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Mortal Kombat (PS Vita) Review

Mortal Kombat (PS Vita)

When Sony released the PS Vita a few months ago there were a number of very impressive games at launch, incliding the latest Uncharted and FIFA titles. There were also two beat-em up’s available in the form of Reality Fighters and Marvell Vs Capcom 3. The latter was a great example of how to take a quality home console title and convert it to handheld, the former was… well at best a gimmick to show off some console functionality and it played really badly.

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One of the first things which will strike those playing Mortal Kombat on Vita is that there is a huge amount to do. Rather than just have a Vs battle and a story mode the developers (Neatherrelm Studios) have added a number of challenge and mini-game elements to Mortal Kombat, more on those shortly.

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As is common for a Mortal Kombat game there is plenty of blood splattering across the battle area and should we execute the correct combination of moves we get the extra bone crunching, knife stabbing, skull breaking mini cut-scene to enhance the effect. These moves are all unique to each character and of course we get a mix of weapon, hand and foot based attacks to play with.

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Mortal Kombat uses the Unreal Engine mixed with some Havok Physics and on the whole the game looks impressive on the compact PS Vita screen. The animations are smooth, characters varied and backgrounds packed with detail. The cut-scenes are also rendered well for a portable system and the only real criticism is that the more violent moves, with their cut-scenes could have done with being a little more detailed.

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User Experience
When playing Mortal Kombat on PS Vita one of the stand out aspects of the game is the level of polish that has been applied. The game menus look lovely and the overall structure of them works well. Cut scenes are produced well with the occasional laugh along the way and various in-game graphics really stand out as being well drawn. The in-fight animations are also well done and interestingly although the images don’t quite screenshot well the characters look good when playing on the PS Vita’s screen.

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Overall there are two distinct sides to the gameplay which really suit the handheld format. We can go into more in-depth and time consuming play through story mode or pick up quick challenges, mini-games and ladder mode when out and about on short trips, or the commute to work.

Online Dissertation Help India A hugely enjoyable version of Mortal Kombat and one of the best games available on PS Vita so far.


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