Engineer BrunS takes his metalworking skills to the world of Fallout, meticuously crafting this bronze, duralumin, brass, ebonite, and luminofor model of the Red Rocket from the wasteland’s #1 diesel fusion filling stations. Available from his Etsy shop for about $500.
The perfect place for keeping your stash of post-apocalyptic soft drinks, this desktop mini refrigerator holds up to a dozen cans of soda, or a mix of cans and bottles. An optional light you can place on top helps guide your way through the wasteland to cold refreshment.
The standard version of Threezero’s T-60 Power Armor has a raw finish and a modular assault rifle, while the exclusive one has fire graphics and a Fat Man as well as the rifle. It also comes with a female vault dweller head. Its armor plates fit the T-45 and vice-versa.
ThinkGeek’s officially-licensed Pip-Boy 3000 Mk. IV replica. This post-apocalyptic wearable device has working knobs and screen that displays a variety of decorative interfaces, but it can also show incoming SMS and calls if you pair it with your smartphone.
“He lost his son, so he adopted the streets.” YouTuber DefendTheHouse made a basketball trick shot video in Fallout 4 with the help of the game’s drug Jet, which slows down everything else but the player. Bonus points for the ballin’ backing track, Whispering Through by Asura.
(PG-13) Fallout 4 lets you build settlements, complete with customizable lighting. YouTuber Saucy Sausage spent a total of 20 hours erecting this proof that even in the wasteland, boys will be boys. The climax is at 3:40, but you should watch the whole thing.
(PG-13: Language) Fallout 4 has a robot butler named Codsworth that can recognize and say certain player names. Polygon played a Scribblenautsian name game with the robot to test its limits. If he can’t say your name, you might be insulted at what he can say.