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Fallout 3 Vault Boy Bobbleheads: S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Collectibles

by Lambert Varias
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Bethesda has released replicas of some of the Vault Boy Bobbleheads that you can collect in Fallout 3. Fortunately you won’t have to look far and wide for the figurines. Unfortunately they won’t increase your stats. You’ll just have to find another way to be better at Energy Weapons.

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Each figurine stands 5″ tall including the base and is made of PVC.

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Count your bottle caps and head to ThinkGeek or the official Bethesda store to get the figurines. They cost $15 (USD) each or $80 for all seven.

[via Gamefreaks]

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