It’s not every day that you find a vending machine like this one from Game & Wario for the Wii U that sells sodas and moai statues. Thanks for the screenshot, Duncan!
Speaking of moai, everyone should check out moai.games, a collection of screenshots featuring moai from video games. It’s like The Video Game Soda Machine Project, only with stone monoliths!
These nondescript vending machines welcome players to Leipzig — or Hypezig, as Wikipedia assures me it’s also known — in Train Sim World. Thanks for the screenshot, Jackalope!
These soda machines appear in Kindergarten 2, the bloody sequel to Kindergarten. Wait, I thought first grade was the sequel to kindergarten.
Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory is an RPG set in a utopian future where everything is exactly as it seems. Well, everything except the almost-certainly-evil AI known as Friend Computer and the looming threat of a Vending Machine Liberation Front uprising.
Gameplay screenshot via Rock Paper Shotgun.
These soda machines from superhero brawler UNDEFEATED are stock Unity Store assets, but that’s apropos for a game that basically stars Connor “Don’t Call Me Superboy!” Kent with his t-shirt turned inside out.
Careful, space cowboy — you don’t want to get addicted to Narco Cola in Rebel Galaxy Outlaw. Thanks for the heads-up on this one, Dan!
They added a bunch of entirely new Perk-a-Cola machines to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and nobody told me?!
I was flipping through a French gaming magazine from 2001 earlier today, and I thought I spotted a soda machine in the background of a tiny Tekken 4 screenshot. I loaded up the game, and what do you know?
This vending machine from danganronp-’em-up Your Turn To Die (Kimi ga Shine) claims to sell bottles of soda for 1000 yen, but it ends up dispensing a creepy doll arm instead.
Detective Conan is chasing truth, justice, and soda machines in Case Closed Runner: Race to the Truth!
The Value-Rep vending machine from System Shock 2 is already archived at The Video Game Soda Machine Project, but I neglected to include this alternate version from the game’s virtual reality tutorial level.
Our World Is Ended. explores an augmented reality apocalypse in the streets of Asakusa, complete with dilapidated underground shopping centers and well-stocked soda machines. Thanks for the submission, SalarymanDaishi!
If you’re already skipping class to fight zombies in Dead or School, why not treat yourself to a refreshing soda while you’re at it?
Shift into refreshment with these soda machines from mobile drag bike racer Rival Wheels! [Source]