Halo super stash helps to erase painful erasure
Halo fan gets ultimate Halo package from Bungie

Few game developers love their fans as much as Bungie does. When Xbox 360 owner and Halo fan Nathanial told the Internet community of his wiped memories, Bungie promised to do its best to make things better.

"Our team and the community as a whole is rallying to help fix this unfortunate situation. It’s been awesome to see such an outpouring of sympathy and support from our community," Bungie community director Brian Jarrard said. "We can't replace the exact item that was lost but, but we should come very close."

Bungie didn’t have to do anything, but it did simply because it cares for its community like none other. As detailed once again on Hawty McBloggy, Bungie sent a care package to Nathanial that would include nearly everything a Halo 3 fanatic could possibly want.

Gifted by Bungie were the following:

  • Legendary Edition Helmet signed by most–if not all–of the studio staff
  • Halo 3 Soundtrack (two disc) signed by Marty O’Donnel (with “DO NOT ERASE!” written under his name)
  • Bungie Jacket
  • Bungie T-Shirt
  • Halo 3 Messenger Bag
  • Two Halo 3 Limited Edition Wireless Controllers (one covenant, one human)
  • Halo 3 Faceplate and Skins for Xbox 360
  • Four McFarlane Action Figures (MC, EVA Spartan, Brute Chieftan, Jackal Sniper)
  • Halo Actionclix Preview pack (Target exclusive sticker on the front)
  • Halo Actionclix Game Pack 4
  • Halo 3 Wall Graffix
  • Halo 3: Ghosts of Onyx Novel
  • Halo Graphic Novel
  • Halo 3 Wristband
  • Halo 3 Hackeysack

While the original Xbox 360 artwork that was once on his console is gone forever (explained by a Microsoft marketing manager as a result of a “wash down process” before the consoles are returned to their owners), Nathanial likely has all the Halo swag a fan could ever wish for.

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