How to get ready for Super Bowl LIII with Xbox and Windows 10
The Super Bowl isn't just a game, it's an experience. You can get more into it by preparing for it and diving into the football fun.
Products used in this guide
- Microsoft: Madden 19 (opens in new tab) ($80)
- Microsoft: NFL-themed Xbox One Controller (opens in new tab) ($85)
- Amazon: Sonos Beam (opens in new tab) ($325)
- Microsoft: Recipe Keeper Pro (opens in new tab) ($5)
How to do the thing
- Order an Xbox One controller inspired by your favorite NFL team (opens in new tab)
- Open or purchase Madden 19 (opens in new tab)
- Play Madden with great audio through a Sonos Beam (opens in new tab)
- Eat your favorite food while gaming that you made using Recipe Keeper Pro (opens in new tab)
You might not be able to play in the Super Bowl, but you can be fully immersed with the sounds of the game while you play on team-themed gear and simulate the Super Bowl in Madden 19.
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Play to win the game
A great way to simulate the game
While there are some other football games available on the Xbox, Madden 19 is going to give you the only way to play as the Rams or Patriots in the Super Bowl. It generally improves year on year so if you're familiar with past games in the series, you'll feel comfortable playing Madden 19.
Play in style
A way to make gaming your own
Fandom last a lifetime. You can show that you bleed your team colors with a customized Xbox One controller.
Pump of the volume
Make sure you never miss a beat
A Sonos Beam pumps out a lot of sounds, works with the Sonos ecosystem, and has Alex built-in. It's a great way to enhance gaming or watching the big game.
Don't settle for frozen pizza and nachos
Recipe Keeper Pro lets you import and save recipes from all over the web so you can always have the perfect snacks for games, whether you're watching or playing.
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By Jez Corden