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Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novel Videos and Trailers - PSP

Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novel
Game Description:Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novel uses IDW Publishing's Metal Gear Solid comic book series by renowned illustrator Ashley Wood in a unique digital comic that comes alive on your PSP with layered animations, score and sound effects. Each segment of Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novel is represented as a separate chapter, letting players experience this epic story as it was originally told in traditional comic book form. At any point in the game, players can transition into a Mental Search Mode, carefully scanning each page to uncover more than 300 points of interest, including people, places, items and themes from the Metal Gear Solid series. Once these points of interest are collected, players can go into a Memory Building mode to uncover the relationships between these items and gain additional insight into the Metal Gear Solid universe.
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