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Mortal Kombat For Vita Official Trailer Gets Over Here

Posted on Wednesday, February 15 @ 08:09:07 Eastern by


The first official trailer for Mortal Kombat on the PlayStation Vita has been released. The trailer shows series' icons Sub-Zero and Scorpion taking their fight to the streets, to a bowling alley, and more, showing how the Vita's portability means you can square off anywhere, anytime.

Honestly, though, the ad makes me wish that there was some augmented reality added to the MK mix, à la Reality Fighters, because seeing the kombatants fighting over real-life backdrops looks totally badass.

And what video game trailer would be complete without some dubstep? Or more specifically, Skrillex. It seems dubstep is invading games faster than online passes and DRM. Granted, Skrillex already did "Reptile's Theme" months ago (and it's actually good), but now he's doing Syndicate's soundtrack, Deadmau5 is doing Sound Shapes, and yesterday's Far Cry 3 teaser had plenty of wub, wub, wub.

Are you liking all of this dubstep, or do you feel like its enough already? Who gives a fuck, anyway, just watch the trailer you came here for.


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