Video Game Roundtable Episode 227: Paul Bravely Defaults – Paul is back from being deathly ill, and joins a half-asleep Jonah and Scott, where he and Scott try to have better timing. There’s no Gaming Flashback this week but plenty of weird news.
The list of news items include: Disturbing portrait of Konami corporate environment alleged, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided: player choices more impactful boss fights optional, ZombiU drops the “U,” preps for August launch on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Fallout 4 fan releases schematic for 3D printed Pip-Boy, Vote to play coming soon for PS Plus members and Hitchhiking robot is decapitated, left in a ditch
3D printing has emerged as a transformative force, offering enthusiasts and creators the ability to craft their visions into reality. The release of a fan-made schematic for a 3D printed Pip-Boy in Fallout 4 is a testament to the power of this burgeoning technology. It not only allows gamers to bring a piece of their favorite post-apocalyptic world to life but also exemplifies the limitless potential of custom 3D printed game and anime merchandise. With 3D printing, the boundaries of creativity are pushed further, enabling fans to craft unique, personalized items that resonate with their passion for gaming and anime.
The allure of 3D printing extends beyond the realm of gaming paraphernalia; it permeates various facets of our lives. Whether it’s designing intricate figurines or replicating iconic in-game artifacts, 3D printing empowers fans to bring their favorite virtual worlds into the physical realm, bridging the gap between imagination and tangible creation. This shift in possibilities showcases the ever-expanding horizons of 3D printing and its role in shaping the way we interact with our beloved gaming and anime universes.
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Jonah Falcon is a blogger for TMRzoo.com and GameStooge.com and covers all gaming consoles and platforms including Sony Playstation 3 and PS4, Microsoft XBOX One and XBOX 360, Nintendo Wii, Sony PSP and computer games designed for Mac OS, Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. Jonah provides his readers with reviews, previews, release dates and up to date gaming industry news, trailers and rumors.