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•  Wireless head-to-head gaming

•  Use the NDS touch screen to make life easier

•  Playcall screen

•  Kick meter

•  Select audibles at the line of scrimmage

•  Using Field Radar, see where all 22 players are on the field on one screen while seeing the key action on the other

•  The most realistic looking hand-held sports game ever

•  Finest 3D graphics on handheld

•  Actual NFL uniforms for all 32 NFL teams

•  Stay on the field during playcalling

•  Player portraits for each NFL player

•  Deepest handheld sports game ever

•  Full season mode, with more individual statistics

•  Detailed player attributes

•  Fun game modes: Situation Mode, 2 Minute Drill

•  Pre-game match-up breakdowns

•  Breakthrough gameplay innovation for handheld

•  Utilize 5-wide receiver sets

•  Let your QB scramble to buy more time or pick up yardage on the ground

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