Video game themed things from around the Internet…net…net!

Hey everyone! It’s the column that’s dangerous to go alone on the internet without! Now with more guest posters! It’s time for Video Game themed things from around the internet…net…net! with your special guest poster BobbyFJtown filling in for Chachi who is on assignment.

Since Fallout 4 is the biggest thing going in gaming right now, I figured we should have a fallout themed article today!

First Up!

Conan O’Brien continues his epic journey through video games in his latest clueless gamer, this time he’s playing Fallout 4, most of it is Conan just looking for a lady, and admiring his physic, but as usual Conan tackles the game with his true comedic know how.

Next Up!

Fallout 4’s script is so large (how large is it!) It’s so large that Codworth, who is your robot butler in the game can say more than 1,000 names, in the video below they test what can and can’t be said by Codsworth, with sexy results!

and Finally…

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Etsy Artist Lautstarke made a really awesome Fallout 4 Game poster, there are tons of Fallout 4 merch on Etsy but this print really caught my eye, The print can be purchased on Lautstarke’s etsy store for $15.00 a print.

That’s gonna do it for this special Fallout Themed guest posted Video themed things from around the internet…net…net! Back to you Chachi! (next week)

375 NES Paintings

Australian artist Campbell Whyte started out to paint an image of all 799 of the released NES games. For some reason though he stopped at 375. Which he compiled into a youtube video AND put for sale on etsy! These are pretty sweet if you ask me. (Although, I’m a NES fanboy so my opinion is jaded.)

http://www.etsy.com/shop/bethandbell?page=1

if you guys want to get me the Final Fantasy or Mario Bros one that completely cool. *winky face* What do you guys think of the guys artistic interpratation of the games? Do you think he should’ve stuck it out? Let us know the comments below! Also, like and subscribe to the site and tell your friends!

(source: http://kotaku.com)