Regarding the comment about Nuka-Cola machines restocking, I always assumed that the reason that machine restocked, had any Nuka left in them at all when they're e.g. in populated areas in Fallout 3, and still have working lights is that they're not just dispensers but are actually fabricators powered by self-contained nuclear generators, slowly making water condensed out of the air into new Nuka. No real explanation of where they'd get the glass for the bottles, and possibly unclear why there'd be a bottling plant (maybe for distribution to supermarkets and such where it'd be impractical to site enough machines to keep up with demand), but it's the only thing I can come up with that makes any sense given the facts observable. —Chaos5023 19:43, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Or just restocked by charitable settlers? at least empty bottles would be.--126.96.36.199 19:49, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Except Nuka Cola is made with more than just water. There are a ton of ingredients involved. Maybe the developers were simply willing to overlook th matter of restocking in order to help gameplay.
Nuka Cola Quantum in New Vegas Edit
Ok - I've read the article that says it was set up to be in the game, but it is *not* in the game. I don't think the Fallout New Vegas logo should be next to the Nuka Cola Quantum image, should it? I've removed it, but someone keeps putting it back.Chadwsmith 05:10, December 16, 2010 (UTC)
What drink is it Edit
- It's an advertisement for Nuka-Cola, so I think it's Sunset Sarsaparilla. --Kastera (talk) 00:46, October 5, 2012 (UTC)
Nuka-Cola Actually For Sale! Edit
In the real world, you can actually buy Nuka-Cola from a European group that makes, sells, and ships the stuff themselves. Not only that but if you collect the caps you can buy products in there store, they won't accept any other kind of payment but caps. The question is, should they be credited on the page for making the product?
Here's a link to the home page.
I personally think they should be credited sense (from the reviews that I could find on it) they actually make a really good drink.
Some of the links on the righthand, section "Fallout 4" link to articles of Nuka Cola specifically for New Vegas. Nuka Cola Quartz and Nuka Cola Victory for example. Either these articles will need to be edited so they're apropriate to span all the Fallout games instead of being NV specific, or these links need to be fixed and F4 specific Nuka Cola pages would need to be created? Also some are listed twice, under Fallout 4 and then under Nuka World again. Since the other games don't have seperate sections for their add ons, I'm not convinced Nuka World should have a section of it's own but rather should just be listed in Fallout 4 as a whole. Litheen (talk) 15:35, September 6, 2016 (UTC)
Edit: I've removed the faulty New Vegas links that were listed under F4, removed the Nuka World as a seperate section and merged with the Fallout 4 section. Litheen (talk) 15:47, September 6, 2016 (UTC)
What is the source of the list of ingredients on this page? In Fallout 4 (specifically, in the World of Refreshment ride in Nuka-World) it specifically says that the drink contains "120% of the recommended daily value of sugar"
I figured I'd leave this here just to correct my earlier edit summary, because Nuka-Kiwi actually is the correct answer to that question in the Pioneer Scout exam. However, I still don't think it can be verified as a real drink because of the way the question is phrased: "Lucas is trying to collect all of the Nuka-Cola flavors. Which flavor is he not likely to find?" This makes it sound like he can't find it because it doesn't exist, since all the other flavors have appeared in the series, but not Nuka-Kiwi. AllYourFavorites! (talk) 00:19, March 27, 2020 (UTC)