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Joystiq Deja Review: Mortal Kombat (Vita)

Jordan Mallory: What's new this time around? Mortal Kombat's Vita port packs an astonishing amount of content for a portable fighting game, although it has had to make some slight concessions in order to do so. Very nearly everything from the console version is present, including the full story mode, Challenge Tower and all of the Krypt's unlockables. All of the console version's downloadable characters and costumes are also included at no extra cost. Most importantly, its gameplay is identical to the console version – I had no trouble executing some exorbitant combos with Kitana or Ermac, despite the Vita's itty-bitty face buttons.

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