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Ya Know, Jerry Jones, XBox360 Stadium Does Have An Awfully Nice Ring To It

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Back when we posted our pics from the debut of the MonstoTron in Jerry Jones's EnormoDome, a few Friends of Unfair Park wondered if that sucker could be used for gaming purposes. Turns out, why, yes. Very much so, as evidenced by the photos taken by Jonas Brothers video director Steve Fatone and just posted to Engadget. Thanks to Friend of Unfair Park "The Big Guy," who just sent the link and this note: "The 15.5 year old who lives in my house almost fainted."

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