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AU: WARNING: The end of this video will be very much considered a spoiler for Halo 3. Whether it is or not? It’s complicated (like any good story) and I don’t want to say. And yes, I’ve finished the game (I review games for a newspaper). Trust me, though, this vid will only re-upset those of you who were upset by Brian’s first ‘unbagging’ video. I don’t hate Halo / MS fanboys as much as Brian seems to, so I’m being nice and trying to save you a nasty shock. -SB
The other day, I posted a video showing some cool Halo 3 swag Microsoft sent me as part of the press kit. Despite me putting the word “Incredible” in the headline, people thought my video reflected a lack of appreciation for the gear, and I was called many names for it, and even received a death threat. I had no idea that Halo 3 fans were even more passionate than Apple fans. I realise now my video may have been seen as disrespectful, so I want to apologise here, and give you a second video with more detail of the Halo 3 swag unbagging, although its pretty similar to last week’s, for those who weren’t offended in the first place. Halo 3 fans who I disappointed last week, this video is for you.
Fans of boy wizards, pet owls and precocious English girls won’t be too keen on the Harry Potter Enlightenment Project, a group of British scallywags who have produced a spoilsport T-Shirt that will make children cry and their parents call you every name under the sun. Jump to see Cho (Katie Leung) revealing all. [NSFP version - Not Safe For Potterphiles, spoil-o-rama ahead]
AU: The things I do for you people… posting this was like trying to avoid staring into the sun, but being told it’s part of your job. I’m no Potterphile, but I do want to get through this last one without meeting a nasty spoiler in my online travels. It’s damn hard! -Seamus Byrne
Remember that badass Joker semi we showed you a few days ago? Here’s some video of his ride, but it’s a bit of a spoiler for those who want to be completely surprised when good triumphs over evil, and the Joker destroys Batman in The Dark Night. Oh, and hit the jump for a bonus shot of the carnage.
AU: I’ve bumped all pics and the clip to below the jump for the sake of those particularly sensitive to spoilers. -Seamus Byrne