You better believe Grand Theft Auto V has soda machines!
Soda machine as implement of death in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Anna: “Are you sure you pressed the right button?”
Gunther: “I do not make mistakes of that kind.”
Anna: “Your hand might have slipped.”
Gunther: “No. I wanted orange. It gave me lemon-lime.”
Anna: “The machine would not make a mistake…”
Gunther: “It’s the maintenance man. He knows I like orange.”
Anna: “So you think the staff has some kind of plot…”
Gunther: “Yes. They do it on purpose.”
It’s also worth noting that Deus Ex was brilliantly marketed with its soda machines front and center in print advertisements…
Alpha Protocol has soda machines. Just sayin’.
Niobe pauses in front of a Powerade machine in the GameCube version of Enter the Matrix. Hey, I wonder if consuming electrolyte-laden sports drinks in the virtual world of the Matrix causes humans to produce more energy for the machines in the real world. Thanks, @MatWBT!
Robo Cola and Thirsty Burst!
Sierra Petrovita, curator of the Nuka-Cola Museum in Girdershade, is the patron saint of the Video Game Soda Machine Project. Here’s a better look at the rest of the museum.
Finally, click through to view concept art of the Nuka-Cola machine from Fallout 3 by Adam Adamowicz. Read more
Grog is great and all, but have you tried New Grog?
Poor Grog machine.
The Grog machine from The Secret of Monkey Island is iconic. The image above is from the VGA version. Here’s the 16-color EGA release…
Followed by the Amiga version…
And, finally, here’s the Grog machine as it appears in the Atari ST version of The Secret of Monkey Island.
I don’t know which is the better slogan: “Slobber it down!” or “13 stimulants in every bottle!” Oh, wait…it’s definitely “Slobber it down!” Oh, and check out the selection…