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Leaked Revolution Ad Suggests March 2006 Release

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An 'advert' for Nintendo Revolution has leaked onto the internet, purportedly escaping the bowels of Nintendo marketing and then whizzed off to Nintendo blog Infendo - apparently courtesy of a Nintendo marketing bod - that suggests that the next-gen console is planned for release in March 2006. True? That's unknown.

"Think Outside the Box" states the ad in a tagline for Revolution, which presumably is a reference to the yet-to-be-disclosed videogame revolution the console is promised to offer and also implying that whatever's unique about the next-gen machine will be external to the base unit we've all seen. That's of course if the advert is genuine, which is certainly in question.

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