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SR Pick: If Disney Princesses Were Fallout 4 Characters

Raider Jasmine and Jet Head Alice

The next installment in Bethesda's beloved post-apocalyptic RPG franchise, Fallout 4, will be released on Tuesday, November 10, with the game's reviews appearing the day prior. The game is expected to be yet another genre-defining release in the popular and unique series, and last week the PR machine ramped things way up -- both officially and unofficially.

Following the release of leaked gameplay videos, Bethesda announced a fun cross-promotion with Fallout-themed vehicles for Forza Motosport 6, and the game's launch trailer showcases key portions of the game's narrative, action and overall tone. All this in tandem with a new Fallout 4 Pip-Boy app which lets the player build their own character prior to the game's release.

Now, DeviantArt user Petarsaur (via Destructoid) gives us a mash-up we never knew we wanted: a series of famous Disney princesses revamped as characters within the Fallout universe. Given the hyper-realistic style of the Fallout games and their retro-futurist look, porting these iconic characters into that world works better than we could have expected.

Take a look below:

Vault Dweller Snow by Petersaur
Vault Dweller Snow by Petersaur
Brotherhood Scribe Ariel by Petersaur
Brotherhood Scribe Ariel by Petersaur
Jet Junkie Alice by Petersaur
Jet Junkie Alice by Petersaur
Merc Adventurer Rapunzel by Petersaur
Merc Adventurer Rapunzel by Petersaur
SPECIAL Belle by Petersaur
SPECIAL Belle by Petersaur
Raider Princes Jasmine by Petersaur
Raider Princes Jasmine by Petersaur
Mulan vs Cinderella by Petersaur
Mulan vs Cinderella by Petersaur

Each princess takes on a different aspect of the characters and factions one meets across the Fallout wasteland. Snow White is a Vault Dweller flanked by a friendly Disney dog on one side... and a mole rat on the other; The Little Mermaid's Ariel is a scribe with the Brotherhood of Steel faction; Alice has tragically gone through the looking glass and succumbed to the wasteland's horrid amphetamine jet; As a merc adventurer, Rapunzel is about to obliterate a bloatfly with a frying pan (courtesy of V.A.T.S. -- the Vault Assisted Targeting System); Belle from Beauty and the Beast ups her S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats with the help of the game world's magazines and books, followed by what appears to be Gaston as a super-mutant (she's currently reading Grognak the Barbarian); Jasmine from Aladdin is a raider huntress holding the head of a Deathclaw; Mulan and Cinderella battle each other while decked out in power armor.

The Fallout games are set in the generations-later aftermath of a nuclear war, but in what seems to be a parallel reality where the fashion, architecture and design of 1950's America carried over well into the 21st century. The Disney characters featured here fit into that sensibility -- and are presented somewhat in character -- or at least fitting their movies' theme (poor Alice).

Fallout 4 releases on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 10, 2015.

Source: Petarsaur

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