The Art of Metal Gear Solid V

The Art of Metal Gear Solid V Celebrate one of the most influential and beloved video game franchises of all time with The Art of Metal Gear Solid V Featuring hundreds of pieces of never before seen concept art from the game s cre

  • Title: The Art of Metal Gear Solid V
  • Author: Various
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Art of Metal Gear Solid V

    Celebrate one of the most influential and beloved video game franchises of all time with The Art of Metal Gear Solid V Featuring hundreds of pieces of never before seen concept art from the game s creators, this beautiful art book is a perfect addition to any gamer s collection The genre defining stealth game franchise reaches its groundbreaking conclusion Metal GeaCelebrate one of the most influential and beloved video game franchises of all time with The Art of Metal Gear Solid V Featuring hundreds of pieces of never before seen concept art from the game s creators, this beautiful art book is a perfect addition to any gamer s collection The genre defining stealth game franchise reaches its groundbreaking conclusion Metal Gear Solid V sold over three million copies in the first week of its release Featuring art from Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes and Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain The limited edition package is enclosed in a tactical slipcase and contains an exclusive fine art print by superstar illustrator Ashley Wood

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    One thought on “The Art of Metal Gear Solid V

    1. Justin Nixon

      I love itA Metal Gear Solid fan dream book you must buy. It is better on the Fire because you can save space and cheaper.

    2. Joseph

      Disappointing with respect to the fact that many images and items have no translations into English, and many have no descriptions at all.The book feels like a rush job and lacks the care and quality control that the japanese language versions of the art book series have enjoyed. Indeed, in comparison to Dark Horse Books other video art books series, this is quite a let down. It really expect better from DH.Wait for a potential second edition, or better yet wait for a Japanese edition to seen pr [...]

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