Huge trailer reveals & Xbox One Dev kits showcase a more powerful console inside. Plus, PS4/ Vita Ultimate bundle leaked, Xbox One controller finally work on PC & Mortal Kombat X E3 character reveals.
... except for Vita players, that is.
Superhero fighting game Injustice, made by Mortal Kombat's NetherRealm team, appears to be heading to PlayStation Vita. A listing dove like Jurgen Klinsmann onto the usually reliable German ratings board, the USK (spotted by Siliconera). Show More Summary
Fighting games showing the PC some love seems to be all the rage these days. Mortal Kombat 9 made its way over to Steam this year following a Vita port last year. Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition eventually graced PCs. Divekick is releasing on PC, PS3, and PS Vita simultaneously. Show More Summary
The free PS3 games for PS Plus subscribers in January are BioShock 2, Guardians of Middle-earth and Mortal Kombat, says Sony. They're available from 2nd January. On 16th January Sony will add Jet Set Radio (Vita), and on 23rd January Pinball Arcade (Vita). Show More Summary
PlayStation Plus members in Europe are ending 2012 in style with the addition of Batman: Arkham City, Vanquish, and Limbo to the service's Instant Game Collection. The shadowy trio all become available on December 5, while Mortal Kombat...Show More Summary
The PlayStation Vita's library has already seen its fair share of console ports, especially when it comes to fighting games. Mortal Kombat, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and now Street Fighter X Tekken has made the jump. Having played...Show More Summary
Keiji “Megaman” Inafune’s first Vita project features corruption, emotion and gore so explicit it would make the cast of Mortal Kombat queasy.
Mortal Kombat came out on the PlayStation Vita at the beginning of the month. It added new mini games such as "Test Your Slice" and "Test Your Balance". They were presented through the Bonus Challenge Tower, which ended up being my favorite part of the game simply because of the new mini games. Show More Summary
Mortal Kombat on the PS Vita. Like its bigger brother, it also got a massive RC stamp, and a boot on the backside from the Classification Board — but what’s it like? Regular reviewer Blue Maxima braved it, and came back unscathed with this reader review!
I know I'm not alone in thinking that the best fighting games have their own rhythm—you get in the zone of a Street Fighter, BlazBlue or even Mortal Kombat and it's a lot like drumming. More »
Mortal Kombat for PS Vita has come out of the gate strong after shipping on May 1st. In just two weeks, players have clashed in hundreds of thousands of online matches across the world. With the PS Vita system players can access a complete...Show More Summary
For a limited time, if you buy a PlayStation Vita Wi-Fi on Amazon, You’ll get a copy of Mortal Kombat and a 4GB memory card for free! Sony’s PlayStation Vita, previously codenamed “Next Generation Portable”, is the successor to the PlayStation Portable hardware series. Vita retains the familiar general form of the PlayStation Portable hardware [...] No related posts.
6/10 shooter Sniper Elite V2 has ricocheted to the top of the UK all-format charts. It beat Prototype 2, last week's number one, which shuffled down into second. Mortal Kombat on PlayStation Vita was the only other new entry in this week's chart, arriving in 33rd place. Read more…
For those of you who want to test your might at any moment, no matter where you are, Amazon has a deal to help you out. Right now, if you purchase the Wi-Fi model of the PS Vita, you'll get a free copy of Mortal Kombat, along with aShow More Summary
This week's top media hits include first looks at upcoming PSN-exclusive indie The Unfinished Swan, impressions of God of War: Ascension's recently revealed multplayer modes, and reviews of Mortal Kombat Vita and Awesomenauts, whichShow More Summary
Shacknews receives a slew of new screenshots and trailers for upcoming games everyday. The most anticipated titles receive their own post, because we know you're eager to see that content. For the rest, we have the Daily Filter, a place to feature all of the media we add to our enormous database on a daily basis. Show More Summary
It has occasionally felt like a dirty secret that Mortal Kombat 9 was one of my favorite games of last year. But there it is. It hit just the right blend of punchy violence, imaginative special moves and accessibility, and it got me invested in the (silly) Mortal Kombat universe and its (ridiculous) characters all over again. More »
When the reboot of Mortal Kombat launched in April of last year, it was clear the series was back in a huge way. The game went back to the 2D style of the classic entries, fatalities were ultra-violent again, and there was seeminglyShow More Summary
The new Mortal Kombat reboot is now available on PlayStation Vita. The fighting game, previously released on the Xbox 360 and PS3 last spring, can be purchased through PSN or retailers in North America. The European launch is scheduled for May 4th.