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Xbox 360 Roadtrip launches tomorrow

Xbox 360™ Roadtrip launches tomorrow

The next-generation gaming console commences its nationwide tour
in the biggest bus ever built in New Zealand – get ready

Auckland, March 2, 2006 - The Xbox 360 Roadtrip kicks off tomorrow (Friday March 3), taking the next generation of gaming and entertainment to the nation in New Zealand’s biggest bus.

The Xbox 360 Roadtrip takes in 13 centres as it tours the length of the country throughout March in the awe-inspiring Xbox 360 mothership, showcasing the mind-blowing games now made possible with Xbox 360.

Outside the Bus, fans of all ages are treated to live demos, game-offs, music and giveaways – plus the chance to get their photo taken with gorgeous Perfect Dark Zero® heroine Joanna Dark.

Inside the Bus, pre-registered gamers get the full Xbox 360 experience in hi-definition. Thousands have already registered and many venues are already near-capacity for priority entrance. Gaming fans aged 16 and older can sign up at


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