Fallout 4 and Pixel Art Homages to Retro Gaming

Fallout 4 has been so well received that Pornhub claims they noticed a significant drop in traffic the day it came out. This shouldn’t surprise anybody who’s been paying any attention; Fallout 4 has some great storylines, some amazing characters, and creative tools that allow players to do all sorts of settlement building.

Then there’s the people who do things like this:

Mega Man in Fallout 4

A friend of mine made that, which might be the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen. I asked him his overall opinion on Fallout 4, to which he said the following:

“Rescuing my kidnapped son and avenging my dead husband can seriously wait until I have built a giant Samus Aran that gives you the thumbs up as you enter town.”

And no, he wasn’t joking.

Fallout 4 Samus

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  • Josh Wirtanen

    This is probably going to get me to put down Star Wars Battlefront long enough to figure out how to make lightbox pixel art in Fallout 4.

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