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Madden NFL 2001 Videos and Trailers - PS2

Game Description:Offering a raft of features including statistical tracking and roster management, the Madden football series is known for its emphasis on flexible gameplay and gritty realism. Players compete in several modes including exhibition, season, and franchise, which lets players create their own football team from scratch. Authenticity is also aided by true-to-life renderings of every stadium in the league and animated versions of real coaches. Featuring cutting-edge visuals and textures, fluid player animations, instant replays, surround sound, and commentary by Pat Summerall and John Madden himself, this game has become a fast favorite of sports enthusiasts.
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