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Madden NFL 13
Game Description:Madden NFL 13 continues the rich tradition of the storied Madden franchise by bringing fans closer to the NFL than ever before. Madden NFL 13 delivers Everything You See On Sunday including all 32 NFL teams, stadiums, and every player in the league- all with the level of authenticity that fans have come to expect. Whether playing your rival on the couch or online, leading your favorite team to the Super Bowl in Franchise mode, or building a dream team in Madden Ultimate Team, Madden NFL 13 captures all the drama of the NFL.
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