Mortal Kombat for PS Vita Launched in US Today with New Trailer

As previously reported, Warner Bros’ Mortal Kombat for the PlayStation Vita is officially released as of today. The game which brings new features such as touchscreen fatalities also will come with a new Challenge Tower mode which is packed with 150 missions. For those of you in Europe who are drooling in anticipation, you only have to wait 3 more days until the 4th of May for the game to show up at your shores. In conjunction with the release of the game for the PS Vita, Warner Bros has also released a launch trailer which is embedded above for your convenient viewing. If you want to see a list of some of the missions that will be included in the game as listed by Hector Sanchez, its producer; just click here to access the US PlayStation Blog. Do let us know how you find the game with a comment below if you have already purchased it.

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