Automotive mechanic Dave Love was sick one day, so he decided to make himself feel better by building an awesome Lego Pip-Boy like the ones from the Fallout video game series.
Unable to snag one of Bethesda's official limited-editionPip-Boy accessories? Dave Love's DIY Lego Pip-Boy is a fully functional wearable that lets you navigate the Commonwealth in style.
GameSpot's Danny O'Dwyer and Alexa Ray Correia crack open the Pip-Boy edition of Fallout 4.
We dig into the massive Pip-Boy edition of Fallout 4, and strap on our very own post-apocalyptic wrist computer.
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A 3D-printed prototype wearable designed for astronauts takes its inspiration directly from the screens of the Fallout series.
Our sister site GameSpot takes a look at the custom Fallout 4 Xbox One controller and the usable Pip Boy Edition, and asks if Fallout fanboys like Danny O'Dwyer have wasted their money or not.
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