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Giant Cowboys Stadium LED wall caught playing Xbox 360 during downtime Update: Video!

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The 72 x 160-foot LED wall at the center of the new Cowboys Stadium is certainly impressive enough when it's showing game highlights or concert footage, but no giant screen ever truly earns its credentials until it's been put to some real use: playing video games. Thankfully, Jonas Brothers video director Steve Fatone somehow pulled himself away from concert preparations to do just that earlier this week, and apparently became the first person to ever play Xbox 360 on the display in the process. As you can see above and in the gallery below, the two certainly seem to be made for each other, although it looks like the controller can get a tad touchy if you stray too far while trying to play it.

Update: Our man Steve hooked us up with a video of the rig in action -- head after the break to check it out.

[Thanks, Steve; photos thanks to Troy]

Gallery: Giant Cowboys Stadium LED wall caught playing Xbox 360 during downtime | 6 Photos




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