Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:When two worlds collide and powerful forces meet, Kombat is inevitable! A shift in the universe has brought Scorpion, Sub-Zero, and the others from the Mortal Kombat world face to face with Superman, Batman, and the rest of the DC Universe. All must fight to eventually destroy the evil threatening to end the world. Each character has their own unique moves and combos, making for matchups never before seen in the world of Mortal Kombat. Try your hand at Freefall Kombat or Klose Kombat, or uncover the whole story from the perspective of each of the characters in Story Mode. Finally, we get to find out: what would happen if Sub-Zero fought Batman?
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