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Thursday, 20 September 2007 08:00

Halo 3 on sale in the UK

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Argos jumps the gun

UK retail chain Argos made an online administration error and some of its cutomers could pick up their copy of Halo 3 yesterday. The snafu has since been corrected and if you haven't already gotten your copy, don't expect to be able to pick one up now.

Pro-G. a UK gaming website managed to get their hands on a copy of the highly anticipated game and so did aparently quite a few UK gamers.

There was a rumour that Microsoft would ban people's Xbox Live accounts if they were found playing Halo 3 online, but Microsoft has made a statement saying that this isn't the case.

You can check out some more details about this major screwup over at Pro-G
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