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2006 FIFA World Cup Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Experience all the majesty and passion of the world's greatest football tournament in 2006 FIFA World Cup! Pick from 127 national teams and play through qualifying, or just head straight to the field of official 2006 Cup contenders. On top of full re-creations of every roster, almost 100 superstars will look and play just like their real-life counterparts. Global Challenge Mode sets up 40 special challenges based on historic World Cup scenarios. Complete scenarios to earn points you can use to unlock new equipment, new uniforms, and legendary players. An updated Penalty Kick Mode makes the do-or-die shootouts more interactive - and intense - than ever.
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