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The N-Gage Lives: Konami adding games to the service


12:00 PM on 05.20.2008
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I never really anticipated ever writing the name "N-Gage" again, but that's how unpredictable life is. Nokia's much maligned mobile gaming brand is still lurching forward in a sick parody of life, as the company has announced the addition of Konami games to the service's library. Exciting news for all seven N-Gage users.

One of the confirmed games for the new N-Gage is Metal Gear Solida Mobile, an Ideaworks3D collaboration that uses backdrops created from samples of images taken with the system's camera. Nokia states that Solida Mobile "will raise the bar with respect to graphical detail and made-for-mobile features."

Continuing this trend of unpredicability, I never expected this news to stretch over two paragraphs. It has. I bet you can't make this news achieve over two hundred comments.






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