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NECA's Master Chief motorcycle helmet is cool, but you might look like a dork in it

4:30 PM on 06.25.2014

Brittany Vincent

Former Associate Editor

Live out your Halo role-playing dreams at long last

After purchasing the Halo 3 Legendary Edition and thinking the replica of Master Chief's helmet would be large enough to fit over my head, you can imagine how disappointed I was when I realized it would only house a copy of the game. NECA has probably taken stock of how many dreams were crushed after making this move, and decided to create a fully-functional motorcycle helmet that you can actually use.

NECA released a prototype model of the Mjolnir Mark-IV helmet for the public to see, but we'll have to wait a while before we see it in color. For now, you can drool over this concept model and think about those bike-riding friends in your life who need a little extra protection. If they're Halo fans, they'll probably thank you. Or think you want to make them look totally uncool. Whichever.

Halo Master Chief Helmet Will Protect You On Motorcycles, Warthogs, And Ghosts [Game Informer]


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