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News Golden Boy's Egawa Draws Manga for New God of War Game
posted on 2010-10-21 12:45 EDT
Sony's official Japanese website for the PSP game God of War: Ghost of Sparta has announced that Tatsuya Egawa (Golden Boy, Tokyo University Story) will draw a manga booklet for the game. The game will ship on UMD in a limited edition with the God of War Digest Book on November 11 in Japan. The book will explain the past of the franchise's storyline from first God of War game leading up to the new one.
A demo version of the game is now available for download from the PlayStation Store in Japan. The game will ship (without the manga) in North America on November 2.
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