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Wednesday, May 21, 2008
New face joins N-Gage frontline


with quality and innovation hallmarks at its core, Konami has today announced it too is joining the N-Gage fold, debuting with the latest in its tactical espionage saga, the award-winning Metal Gear Solid Mobile.

Hideo Kojima, creator of Metal Gear Solid and Corporate Officer at Konami said:

"I believe that this cooperation between Nokia and Konami will form the perfect match to share the vast potential of mobile entertainment content with users all around the world."

Echoing this, Gregg Sauter, Director of Third Party Games Publishing at Nokia spoke about how this new alliance should help raise the benchmark of mobile gaming even higher:

"We're excited to see Konami tap into the performance and community features we've built into the N-Gage platform... Metal Gear Solid on N-Gage will raise the bar with respect to graphical detail and made-for-mobile features. We look forward to the launch of this great franchise on N-Gage."


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