Sure, the items for sale in post-apocalyptic Game Store GameRaveTV built in Fallout 4 are a little different, but the vibe is exactly the same.
The doors open to clearance toys, just as they do in most real-world Game Store locations these days. Toys-to-life games on the right, along with some random board game stuff. Strategy guides, exclusive comic books and calls to preorder upcoming games abound. There are no employees present, but that doesn’t detract from the experience.
GameStore was created in the PlayStation 4 version of Fallout 4 using nothing but the DLC currently available. It can only get better once console mods launch in the next couple of months.