The recently released portable version of the brutal fighting game has dropped in price thanks to Simply Games. Their offer is currently providing a saving of £4 over the next best deal coming from ShopTo.
Along with the game you can expect all of the DLC from the console versions, which includes several alternative character skins, along with a digital copy of the classic MK soundtrack, and even a copy of the 1995 film. This makes it a formidable bundle for those that skipped the home console versions, and the consensus is that the transition to the Vita hardware has been well executed overall. Thanks to mattb_1987 @ HUKD!
This instalment of the popular fighter series returns to its roots and provides an excellent fan service as you fight your way through the single player campaign. In addition to the main game the Komplete edition comes with all the DLC, so you'll be able to take Kenshi, Skarlett, Rain, and even Freddy Krueger into the ring too. Simply Games are parting with Xbox 360 copies of the game for £14.99, which should save you around £5 on the next best offer coming in from Zavvi. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD.
ShopTo have dropped Mortal Kombat to below £15, which is good news for all you bloodthirsty fans out there. Featuring a suprising amount of depth to the gameplay, reams of unlockables, and a truly gargantuan Challenge Tower, this is a damn fine bundle of kontent. Plus, with the 1995 film and Annihilation both on LOVEFiLM at the moment, there's never been a better time to have a kombatastic evening.
The PS3 version has taken its time to drop in price, but now it has broken past the £20 mark there’s a rather nice saving to be made. The offer over at Base and its affiliates means you can get hold of the fighting series reboot for £3 cheaper than the next best offer over at Game Gears. The latest instalment in the bloody fighting series returned the game back to its much loved and classic gameplay. While it may still suffer from slightly clunky controls and occasionally cheap bosses, it’s a game stuffed with content that, for this price, is definitely worth a look if you fancy some brutal fighting action. Thanks to damoxuk @ HUKD!
Beating the life out of your opponent is always fun when you're playing Mortal Kombat, especially when you're using your characters special abilities, then once you've vanquished them you get to break out a gory fatality. Not only is it great fun to play, it's brilliant to watch, provided the person you're watching know what they're doing. Also, there's tones of stuff to unlock, which'll keep you coming back for more. ShopTo are parting with Xbox 360 copies of the game for £26.86, which is almost £3 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from The Game Collection.