Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novels May Be Getting A Standalone Release

By Ishaan . August 5, 2013 . 2:20pm

The Australian Classification Board has published a rating for Metal Gear Solid: Digital Novel Pack on DVD, which sounds like a standalone release of the two Metal Gear Solid digital graphic novels.


You may have heard of Metal Gear Solid: Digital Novel Pack before. It was a PSP release titled Metal Gear Solid: Digital Graphical Novel, but it wasn’t a game. It was an interactive comic book that served as a digital version of the Metal Gear Solid comics by Ashley Wood, featuring music and sound.


A DVD version of the graphic novel was released in Japan a few years ago, with a second graphic novel included, and this never was released in the west until recently.


Then, this year, the Metal Gear Solid digital graphic novels were included with Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection on a Blu-Ray disc. Series creator Hideo Kojima recommends checking them out if you don’t feel inclined to play through the first two Metal Gear Solids.


  • RichyGaming

    I swear to god I thought I just saw a picture of Sol Badguy.

  • DCBlackbird

    Did someone say comic?

  • neocatzon

    Great news! It’s the only thing I want from Legacy Collection.

  • MoriyaMug

    I just want to know if they dubbed them. I have the Japanese release already.

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