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Celebrate That Triple Kill With Halo 3 Screenshot Art

by Alisha K.

If you have a moment in Halo 3 you’re particularly proud of, you can savor the video and even force everyone you know to watch it. But maybe that’s not enough for you. Maybe you need your deeds commemorated with the beauty and flair they deserve. You need to be captured in art. And now? You can be.

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Or, if you prefer, you can hang up art of someone else’s exploits. The sky is the limit! Or rather, your Xbox 360’s capacity for pictures, and the depth of your wallet. Those are the limits.

With the help of HaloScreenshots.com, your finest moments will be touched up, glammed up, glitzed up, and even put on canvas if that’s what you want.


Don’t expect these to be cheap, though. Small unframed paper prints start at $16.99 — not too bad — but anything beyond that, and the price really begins to rise. Just how much do you love Master Chief?

[HaloScreenshots.com via Wonderland]

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