Release Date

PlayStation Vita

  • US 1st May 2012
  • EU 4th May 2012
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  • Review Mortal Kombat (PlayStation Vita)


    Warner Bros. and NetherRealm Studios released Mortal Kombat on PS3 last year, returning the series to its über-violent 2D roots and right back into the top tier of fighting games. The lengthy story mode and robust online options were only the start of what the game had on offer, and that’s before the DLC started rolling in. With the Vita...

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Mortal Kombat News

  • News Find Your Inner Rage with Mortal Kombat Vita Launch Trailer

    Get over here

    NetherRealm’s brilliant Mortal Kombat kicks, punches and murders its way onto PlayStation Vita in North America today – and to celebrate, publisher Warner Bros has released the handheld brawler's launch trailer. The footage features a 70-second montage of gameplay from the full game, and we have to admit, it’s looking like a...

  • News Mortal Kombat Girls Flaunt Their Vita Exclusive Glad Rags

    Dressed to kill

    We already know about the plethora of new outfits being added to the wardrobes of the male ninjas in Mortal Kombat Vita, but what of the ladies? Publisher Warner Bros has released a brand new trailer showing off the additional exclusive clobber available for Mileena and Skarlet. The former will get to don her leotard getup from...

  • News Test Your Might with Klassic Mortal Kombat Vita Kostumes

    Killer threads

    Mortal Kombat Vita will not only ship with the full original game and DLC shrunken down to pocket size – it’ll also add some, ahem, exclusive kontent of its own. Extras include Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 outfits for Ermac, Noob Saibot, Rain, Reptile, Smoke, Scorpion and Sub-Zero. There’ll also be some Mortal Kombat 2 themed...

  • News Extended Mortal Kombat Vita Trailer Sets the Scene

    Kombat evolved

    We’ve already seen a glimpse of this live-action Mortal Kombat video, but the full version is arguably the best Vita commercial we’ve seen. Not only does the 60 second short perfectly set the scene for the title’s portability, but it’s also stylish, edgy and attention grabbing. Apparently, there’s still plenty for...

  • News Mortal Kombat Vita Gets Classy with Live Action Kitana Trailer

    Fight anywhere

    Considering the concept could have turned out crass, publisher Warner Bros deserves kudos for making this live-action Mortal Kombat Vita trailer seem fairly classy. The short – which features a lady dressed as Kitana posing on top of a skyscraper – is designed to highlight the portability of NetherRealm’s latest release. Admire...

  • News Mortal Kombat Vita Exchanges Blows on 4th May

    May the force be with you

    Warner Bros has attached a firm 4th May release date to the PlayStation Vita version of its PS3 smash-hit Mortal Kombat. As previously confirmed, the game will feature a variety of new content, including 150 new challenges designed around the handheld’s multiple inputs. It'll also feature all four DLC characters, in...

  • News Play Corpse Ninja With Mortal Kombat Vita

    Looks familiar

    Mortal Kombat Vita is the kind of port we can get behind. Sure the game’s largely based on its PlayStation 3 counterpart, but it’s also packing plenty of new features of its own. Those additions are demonstrated in this brand new trailer, which hints at an MK alternative of smartphone favourite Fruit Ninja. The twist? You ain’t...

  • News Mortal Kombat Vita Takes Gore on the Go

    Finish him anywhere

    We’re still finding PlayStation Vita trailers a little jarring. Take this latest Mortal Kombat footage released by publisher Warner Bros: it looks like a PlayStation 3 game. If it wasn’t for all the crazy augmented reality stuff – which is a neat addition to the fighter by the way – we’d still be struggling to remind...

  • News First Mortal Kombat Vita Footage Fights its Way Online

    Finish him

    We’ve been made to wait a while to get our first glimpse of Mortal Kombat running on the PlayStation Vita – but thankfully the results don’t disappoint. Running at a silky smooth 60 frames per second, the brawler looks largely identical to its PlayStation 3 counterpart, with big chunky character models filling out the PS Vita’s...

  • News Vita Engages in Mortal Kombat this Spring

    Bloody hell

    Your fondness for decapitations can continue on the move, as Mortal Kombat is due to land on PS Vita in Spring 2012. Following up on 2011's successful PS3 entry, the Vita version maintains its HD cousin's X-ray moves, 2D fighting and lengthy story mode, with Warner Bros. promising Vita-exclusive features that we'll hear more about in the...

About The Game

Take the Kombat to the streets; fight anywhere, anytime, all in the palm of your hand

  • New features and content exclusively for the PS®Vita
  • All-new Challenge Tower mode with 150 brand new missions
  • Touchscreen Fatalities, Xrays, and more
  • Warriors, environments and fatalities are as brutal as ever
  • Fluid gameplay at 60 frames per second
  • Extensive lineup of iconic warriors
  • Challenge friends in ad hoc or WiFi matches