During the PS Vita Show Case in London yesterday, Sony shows several Titles that coming for PlayStation Vita including Mortal Kombat Vitality.
Nice that the name has finally been confirmed. Now give us some gameplay and a release date!
Sweet! I wonder who are the guest fighters for the Vita? Kratos? Cole? Drake? Helghast Soldier? Batman? Nightwing?
. Kratos already appeared on PS3 so... Zeus?
Am happy. :)
That's all I needed to hear. I haven't bought a portable gaming system since the Gameboy Advance SP, but the Vita is looking like a buy for me.
I'm in the exact same boat buddy. SP was my last handheld as well but the Vita is so damn tempting to bring me back into that handheld market.
Excellent, flawless victory, vitality
SWEEEEEEEEET!!!! This was confimred almost one year before but, this comes as a surprise nonetheless. I want to see a trailer, screenshots and/or gameplay of "Mortal Kombat Vitality". "GET OVER HERE!" -Scorpion.
Confirmed a year ago but comes as a suprise? *sigh* Vitality is such a stupid title. Better than Gold at least.
In that it is actually being released despite NetherRealm being mum on the project this whole time. Why are you sighing online? Need an anti-depressant/arthritis pill to make your writing more upbeat? cheer up, dude/tte!
"Vitality." That's actually pretty clever. :D
FINISH HIM, VITALITY!
*Enemy recovers full health* Oh Sh¡t..
Alas, one of the best revival fighters grace the already amazing list of releases for the vita!! I may never want to touch my PS3 once the Vita comes out... wait, it'd make the whole mutual connectivity pointless, scratch that!! Vita come to papa!
I see what they did there...
Another great fighter for the Vita. If there is one thing that the vita will never lack in and that's a ton of great 3rd and 1st party support. It truly in my own opinion is the King of handhelds. XperiaRay
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Street Fighter X Tekken, Mortal Kombat Vitality and Blazblue. The Vita's going to be the handheld for fighters.
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