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Two weeks until the Xbox 360 Roadtrip

Two weeks until the Xbox 360® Roadtrip
hits Auckland

The biggest bus in New Zealand takes the next generation in gaming to the people

Auckland, February 17, 2006 - The Xbox 360 Roadtrip hits Auckland in two weeks time. The giant custom-built Xbox 360 Bus is the largest vehicle ever constructed in New Zealand and will be unmissable when it arrives in Auckland.

The Roadtrip will take in a total of 13 centres as it tours the country. The Bus will be at the following three locations on these dates:

Fri 3 March Auckland Central Auckland Domain, 3pm-9pm
Sat 4 Auckland - North Shore Smales Farm Technology Park, Takapuna, 9am-9pm
Sun 5 Auckland South TelstraClear Pacific, Manukau City, 9am-9pm

Outside the Bus, Aucklanders will get a taste of the world’s most powerful next-generation gaming and entertainment experience, with live demos, game-offs and giveaways, plus the chance to get up close and personal with Perfect Dark Zero® heroine Joanna Dark.

Inside the R16 Bus, pre-registered VIPs get priority access to a grand tour of the incredible power of Xbox 360, as well as a chance for hands-on gameplay on hi-definition Samsung screens. Gaming fans can sign up at

About Xbox 360
The Xbox 360 is set to revolutionise gaming and home entertainment when it goes on sale in New Zealand at 12:01am on March 23, 2006. Two versions will be available – the Xbox 360 at RRP$719.95 and the Xbox 360 Core System at RRP$549.95.

Xbox 360 Roadtrip Media Tours
We would like to invite interested media to take a VIP tour of the Xbox 360 Bus – please contact Jen Ferguson or Angely Grecia at Pead PR to arrange a suitable time on Thursday 2 March, when it will be at the Viaduct for a media preview day, or during the three days it is open to the public at the various Auckland locations listed previously (3-5 March).
See you on board!


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