drinkable items for your character which would increase your Action Points and your radiation for a short period of time, and if mixed correctly could become a great weapon. This drink, which is found all over the Wasteland is recognized by its icy blue color. But this fictional drink, is making its way onto store shelves this fall in preparation for the release of Fallout4, and unlike its fictional counterpart, it hopefully won’t make your pee glow.
Fallout 3 holds a special place in all our gaming gamer hearts, but that doesn’t stop Smoosh Games from giving it the Honest Game Trailer Treatment. Even when blasting some particular aspect of the game, you can’t help but feel their love for the very thing they are attempting to lambaste. This might be the most conflicted Love/Hate relationship in the Known Universe, but maybe it’s more simply a Love/Annoyed relationship. (more…)
Thanks to the skilled hands of Ryan Palser we now have real life (non-functioning i hope) replicas the ever popular game Fallout. He created the AER-9 laser rifle and the A3-21 plasma rifle. Based on what I have seen from the wicked awesome steam punk stylings of Fallout, these gats look amazing! Check them out! (more…)
Perhaps you’ve heard of him. He boasts a bad-ass resume creating artwork for Dark Horse, Fantagraphics and now Bethesda (Fallout 3) and he’s reputably one of the gaming industry’s most sought-after Concept Artists. Awesomely, Adam Adamowicz is blogging these days, unpeeling the layers of his process from reveals of his sketchbook pages and morning commute drawings to watercolors, cardboard sculptures and of course robots and monsters, monsters, monsters. (more…)