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Metal Gear Solid 2: Son of Liberty Premium Package Videos and Trailers - PS2

Metal Gear Solid 2: Son of Liberty Premium Package
Game Description:Konami's legendary action hero Solid Snake makes his PlayStation 2 debut in Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. Once underway, players take the role of a one-man army determined to stop a deadly high-tech weapon from falling into the hands of a highly elite resistance group known as Dead Cell. Gameplay mirrors that from its PlayStation predecessor; as users must once again utilize their skills in stealth, weaponry, and counter-terrorism to fight off the competing powers; and as they progress through a twisting storyline, eventually destroy the gigantic war machine, Metal Gear Ray. New to the series is the ability to hang from ledges, drag bodies, and interact with almost every object in the environment. This Premium Edition includes a reversible cover art on the DVD case, a DVD video, an A4-sized pamphlet and a metallic-colored Solid Snake figurine.
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