This Fallout Vault Boy Figure Is A Whole Mood

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Good Smile Company’s newly announced Nendoroid Vault Boy action figure includes four different faces and several arm and leg pieces for Fallout’s famous mascot. Seems like a waste to me. They had me at angry middle finger.

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Just look at that face. The brow. The frown. The entire posture just screams sass.

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I am not even that big of a Fallout player, but I must have him. I shall stand him facing Optimus Prime on my work desk, his diminutive form defying the leader of the Autobots in perpetuity.

As I mentioned earlier, there are three other faces available, in case annoyed defiance isn’t your bag. There’s also car salesman, vacant happiness, and my second-favorite, chewing on a leg. Or arm.

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The new Vault Boy Nendoroid is available for preorder now through October 10 on Good Smile’s website for around $50, with a planned release in March of next year. After that, you’ll probably be able to find him in that weird video game collectible section of Target.

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In closing, wheeeeeeee.

Kotaku elder, lover of video games, keyboards, toys, snacks, and other unsavory things.

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Christian B. Christiansen

Reminds me of Todd after someone in the audience asked “You mentioned failures before. What’s the actual biggest failure that you’ve gone through to get to where you are?” and he sat there for a solid minute just thinking “This fucker..”