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Luxor of Halo Vault is already on the scene and watching Bungie set up their booth. Here's part of the report, C&Ped from his site:

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E3 is going to be rather exciting this year, with a good number of Bungiefen defying the trade-only nature of the event and planning to make an appearance. And of course, people will be bringing their cameras and shooting everything in sight (you know what I mean), so we figured we'd have a bit of fun this year and organize a little photo contest.

If you're bringing your camera with you this year and are keen on scoring a t-shirt, then the contest rules are as follows:

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Still enigmatic, but a step up from ???? , the mystery link at Bungie.org has changed to a slightly more suggestive ?B? , which still doesn't link to anything... yet. Should be interesting to see what they eventually come up with, since their sites already cover most of Bungie's games.

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If you haven't yet, you need to go check out io.bungie.net, the new b.net website in beta testing. Max, aka Yeroen, posted an interesting item on yesterday's news:

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A mysterious visitor in our forum, MoBill, dropped a note in our forum about an E3 Preview at Daily Radar. It includes the following information on Halo:

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As posted at Marathon's Story, Millenium Mac Games is running a poll asking which was the best Bungie game ever made. And with the push from the Marathon addicts among us, Marathon 2 is in the lead with... 3 votes? Chimera is only two votes away... hee hee.

Cast your vote, folks, and flesh this thing out a wee bit. Never hurts to crush a poll every now and then, even if all of the options are equally righteous (okay, except possibly Weekend Warrior ;).

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Seen first at Marathon's Story was a teaser from Bungie.Net:

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Bungiefen attending the Mac World Expo in New York this coming July are going to have a special treat. Here's the huge PR we received from Freewill:

You may remember me as the organizer of the Bungie/Myth Fan Gatherings. They were a blast! If you attended, I applaud you because it would not have been a success without your participation.

However, I've always felt that one very important key ingredient was missing:

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