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Metal Gear Solid Mobile
Game Description:An exclusive chapter in the Metal Gear franchise for cellphone owners. In the game, players will face the same extreme tension of solitary infiltration that fans of the classic tactical espionage action game have come to expect from the Metal Gear Solid series, previously released to the PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Metal Gear Solid Mobile features never-before-seen dramatic 3D art displays and camera work that greatly surpass the current standard of mobile games. The game also takes advantage of the phone's camera functionality, for example using the camera to sample colors from the real world for an in-game camouflage system. It is also possible to shift the viewpoint from first to third person in the game to control a variety of weapons.
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