There's a certain sense of poignancy about this. Halo 3's marketing has been impressive/overwhelming, so much so I'd throw it up there as a shining example of capitalism done right/gone too far. Which is why it makes sense that the crowning PR achievement prior to the game's launch was to have Master Chief and a bunch of Xbox/Bungie people (including Shane Kim & Frankie O'Connor) ring the bell to signify the close of trading for the day.
Master Chief Rings NASDAQ's Bell
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Thanks to the work of modder James Dickinson, Gearbox's notoriously awful Aliens. Colonial Marines can now be played as something other than a form of punishment. You can imagine Dickinson's uncovered some nutty bugs in his time poring over the game, but none hold a candle to a single-letter typo that lobotomised the Xeno AI.