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Mortal Kombat Vita To Tear The Month Of May A New Asshole

Posted on Friday, March 30 @ 11:08:48 Eastern by
On May 1st, Mortal Kombat will release hell and havoc on the PlayStation Vita. And although Warner isn't calling it a Komplete Edition, the PlayStation Vita version will actually be more komplete than the Komplete Edition.

The Vita version will feature all of the DLC characters and costumes, plus a second challenge tower devoted to PlayStation Vita touch and tilt features... just no rear touch panel shenanigans. There are even touchscreen fatalities, as you can see in the below trailer.


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