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Madden NFL 10 Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description: Sporting a stylized presentation style, several co-op modes, and the game-changing Spotlight Moments feature, EA's perennial king of the gridiron is back and better than ever. And thanks to new broadcast presentation elements, new animations and new player models, the game promises the most visually striking football experience on the Wii to date.
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