LEGO enthusiast Nick Brick made this formidable life-size replica of the M41 SPNKR, one of the classic weapons from the Halo franchise. Just look at it. You don’t even need to know a thing about Halo to love it.
Redditor UpgradeTech has a growing collection of video game vinyl records, and is a fan of Art Deco style. So they thought they’d store their collection in an appropriate container: the bin from Bioshock‘s Rapture Records.
LEGO weaponsmith MyDifferentUserName made a life-size replica of the KRM-262, the powerful futuristic shotgun from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. It’s moving parts will one-hit kill you with their awesomeness.
The replica has a folding stock, a pumpable hand grip and plates that move outward to make way for the barrel, which has room for a (LEGO) shell.
Prop shop Show and Tell Props announced itself with a bang, debuting with a beautiful 1:1 scale replica of The Last Minute, the unique gauss rifle from Fallout 4.
In their The RPF thread, Show and Tell Props said the replica is completely hand tooled, with the base parts made out of MDF and oak.
Commander, TriForce has retrieved a weapon that could turn the tide of battle into your bank’s favor. It’s a full-scale replica of the Beam Pistol, the best secondary weapon for XCOM 2‘s Sharpshooter class.
The replica measures 12.3″ long and weighs 7lb.
When Jelssin needs to feel big and strong, he can reach for Juggernog tonight. Or any night. The PS4 owner and Call of Duty fan recently won a real-life replica of the Juggernog refrigerator from CoD’s Zombies mode, courtesy of Super-Gamer Builds.
Well now I’m sad that I used the lighter pun on the tiny LEGO BB-8. LEGO certified builders Bright Bricks built this awesome life-size model of BB-8 for the UK premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Thanks to Daniel Lilygreen, we don’t have to wait for a nuclear war to break out to craft part of a Power Armor. He designed a 3D printable, life-size and wearable T-45d helmet, and he’s sharing his files for free.
After the First Order stormtrooper – formtrooper? – and Kylo Ren, it’s Captain Phasma’s turn to have her helmet turned into an officially licensed life-size prop. Like the other helmets, Anovos made this one based on files and props used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Compared to other fictional weapons, the sword used by Attack on Titan‘s heroes isn’t that hard to replicate. But if you want to go straight to slashing with the Survey Corps, you can’t go wrong with ThinkGeek’s officially licensed replica.
If the First Order stormtrooper’s duck-faced helmet isn’t your thing, perhaps Anovos can tempt you to part with your cash in exchange for the worn down mask of the mysterious Kylo Ren. Imagine if he turned out to be Adam Sackler.
High end prop shop Anovos is now taking discounted pre-orders for an official 1:1 replica of the First Order Stormtrooper’s helmet. The replica is made of injection-molded plastic and is based on “the digital files used in the production” of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
We’ve seen a full T-800 skeleton made out of LEGO. YouTuber Kaled Souky aka jaled79 proves that you can also make a decent Terminator animatronic out of balsa wood and cardboard too.
This isn’t just any motionless statue either.
Beat SkyNet at their own game by getting your very own Terminator. Model T-850 to be precise; already battle damaged, so you won’t be surprised when it get’s a bit beat up during its first trip into the future, the past or wherever, to fight other Terminators.
Thanks to Capcom you won’t have to sneak into Storm Eagle’s stage to upgrade your headgear. Its upcoming life-size Mega Man helmet is made of ABS plastic, has light up parts and has a “unique clamshell hinge” that lets the front and back halves split open to make the helmet easier to wear.