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Greg’s Cheers to Gaming: Falldown Forever

/ Nov 24th, 2015 No Comments

Fallout Drinking Game

Throughout time, man has pondered ways to make videogames more enjoyable. Like most things, alcohol was the answer. Greg’s Cheers to Gaming is a series of pieces in which editor Greg Johnson combines gaming with alcohol to make an even more interesting game.

Fallout 4 recently released, and gamers have already begun spending hours in a post-apocalyptic Boston. Fallout 4 features a rich open world that allows for seemingly infinite number of ways to explore the game. But outside of the virtual wasteland is a unique opportunity to explore the game in a not-so-sober state. Fallout 4 is the name of the video game, but add some alcohol and you have Falldown Forever.

Welcome Back Vault Dweller

The Fallout series has always been set after a nuclear apocalypse, and Fallout 4 is no exception. Set a couple hundred years after the collapse of mankind, a cryogenically frozen survivor embarks on a journey to find his missing child. Along the way, this survivor will encounter various obstacles, including being constantly subjected to radiation.
 

Fallout 4

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Enemy attacks and even the basic consumption of food and water could result in radiation poisoning. Various medical supplies throughout the wasteland aid in quelling its effects, but avoiding radiation is essentially impossible. That is why radiation plays the most important role in this Fallout drinking game. But before you begin play, you need to serve up some post-apocalyptic spirits.

The Water Isn’t Clean

Before you leave the vault for your Fallout drinking game, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with a few Fallout-inspired drink recipes. Be sure to have the necessary ingredients handy before you turn on the game:

The Purified Drinking Water

  • Put ice cubes to rim of glass
  • Fill glass with vodka (the cheaper the better)
  • Add splash of water
  • Begin drinking as ice melts
  • Nuka Cola

  • ¾ Coca Cola or similar cola
  • ¼ tequila
  • Add a glow-in-the-dark gummy worm
  • War

  • Whiskey
  • Gin
  • Orange soda
  • Always vary the amounts because War always changes.
  • Ice, if desired
  • If you really want to get into the Fallout spirit, pair your drinks with some canned foods and wheat-based products to help soak up the alcohol. Don’t worry; no serving up dogmeat for dinner.

    Down But Not Out

    Falldown Forever has simple rules, which is necessary considering the amount of focus players will need to be successful in Fallout 4. Players drink every time their in-game character is exposed to any sort of radiation, whether via attack or consumption. If you’re playing with the Endurance perks to minimize radiation, you drink every time your character eats food or drinks water.
     

    Fallout 4

    You ever get so drunk you think your dog is a person?

    The only additional drinking rules revolve around the game’s moral choices. Every time you follow the evil path, take two drinks; take one drink every time you may the not-so-evil decision, but add a splash of extra liquor to your drink with each good choice.

    Goodbye to the Wasted Land

    As always, remember to drink safely and plan ahead of time. Although Fallout 4 is a single-player experience, it’s wise to make this Fallout-inspired drinking game into a social multiplayer game. Take turns switching over the remote to a friend so you don’t wind up being the only drunk person in the post-apocalypse. However, radiation is everywhere after nuclear missiles have landed, so make sure any fellow vault dwellers have secured a plan to arrive home safely.

     

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    Greg Johnson

    Greg Johnson

    Associate Editor at Gaming Illustrated
    Greg is a Nintendo fanboy who would cry if they ever went third party. He writes news, previews and reviews at Gaming Illustrated.
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