WWE Brawl, a cartoony wrestling game under development at THQ, was canceled way back in 2011. Fortunately, WWE released some “lost” gameplay footage in 2016 and, lo and behold, there’s a soda machine in the background! You can spot another soda machine in the game’s trailer below.
Check out this soda machine from Dead Matter, an upcoming “rogue-lite” zombie apocalypse sandbox survival game. For what it’s worth, Teeth Poison is officially in the running for my favorite video game soda brand of all time. Here’s another soda machine from the game’s trailer…
Haunted Halls: Revenge of Doctor Blackmore describes itself as “mind-bending journey into the realm of the weird.” Specifically, prepare to have your mind bent during a layover in the realm of Chernobyl, where the player encounters this weird soda machine.
This scene from Escape the Museum requires the player to pour a can of soda on a live fuse box to unlock a security door. That hardly seems safe.
Trick out your garage with soda and coffee machines in Gear Club Unlimited for the Nintendo Switch [Source]
Beeswing is a hand-drawn RPG set in rural Scotland. This scene references a character purchasing a chocolate bar from the vending machine, but a closer look reveals a few bottles on the shelves amongst the candy.
Pixel People need pixel pop, so it’s a good thing there’s a pair of soda machines outside the pharmacy in this mobile city-building sim.
Well, lookie what we have here, boys: a coupla Hickola pop machines from Redneck Rampage: Suckin’ Grits on Route 66.
Evil clown Violent J prepares to dive off a soda machine and onto hard partying enthusiast Andrew W.K. in Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood for the PS2!
This is a decent soda machine from a really bad Game Boy Color game based on an even worse movie—namely, Adam Sandler’s Little Nicky.
It’s a soda machine from Dirty Harry on the NES! I know what you’re thinking: “Did he drink six sodas or only five?” Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I’ve kinda lost track myself. You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Do I feel thirsty?” Well, do ya, punk?
Why go through all the hassle of breaking out of prison in Fugitive, a 1996 puzzle game for Windows, when you have awesome amenities like a soda machine on the inside?
Series developer Game Freak included their own offices in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon, and hey—there’s a soda machine!
Sorry, random Pokémon Sun and Moon NPC, but the only souvenir I’m interested in is a refreshing soda pop!
It’s a little difficult to make out the brand name, but that’s definitely a cola machine in Software Tycoon: Der Spielemanager, a 2001 management game for Windows.