The Strangest Thing That Didn't Happen In Fallout: New Vegas

The Wild Wasteland perk lets you see some bonkers stuff in Fallout, but it never quite matches the absurdity of this New Vegas “easter egg”.

Why You Should Care About Wasteland 2

“There was this one moment in Fallout 3, when I came across a prisoner at some raider camp,” I said. “She was still tied up, but all the raiders were gone. Maybe they were dead or something, I don’t know. The game gave me a choice: I could take her supplies and leave her there, or set her free.”

Looks Like That Fallout 3 World Record's Been Beaten Already

Remember when everyone got excited that someone finished Fallout 3 in 23m55s? That was so June 30, because now there’s a 23m13s run.

Fallout 3 Beaten In Under 24 Minutes, A New World Record

Watch as speedrunner BubblesDelFuego jets across the capital wasteland, all in the name of speed. Bubbles manages to beat the game in an astounding 23:55, beating the previous record of 24:20.

Fan-Made Fallout Laser Rifle Is Every Cosplayer's Dream

For a mere £395 ($670) you can get yourself a life-size laser rifle from Fallout 3. It’s the Wazer Wifle, a unique version of the AER9 rifle, remade using wood and fibreglass by the talented Thomas Hughes.

Fallout 2's First Dungeon Isn't All That Terrible

I’ve wanted to play Fallout 2 for a long time. The reaction I get from people when I say I haven’t played it is much like the reaction you’re probably forming in your head right now: Oh god, you’re missing out, it holds up, do it, etc. The only problem: I kept getting stuck on the first dungeon.

Meet The Man Who Keeps Making Up Fallout 4 Rumours

There’s this interesting Bethesda memo floating around. Maybe you’ve seen it on a fan-run gaming site or your favourite message board. It’s all very exciting.

A Fully Functional Fallout Pip-Boy For Astronauts

Unlike most replicas of the Pip-Boy 3000, the indispensable gadget of Fallout 3 and New Vegas, the one designed by Ashley Hennefer and her team has an actual, working geiger counter, real-time mapping and some other pretty cool sensors, all in glorious post-apocalyptic Fallout style.

Abandoned Shopping Centres Look Like Sad, Empty Video Games

There’s a Facebok group called Dead Mall Enthusiasts. It’s a fascinating collection of photos people have taken of abandoned shopping centres across America. There are all kinds of socioloical reasons why that’s interesting, but what’s really got me is how they look like a video game artist’s portfolio come to life.