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Utah Boy Gets Apology, New Games After Porn Pops Up on 'Madden NFL'

The maker of "Madden NFL '07," a popular video game, apologized after a 14-year-old boy found pornography while trying to play with the Christmas gift.

"We regret any embarrassment and inconvenience to the family," said Tammy Schachter, a spokeswoman for Electronic Arts Inc. in Redwood City, Calif.

"This game was released in August 2006 and has sold over 5 million units. We've never had any type of complaint," she said Tuesday.

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Kolton Mahoney of Layton received the game from an uncle who had purchased it at a Circuit City store in Modesto, Calif.

The game was in a factory-sealed case. An explicit image appeared when played as well as titles of several adult films produced by a studio in Northridge, Calif.

Circuit City, based in Richmond, Va., plans to send a replacement along with several other games, the boy's father, Tim Mahoney, said.

"I'm pleased they are willing to take responsibility for something that happened in one of their stores," he said.