Kid-Sized Vault 101 Onesie

Picture Kid-Sized Vault 101 Onesie

yesterday

Get your little Vault Dweller  ready for the post-apocalyptic wasteland now!

Filed Under   kids   fallout   onesie   vault 101

Comic 6 Reasons Why Being a Retail Worker is Like Playing Fallout

By Jacob Andrews and Andrew Bridgman / April 18, 2014

Being a Retail Worker is Like Playing Fallout

 

Being a Retail Worker is Like Playing Fallout

Filed Under   jobs   fallout   retail
Probably the Best Fallout Cosplay We've Ever Seen

Picture Probably the Best Fallout Cosplay We've Ever Seen

April 11, 2014

Hold on to your Mentats.

Article HEY! BEHIND YOU!

By Andrew Bridgman / March 25, 2014

 We already see, Kharjo. We already see.

LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU

via AlexFiasco

 

The beginning of the Capital Wasteland's hottest meme, Bad Luck Gob

LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU

via MrJackoLantin

Filed Under   fallout   pokemon   steam   skyrim   internerd
The Fallout 3 Wolverine Mod

Picture The Fallout 3 Wolverine Mod

February 26, 2014

He's super and a mutant.

Filed Under   fallout   wolverine   mods
Fallout With 1 Intelligence Is Incredible

Video Fallout With 1 Intelligence Is Incredible

February 26, 2014

Nungh?

Filed Under   wtf   fallout

Article New Videogame Phrases and Idioms For Everyday Life

By Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman / February 18, 2014

New Videogame Phrases and Idioms For Everyday Life

 

 

New Videogame Phrases and Idioms For Everyday Life

Filed Under   halo   fallout   pokemon   idioms   mass effect   steam

Comic Fallout Fatherhood

By Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman / January 21, 2014
Fallout Fatherhood

Filed Under   fallout   dads   liam neeson

Article 5 Crazy Fan Theories That Make Total Sense

By Andrew Bridgman / January 8, 2014

 5 Crazy Fan Theories That Make Total Sense

 

1. Vault Boy Isn't Giving a Thumbs Up - He's Checking Whether Or Not He's About To Die

5 Crazy Fan Theories That Make Total Sense

Source: Reddit

The chipper, cheery mascot of the Fallout series has always been Vault Boy, the blonde-haired, bright-smiled lad giving a big thumbs up and a delightful wink, in stark contrast to the horrible post-nuclear war dystopian future the game plops you in. But WHY exactly is he giving you a thumbs up? And is there an explanation for what he's doing that makes more sense than a jokey contrast between retro-optimism vs. current misery? As you can probably tell from the tone of the article so far, there totally is.

Article 7 Things That Still Bother Me About Fallout: New Vegas

By Andrew Bridgman / December 13, 2013

1. The Kings Have No Elvis Music

 

  7 Things That Still Bother Me About Fallout: New Vegas

Listen, I get it: the rights to Elvis' catalogue are expensive. Hell, even a single Elvis tune will run you a pretty penny (actually several million pennies) - pennies that the team at Obsidian couldn't afford. The problem was that Elvis is a huge fixture in the Las Vegas we know today, and is appropriately still being remembered in the far off videogame future depicted in New Vegas through a gang that all dress and speak like Elvis - The Kings. The weird thing is, you never hear any of Elvis' iconic music at any point in the game. Maybe it would have been worth the cash they'd have to dole out so that I wouldn't have to listen to "Johnny Guitar" another goddamn time when hanging out with Elvis impersonators.

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