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Madden NFL 07: Hall of Fame Edition Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Madden NFL 07: Hall of Fame Edition
Game Description:A bonus-packed release of the 2007 edition of EA's unstoppable football franchise. In its 17th installment, you control the running game like never before. For the first time ever, step up as the lead blocker to create a hole, and then take control of the tailback and smash through, overpower, or slash away from would-be tacklers as you fight for every yard. This Hall of Fame Edition is a limited edition bonus version featuring a DVD boasting more than two hours of bonus DVD content. In Hall of Famer: John Madden, get a career retrospective of Coach Madden's days as Oakland Raiders head coach and award-winning calls from the broadcast booth. Madden Nation, Season One is the complete first season of an eight-part mini-series on the Madden Nation. With Inside Madden Studios, ESPN's Trey Wingo delivers game production insights and exclusive interviews with the team behind the game. Finally, look for exclusive music interviews of acts featured in Madden NFL 07.
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