video games fallout easter egg shows ninroot from skyrim
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If you've played an Elder Scrolls game, you're probably familiar with the glowing Nirnroot plant, valued for its healing properties. If you're also playing Fallout 4 (who am I kidding, of course you are), you may have stumbled across an "experimental plant" that looks an awful lot like Nirnroot aboard an airship research station. 

I know what you're thinking, "it's just a reused asset," but, consider the notes from the scribe who discovered the plant in the Fallout universe: according to him, the plant emits a light that is a result of bioluminescence, not radiation, and makes him feel stronger when he drinks a tea made from the plant. Could they be the same plant?

It may very well be that these are totally different, but it's fun to speculate about a connection between these two universes.

Via: Just Cause
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Just Cause held a fan competition to create the game's launch trailer, and CoolTwinSkittles' rap trailer won. Just Cause 3 launches December 1, 2015.

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These games kind of fall apart when you think about them. I hope 4 is better!

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This game would have launched at the same time as the film with more characters and a different story. It would have been a first person game with a lot of cooperative game play. The publisher had to shut down the companies that were working on the game due to financial reasons. 

mobile games,gt racing
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Yeah, I don't like free to play, either. While it means better graphics, it means ruined dirt races (I'm legit. This game had those, too).

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