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UEFA Champions League 2006-2007 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Football's greatest stage is waiting. Are you ready to become its greatest star? Experience the intensity and drama of managing a club in Europe's premier club soccer league with the card-based UEFA Champions League 2006-2007. Ultimate Team mode challenges you to collect player, staff, and gameplay cards to build a cup-worthy squad. Trade, buy, and sell cards online to get what you need to take home the title. Relive and reshape the league's greatest moments in the Ultimate Challenge. Re-create or rearrange the real-life groupings then conquer the continent in the UEFA Champions League Tournament. You can also invite up to seven friends compete for supremacy in the League Lounge.
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  • EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

    There certainly isn't anything unusual about publishers shutting down online servers for games that people are no longer playing. So it shouldn’t surprise you that EA announced today that they will be taking an axe to a number of servers on Feb 2. The two most notable entries on the list are the poorly received Facebreaker and Madden NFL...

    Posted January 4, 2010

    EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

 


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