Longtime followers of The Video Game Soda Machine Project already know there are no soda machines in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, but there are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and soda machines in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5, and that’s good enough for me!
Master Splinter, will we ever find a soda machine in an actual Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game?
This plunked-down-out-of-nowhere vending machine has cans of soda on display, but it apparently doesn’t dispense anything. What kind of sick game are you playing, Digimon Links?
I’m crying tears of joy after discovering this soda machine in Tokimeki Memorial 2: Substories – Dancing Summer Vacation for the PlayStation 1. [Source]
Download a soda from these futuristic vending machines in Hardcoded, an open world cyberpunk dating sim. Thanks for the screenshots, Cornelius!
This dilapidated soda machine is from FilthBreed, an indie horror game and the name of my late-1990s nu metal band. Thanks for the screenshot, RobBoberty!
Sport Is What You Make It® thanks to this Powerade machine from Tony Hawk’s Project 8. The screenshot above is from the PlayStation 2 release. Here’s the same vending machine in the PlayStation Portable version.
I found out about this vending machine when I was flipping through an old issue of Official Xbox Magazine and the image below caught my eye.
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory originally featured product placement in the form of Diet Sprite vending machines. Later versions of the game (presumably released after contracts expired) replaced these Diet Sprite machines with the generic models already archived here at The Video Game Soda Machine Project.
Sora snaps a selfie with a positively delightful snack and drink vending machine from Kingdom Hearts III! This game clearly holds the key(blade) to my heart. [Source]
Welcome to post-apocalyptic Ukraine and the not-so-distant future of 1985. Sure, the place is crawling with flesh-eating zombies, but at least some of the soda machines are still intact.
Most games aren’t willing to tackle pressing concerns like the humanization of the workforce, but Stranger Cases doesn’t shy away from social commentary. In fact, the game puts a human — well, robot — face on labor issues with this out-of-work bot and his vending machine wife.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 just launched its private beta, and CoryBR has already tracked down these Lix Cola machines! Meanwhile, GunpowerdnBoom stumbled across this busted soda machine…
Someone at Ubisoft should repair that before the game goes live.
You’re a peculiar passenger touring Tokyo from the backseat of a taxi in Bird of Passage. Be sure to ask the driver to stop so you can hop our and inspect the local soda machines. Thanks for the screenshot, Cornelius!
These vending machines really put the “can” in Nancy Drew: Secrets Can Kill. This screenshot is from the original 1998 release. The remastered soda machines from the 2010 remake are already in the archive. Thanks for the screenshot, tjladuke5!
Crack open this Peanut Howler soda machine in mobile adventure Thickety Creek, and access the refreshing selection of Kola, Ginger Ale, and Cream Soda stashed inside.
Just for fun, here’s a screenshot of a bottle cap collection from elsewhere in the game…