It looks like someone at Fox News has played BioShock Infinite - if a recent logo shown on US telly is anything to go by.
During a recent broadcast about immigration, Fox News displayed a logo, shown below, called "Defending the Homeland".
As Kotaku and others have pointed out, it looks a lot like the BioShock Infinite logo, above - so much so that designer Ken Levine addressed the matter on Twitter, calling it ironic.
Glad to help, Fox. Glad to help. http://t.co/YoeNa06OAc (h/t Scott Duquette)— Ken Levine (@levine) July 1, 2014
It's not the irony of that Fox news thing that bothers me so much. It's the typesetting.— Ken Levine (@levine) July 1, 2014
One of the central themes of BioShock Infinite is immigration. It features the Founders, a political party based on the floating city of Columbia that promotes ultra-nationalism and religious zealotry. The Founders' propaganda posters call for patriots to arm themselves against foreigners and anarchists.
The logo aired during a recent interview on "Fox & Friends" in which Governor Rick Perry invited President Obama to the Texas border to see the "immigration crisis" first hand.
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