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Submitted by Kamikaze8 937d ago | news

Moby Dick Studio continues to tease "The Phantom Pain"

Stick Skills: "Those who’ve liked Moby Dick Studio on Facebook are getting bits and pieces of information regarding The Phantom Pain as the fanbase reaches certain milestones." (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS3, Xbox 360)

Update UPDATE: A reader has pointed out a disclaimer on the official website that discloses fake accounts.
[DISCLAIMER] Moby Dick Studio and our representatives do not currently operate through any social medias such as Facebook or Twitter, except for YOUTUBE.

Stunt  +   937d ago
http://www.mobydickstudio.s...

"[DISCLAIMER] Moby Dick Studio and our representatives do not currently operate through any social medias such as Facebook or Twitter, except for YOUTUBE."
Kamikaze8  +   937d ago
Updated. Would delete but can't.
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