Metal Gear Rising sliced police car auctioned on eBay for charity

Konami France is auctioning a number of Metal Gear Rising-related items, including a police car sliced in half and signed by both Hideo Kojima and artist Yoji Shinkawa, as part of a charity fund for Unicef Paris.

All funds will be given to the charity today, while as of press time, the auction has reached €1,610.00, with less than one hour left to go. Other items being auctioned into Japanese and European standard and collector's edition game packs signed by Kojima.

Those interested can check out the official eBay page here at eBay France.

Metal Gear Rising: Reveangeance launched Feb. 19 in North America and Feb. 21 in Europe.

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