Summary: If you don’t mind your " Mortal Kombat " version looking pretty pants in comparison to the console versions, then this is the version of MK with the most content behind it, despite the size of the little Vita carts.
Very violent and graphic fighting game now on handheld.
Common Sense Media
21 May 2012
Summary: Parents need to know Mortal Kombat (PS Vita) is as gory and bloody as console versions of the game. The gameplay is centered around violence. Using your fists and feet, weapons, or magic, you must inflict as much damage on an opponent as possible, including a fatality (finishing) move that can...
Summary: Mortal Kombat for the Playstation Vita is definitely a step or two down in quality from the console version of the game released last year. Of course, the console version was so good (GOTY nominee after all) that calling this a step or two down is akin to calling gold a step or two down from...
Conclusion: Overall, Mortal Kombat is an amazing package for the Playstation Vita. Though it isn’t a perfect port, there is plenty to appreciate, including all of the perks that went into the original console title as well as some Vita-exclusive content.
Conclusion: I cannot recommend Mortal Kombat highly enough. This is a game that belongs in your Vita’s library and the price is just right. For $40 you get everything the console versions had and then some, as new characters fill out an already massive roster and new challenges will test your combat skills.
Excerpt: , the first American-made fighting game to make a big splash in quite a while. Included in this Vita port is the full roster of the original game's characters (including the paid DLC ones), all of the action, solid controls, and some Vita exclusives too.
Excerpt: Chances are you've heard of this violent fighting game. One filled with limb chopping, head decapitation, and gallons and gallons of blood spilling everywhere. That's right, Mortal Kombat , one of the most impressive fighting games of 2011 , that had another release earlier this year with the...