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Fallout

Fallout T-51 Power Armor Speaker

Fallout T-51 Power Armor Speaker
$150  Buy Link Comment

Based on the highly-advanced power armor from the wasteland, this blacked-out Bluetooth wireless speaker is sure to make a statement sitting on your desktop. It stands 7″ tall, and features a gesture control system, much like the one you’d find in a 6-figure BMW.

Fallout Power Armor USB Hub

Fallout Power Armor USB Hub
$70  Buy Comment

USB-C may be the future of ports, but with millions of devices under its belt, USB-A just might survive until the post-apocalypse. Hold on to the standard with this four-port USB hub that’s disguised as a statuette of Fallout‘s T-51 Power Armor in a cradle.

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Fallout 4 X-01 Action Figure

Fallout 4 X-01 Action Figure
$380  Buy Comment

The latest in Threezero’s jaw-dropping line of sixth scale Fallout 4 Power Armor action figures. The X-01 stands 14.5″ tall and has nearly 40 points of articulation. It has a light up helmet and comes with a swappable head and an Assaultron Blade.

Fallout 76 Vault Boy LED Lamp

Fallout 76 Vault Boy LED Lamp
$39  Buy Comment

Give your room a S.P.E.C.I.A.L. post-apocalytpic vibe with Numskull’s officially licensed Fallout 76 Vault Boy LED lamp. The lamp is almost 12″ tall and gives off a green glow. It’s powered via USB. Check out Numskull’s other Fallout 76 merchandise here.

Fallout Official Cookbook

Fallout Official Cookbook
$21  Buy Comment

Learn how to make Nuka-Cola, BlamCo Mac & Cheese, Deathclaw Steak and more with the Fallout: The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook. This hardcover book contains dozens of recipes based on or inspired by the food from the video game series. Drops 10/23/18.

Fallout: Miami Mod (Trailer)

Fallout: Miami Mod (Trailer)

A group of Fallout fans are making a DLC-sized mod for Fallout 4. Fallout: Miami takes place in the titular city, which is ridden with sandstorms and three factions vying for control. It will have its own quests and story as well as new items, weapons and vehicles.

Fallout 76: Welcome to West Virginia

Fallout 76: Welcome to West Virginia

While this walkthrough from the vaults into the wasteland of West Virginia doesn’t really deliver on the gameplay mentioned in its title, it does show off an incredibly detailed universe, along with some truly terrifying new creatures, born from the nuclear fallout in Fallout 76.

Fallout Plasma Rifle Replica

Fallout Plasma Rifle Replica
$120  Buy Comment

The talented craftsmen at Chronicle Collectibles made this life-size replica of the plasma rifle from the Fallout franchise. It has a sniper barrel as well as green lights that are toggled by the trigger.

Fallout 76 Pip-Boy Construction Kit

Fallout 76 Pip-Boy Construction Kit
$150  Buy Comment

This DIY kit will let you assemble a life-size and wearable replica of the Pip-Boy from the upcoming online survival game Fallout 76. The kit comes with 150 parts and all of the tools needed to put them together. It even comes with a Vault-Tec-themed instruction manual.

Fallout 76 (Teaser)

Fallout 76 (Teaser)

“When the fighting has stopped, and the fallout has settled, you must rebuild.” We don’t see much in its teaser, but according to Kotaku, Fallout 76 will be an online multiplayer survival RPG, much like DayZ or Rust. But it will have a story and base-building.

Fallout 4 Shower Curtain

Fallout 4 Shower Curtain
$25  Buy Comment

Decorate your vault with ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Fallout 4 shower curtain. This curtain is printed with the charming pictograph that Bethesda made to list the Perks that you can get in the game. It measures 70″x 70″.

Making a Fallout Red Rocket

Making a Fallout Red Rocket

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.

Fallout Geeki Tikis

Fallout Geeki Tikis
$60  Buy Comment

Whether you’re into irradiated water, brahmin milk or Nuka-Cola, ThinkGeek’s Fallout Geeki Tikis are for you. The set includes four 14oz. mugs featuring Dogmeat, Vault Boy, a Power Armor and a Deathclaw. You can also get them individually at Bethesda’s store.

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PlastCraft Fallout 4 Gauss Rifle

PlastCraft Fallout 4 Gauss Rifle
$1,100  Buy Link Comment

Etsy store PlastCraft makes video game-inspired collectibles and props. Its pièce de résistance at the moment is this badass gauss rifle replica inspired by Fallout 4‘s weaponry. It’s filled with blue LEDs and has nixie tubes that indicate the battery’s charge.

Dragonborn Nuka-Cola Mini Fridges

Dragonborn Nuka-Cola Mini Fridges
$150-$300  Buy Comment

There’s an official Nuka-Cola mini fridge, but Etsy store Dragonborn Studios‘ unlicensed versions look so much better. They have weathered metal cases, can hold up to 6 cans, and can be set to warm or cold. Available in Nuka-Cola, Quantum and Vim! colorways.

End of Line Pip-Boy PS4 Controller

End of Line Pip-Boy PS4 Controller

Devin L. Smith aka End of Line Designs makes beautiful video game controller case mods. His latest work is a DualShock 4 based on Fallout’s Pip-Boy. The hinged screen over the touch pad and the tiny gauge beside it both light up.

Fallout Nuka-Cola Mini Fridge

Fallout Nuka-Cola Mini Fridge
$150  Buy Comment

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.

Fallout 4 T-60 Action Figure

Fallout 4 T-60 Action Figure
$380-$398  Buy Comment

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.

Fallout Blacksmith Challenge

Fallout Blacksmith Challenge

Man at Arms: Reforged used found objects and 19th century techniques and tools to make four weapons from Fallout 4: a bat with nails on it, an aluminum bat with saw blades, the Revolutionary Sword and Kremvh’s Tooth.

Pip-Boy Deluxe Bluetooth Edition

Pip-Boy Deluxe Bluetooth Edition
$350  Buy Link Comment

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.

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30,000 Robot Fallout 4 Battle

30,000 Robot Fallout 4 Battle

YouTuber Cosmic Contrarian likes his Fallout 4 battles big. Recently, he created a battle in which 30,000 automatron robots took on The Commonwealth. As amazing as this is, be sure to check out some of his other awe-inspiring battle videos.

Fallout: Choose Your Own Apocalypse

Fallout: Choose Your Own Apocalypse

YouTuber Many A True Nerd spawned a new kind of let’s play video. He made an abridged playthrough of Fallout: New Vegas in the style of Choose Your Own Adventure books to let us dictate how the video plays out. Turn annotations on.

Don’t Stop Me Fallout 4

Don’t Stop Me Fallout 4

(Gore) Joey van Embden created this fan tribute to Fallout 4 using a combination of in-game footage set to the uplifting 1978 Queen track Don’t Stop Me Now. Bethesda should really use this as a commercial.

Fallout 4: Automatron DLC

Fallout 4: Automatron DLC

The Automatron add-on for Fallout 4 unveils the Machinist and his robot army. But you’ll be able to harvest his robots for parts to make your own, and customize its armor, limbs, weapons, abilities, paint scheme and even voice. Drops 3/22/16 for $10.

Fallout 4 T-45 Action Figure

Fallout 4 T-45 Action Figure

Threezero’s sixth scale T-45 is one of the most mouth-watering action figures we’ve ever seen. It stands 14.5″ tall and comes with a laser rifle. You’ll be able to swap the armor pieces between this and future Power Armor figures. Drops 1/28/16 for $380+.

A Fallout 4 Christmas

A Fallout 4 Christmas

Here comes the candy cane pain train. Machinima master Tyrannicon turned Santa Claus into post-apocalyptic Boston’s Judge Dredd. Who needs a sleigh when you have power armor? Check out the video’s description for the list of mods used.

Ballout 4

Ballout 4

“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.

Fallout 4: The Tower of Flesh

Fallout 4: The Tower of Flesh

(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.

How to Play Fallout 4

How to Play Fallout 4

(PG-13) videogamedunkey shows what you can do with console commands, a nuke-wielding pot calling the kettle black and that melons are the new cheese. Post-nuclear King Kong needs to have his own power armor.

Does Fallout 4 Know Your Name?

Does Fallout 4 Know Your Name?

(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.

Conan Plays Fallout 4

Conan Plays Fallout 4

(Crude humor, Gore) Conan admires his own body, goes on a killing spree with the Slow Downy Machine and looks for post-nuclear hookups in the latest Clueless Gamer episode. War. War never changes. And by war we mean Fallout‘s graphics.

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