Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Thinking, Seeing Inside The Box

Commercials for video games are aimed at teenaged boys, so they tend to be loud and in-your-face. To be perfectly frank, the ads can be obnoxious. But that's not so in the case of a new spot out of Leo Burnett USA, Chicago, for Nintendo's GameCube, a home video game system that goes on sale in...

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