Fallout 76

Fallout 76

Bethesda has offered us glimpses of Fallout 76’s upcoming player-operated vending machines in the past, but this new screenshot confirms that a miniature Nuka-Cola machine is definitely part of the setup. Here’s a closer look…

Fallout 76

Even better, it’s available in multiple colors!

Fallout 76

Fallout 76

Fallout 76

Fallout 76

Finally, Bethesda heard I liked vending machines, so they slapped an image of a vending machine on this vending machine. Anyway, the instructions posted on the new legendary exchange machine from Fallout 76 include this Nuka-Cola machine sticker…

Fallout 76

Days Gone

Days Gone

A few days ago on Twitter, I channeled the one and only J. Jonah Jameson to demand that someone BRING ME PICTURES! PICTURES OF A SODA MACHINE FROM DAYS GONE! Well, GunpowdernBoom rose to the challenge and captured this Peak Lightning machine from the survival horror bike-’em-up.

Ghostpol

Ghostpol

You’re a spectral cop on the beat in Ghostpol, bringing all the post-existential crime-solving angst of Murdered: Soul Suspect to the cutesy isometric mobile game genre. Not only does it feature soda machines, but there’s also a soda machine minigame.

Ghostpol

Thanks for the screenshots, Tikhon!

High School Escape

High School Escape

I’m not well-versed in the business of soda machines (I’m more of a soda machine theorist), but it seems like requiring potential customers to crack codes and solve elaborate puzzles just to purchase a drink might hurt profits. Maybe High School Escape knows something I don’t.

Burning Daylight

Burning Daylight

Burning Daylight is a fascinating adventure game where the protagonist wakes up naked in a slaughterhouse, escapes, and goes on to explore a dystopian cyberpunk city. How do you know it’s dystopian? Well, for one thing, you can’t interact with the Nutri-Cola machines.

Burning Daylight  Burning Daylight

Burning Daylight

Lethal Weapon

Lethal Weapon

Contrary to Detective Murtaugh’s well-worn catchphrase, I believe that you’re never too old to appreciate the sleek stylings of an 8-bit soda machine, like this one from Lethal Weapon for the NES.

With this entry, The Video Game Soda Machine Project has officially collected 3,000 virtual soda machines. Thanks to everyone who has supported the site over the past two and a half years!