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Madden NFL 09 Screenshots and Images - PSP

Game Description:Brett Favre takes the cover art, but everyone is ready to play this year's Madden! The all-new Rookie Mode gives newer players the opportunity to learn with simplified play-calling controls and an intuitive passing system. Three unique playbooks ranging from Easy to Advanced give players of all skill levels total control. And Intelligent Coach Tips will give you advice on the fly to make you improve as you go. The one-button control scheme for defense will have you stopping the opposition in no time, and open-receiver icons will tell you at a glance where your receivers are and whether or not they're covered.
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