It is that time of year when new video games start to emerge. There are so many systems out there now that you can play your favorite games just about anywhere. For instance Mortal Kombat is now available on the PlayStation Vita. So you can experience this exciting game in a new format. Do not wait order yours today.
Everything you enjoyed about the Complete Edition of the console game is coming back in the Vita edition. The story, the versus fighting (ad-hoc and Wi-Fi, both proudly touted as running at 60FPS), the minigames, the Challenge Tower… this is no stripped-down port. In fact, Mortal Kombat on Vita will actually boast more content than its predecessor, thanks to an entirely new Challenge Tower — roughly six hours of content, according to NetherRealm — and an assortment of new “Test Your…” minigames that use Vita-specific controls. Be sure and buy yours today.
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