Speaking of Densha de Go! — and who isn’t these days? — these soda machines are visible as you roll into the train platform in Densha de Go! Special Version—Revived! Showa Yamanote Line for the Nintendo DS.
I choose to interpret this crime scene from Criminal Case as a pro-soda cautionary tale about the dangers of juice bars and fruit smoothies.
Fountain View and Dr Popp, both of which previously appeared in Hitman (2016), are low-key two of my favorite parody video game soda brands.
The vending machine in Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love is initially off limits, but once you gain access, you can purchase a refreshing state-sanctioned Leader Cola! Or a jar of Supreme Leader-approved pickles. Or a snow globe. It’s really up to you.
The drinks dispensed by this vending machine from retro platform brawler Cybarian: The Time Travelling Warrior increase the eponymous chrono-barbarian’s maximum health.
Jurassic World Evolution is a dinosaur theme park business sim, but I’ve gotta think the liability insurance alone would devour all the park’s profits. Recoup some of those losses with this drink machine.
Thanks for the screenshot, Chili Azul!
All aboard! There’s a drink machine on this train platform in Densha de Go! Pocket for the PlayStation Portable.
Sheena and friends bring dating drama — and a nifty soda machine — to your mobile phone in High School Hook Ups.
Refuel and recaffeinate at the BP service station in SimCity Societies!
Meanwhile, the budget hotel model is a little less detailed, but I’m pretty sure that’s a soda machine behind the building.
I wasn’t expecting to meet a friendly haunted vending machine when I set out to explore a mysterious space station in The Starlit Escape.
You’re an adorable robot who lives inside a vending machine in Vendo. Keep the machine stocked with drinks and snacks to survive!
Take on the role of a heavily modified vending machine of “great destruction” and use cans and coins to eliminate your enemies in Hydrate and Annihilate!
Thrive. Succeed. Be Rich.
Rose of Starcross is a turn-based RPG featuring vending machines that dispense DC Cola for a whopping $18 a can!
As noted in the previous entry, it is a widely accepted fact that potions are fantasy sodas. To that end, this Dwarvending machine from I’m Just Popping Down the Dungeon, Does Anybody Want Anything? offers a selection of salves and elixirs for weary adventurers.
Since its launch, The Video Game Soda Machine Project has operated on a few simple rules. Rule #1: Collect video game soda machines. Rule #2: Potions are fantasy sodas. In turn, Gremlins Brew casts players as tiny sprites living inside a potion vending machine.