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Madden NFL 2003 Videos and Trailers - GC

Game Description:The 2003 evolution of what many consider to be the greatest NFL franchise on the market somehow managed to come up with a few adjustments and additions. The most notable change is new online features which allow gamers to download player rosters throughout the season and chat with other players. Other improvements include faster game speed, quicker animations, more precise passing, and heightened sidelines drama. Using the create-a-playbook feature, players can customize formations and receiver routes. Up to four players can compete on a single screen in realistic TV-style presentation. A cheerleader half-time show and commentary by John Madden and Al Michaels make this NFL game the one to beat.
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