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  • Blog Post: The Fighter Hits The Road With More Content Than Ever

    When Ed Boon and his team at NetherRealm returned Mortal Kombat to its ultra-violent roots last year, they did so in a manner that satisfied longtime fans and newcomers alike. It combined a classic roster, fantastic gameplay, creative (and disgusting) Fatalities, and a massive amount of content to make... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat Vita Teased In New Live Action Trailer

    This live action trailer for the Vita version of Mortal Kombat is not so much about the game as it is women dressed in skimpy outfits. Although the cinematic opening strikes a serious tone, things quickly devolve when Mileena takes the stage, whose costume doesn't cover much. Aside from a few pixelated... More
  • Blog Post: See Mortal Kombat's Vita-Exclusive "Klassic Skins"

    When the reboot of Mortal Kombat came out last year, it put a modern spin on many of the series' classic elements. However, if you want even more old-school homages, you can pick up the Vita version and enjoy its "klassic" skins. The trailer below shows characters like Sub-Zero and Scorpion... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat Vita Trailer Shows Off Minigames And Violence

    The latest trailer for the Vita version of Mortal Kombat shows off finger slicing decapitations and fatalities. You'll see the typical Mortal Kombat, um, combat, and you'll also see the minigames that take advantage of the Vita's capabilities. There's a Fruit Ninja type game, a balancing... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat Packing A Small But Mighty Punch

    The PlayStation Vita launch games are out, and one title that unfortunately could not be there is Mortal Kombat. Still, you can take a look at what the game has to offer in this new trailer. Although Mortal Kombat doesn't feature a library level, you can certainly take it there and play the game... More
  • Blog Post: The PlayStation Vita Version Of Mortal Kombat Earns Its M Rating

    There is no need worry that the handheld version of the historically brutal franchise (except for that one time Batman and Superman got involved) is getting scaled back. There's still plenty of face ripping and on the fly heart surgery going on. You also get to see what the Vita versions of Kratos... More
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