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Submitted by MoreConsole 793d ago | video

BBC News Halo Fail

How’s this for an epic fail? A careless BBC researcher uses the UNSC logo from Halo to represent the UN Security Council.

Here’s a helpful little tip for the BCC: stop using Google Images as a research tool. It’ll get you into all sorts of trouble. (Culture, Halo, Industry, Xbox 360)

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guitarse  +   793d ago
Ahahaha, awesome find!
iamnsuperman  +   793d ago
That is great. Just like (I think) ITV used ARMA footage in a documentary to show an IRA attack thinking it was real footage.
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MoreConsole  +   793d ago
I remember that! Just goes to show how far vido game graphics have come.
FlawlessCowboy  +   793d ago
Could you add my site as an alternate source, please. Seeing as you've used my image.

http://www.littleenglishhal...

Thanks! :)
MoreConsole  +   793d ago
Done!
Cajun Chicken  +   793d ago
Totally hilarious!

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