Normally, when you see a YouTube rap based on a piece of geek culture, you know it’s going to be awful. Probably better than a local Mitsubishi dealer rap, but not by much. There’s usually no flow, the most boring and predictable rhymes in the world, a beat that sounds like it was rejected from a MC Hammer album in the ’80s, and that awful breathlessness that comes with attempting to rap without having any practice at all.
This Fallout 3 PC case mod is ridiculously authentic looking. I mean sure, it’s not as portable as a Pip-Boy 3000, but still – it’s a pretty beautiful piece of nerd created gear in honor of a fantastic game.
If you aren’t familiar with the Terrible Shotgun, it has the second highest damage of all the weapons in the Small Guns category in Fallout 3. It also has a larger spread than normal shotguns. It is most effective in close-quarters.
Here’s another mod that makes me wish I had a decent gaming PC. Admittedly I discovered this a bit late, but it’s just too silly not to share. YouTuber darthgir2 rounded up some of the Pokémon and dropped them into the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout.
I honestly can’t remember the amount of hours that I’ve spent playing Fallout 3. It’s one of those Bethesda Software games that you can play for hundreds of hours, if not more. Naturally, there are Fallout fans everywhere, and Josh Jay created this amazing looking Fallout 3 Brotherhood of Steel helmet replica as a tribute to the game.
What can you say about someone who spends his free time making make-believe weapons from a video game? I don’t know, but I have to say that these Fallout 3 weapon replicas look like they were well worth the time.
With all the attention Borderlands is getting, I feel it’s important to remember that other futuristic game with important vaults: Fallout 3. And what better way to remember anything than with LEGO?
And, of course, the best thing to immortalize in brick from from Fallout 3?
In Fallout 3, the AER9 Laser Rifle is a military-grade energy weapon commonly used by Brotherhood of Steel and Enclave troops.
In real life, the AER9 Laser Rifle is a whole mess of wood cobbled together ingeniously by Volpin Props’ Harrison Krix, who was commissioned to build the replica by a close friend looking to attend some convention dressed as the Vault Dweller/Lone Wanderer.
Did that Nuka Cola vending machine we just posted get you thinking about Fallout 3? Then you’re in luck, because there’s fresh new DLC, but with it, a bit of bad news for the faithful: Mothership Zeta is the last of the Fallout DLC packs.