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Metal Slug 7 Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:12 years of 2D shooting action has brought us here, and one game will see us through! Join Marco, Tarma, Eri, Fiolina, Clark, and Ralph as they prepare to take on Modern's Forces from Garbage Island to the Fortress of Ruins and beyond. Seven brand new and fully fleshed out levels await you as you enter the world of the game. All-new, hard-hitting, massive weapons are available, as well as new slugs to pilot to achieve your mission. And what would Metal Slug be without colossal new bosses? Several new gameplay modes will keep you coming back for more!
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