To appreciate how realistic video games like Madden NFL have become, sometimes it helps to see the older versions. Madden NFL 15 was released this week, and to commemorate the occasion, a videographer named Michael Bromberg compiled a unique perspective.

Bromberg shows various versions of Madden, beginning with the original edition from 1989, to show a two-minute drill. The plays are based on the 49ers' final drive in a playoff game after the 1998 season against Green Bay. This is the game that ended with Steve Young hitting Terrell Owens for the winning touchdown on the final play.

As a bonus, Bromberg uses audio from the original Fox telecast with announcers Pat Summerall and John Madden.

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