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ESPN 2K5 NFL Football (Xbox)
Name: ESPN 2K5 NFL Football (Xbox)
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$2.99
Stock Status: 16




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  • Description
    Loaded with unparalleled advancements in gameplay and presentation, "ESPN NFL Football" delivers the complete NFL experience. Offering a new level of football gaming, "ESPN NFL Football" introduces First Person Football, The Crib and a blockbuster ESPN presentation with ESPN's own Chris Berman! 


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    Features:

    First Person Football - A revolutionary first person mode that gives you the power to play NFL football through the eyes of any player on the field! 

    The Crib - Play to unlock trophies, collectibles, mini-games, music and much more. Then customize The Crib, complete with a living room, game room, home theatre and trophy case! 

    ESPN Presentation - Nothing compares to a stellar ESPN broadcast, complete with a new level of integration of scores, highlights, stats and overlays that further blur the line between a Sunday Night Football telecast and the game.