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#1  Edited By HenryVape
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#2  Edited By HenryVape

Using the search function i could not find any other topics conserning this, so i appologise if missed another topic about this. 
 
Anyway! While watching the Killzone 3 quick look something kept bugging me about the little score indicator, one of the symbols seemed really really familliar to me. And then it suddenly hit me, one of the teamlogos is pretty much  the exact same as the logo of the norwegian postal system! To be more specific the logo of Bring, the postal services international division.  http://www.bring.no/.   
I found this somewhat amusing, since the change of logos was a small controversy with a lot of people questioning the point in using over 300.000 NOK on  changing the logo on all the old vehicles,mailboxes and other stuff. In addition this was a design competition that lasted for two years, and the winning entry has been critized for being a very generic "modern" logo. 
Here is a site with a picture of the old logo compared to the new one that is used only in Norway one: http://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/norway_blows_its_horn.php 
  
This got me to thinking if i could remember any other games were logos or symbols that are almost identical to ones used by real companies or groups show up, and were its clearly not intended to be similar (unless Guerilla games are implying that the Norwegian postal system will become pretty millitaristic in the future offcourse) But i cant seem to remember any, But if you do, Share em!

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i dont know, perhaps it will be good?