Portal 2's Wheatley fits extremely well as the voice of 343 Guilty Spark in Halo: Combat Evolved. This mashup takes the cake.
BBC News made a bit of a blunder in a newscast about violence in Syria last week, accidentally replacing the logo of the United Nations Security Council with the insignia of another UNSC -- Halo's United Nations Space Command -- in what appears to be a lazy use of Google Image Search.
"BBC News makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all images broadcast, however very occasionally mistakes do happen," the BBC said in a statement. "Unfortunately an incorrect logo was used during a segment on last week's News at One bulletin and we apologise to viewers for the mistake."
To be fair, the two UNSCs are practically the same anyway, except that one is fictional and operates in space. And BBC News is certainly not the first news network to inadvertently add a little science fiction to its reporting via Google Images.
The latest video from the boys at Corridor Digital strings together the best instant kill moves from a handful of games, including Team Fortress 2, Halo and the Mass Effect series.
It's worth watching until the end, because the last man standing may surprise you.
While the official Halo movie is still stuck in Hollywood limbo, Microsoft is throwing fans a bone with a web series due to be released ahead of Halo 4 this fall.
Forward Unto Dawn will be a five-episode weekly series that follows Master Chief as he inspires a young USNC cadet who goes on to play a key role on the Infinity. The new character will also play a big part in the plot of Halo 4.
As far as the possible full-length Halo film, 343 Industries' Matt McCloskey says, "I don't think anybody needs any reminding of (the potential). Everyone keeps reminding us of that."
Halo 4 is due out November 6.
DeviantArtist Cryoprime celebrated last November's release of Halo: Anniversary by creating this Master Chief Helmet -- aka the MjLOLnir Mark V Helmet -- out of recycled Mountain Dew and Monster cans.
He didn't specify whether he consumed the contents of all those cans himself while playing Halo, but we'll just give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he did.
Hopefully he's been drinking a lot more soda since then, because it's less than a year until Halo 4 hits and he'll have a new-look Chief helmet to construct.