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Mortal Kombat koming to Vita

With the likes of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Street Fighter x Tekken, and BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend, the Vita is already building a respectable library of fighting games. Today Warner Bros. Interactive announced plans to add Mortal Kombat to that list.

"The original game content and new features we developed for the PlayStation Vita will provide gamers with the best fighting game experience available on the new mobile platform." said Ed Boon, series Creative Director, though those new features haven't yet been revealed.

The Vita version of the game will include Kratos as a playable character, like its PS3 brother. The box art also seems to imply that it will include all of the DLC characters, like the Komplete Edition that was announced not too long ago.

Mortal Kombat hits Vita this Spring.

Reported by Rhody Tobin


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