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Mortal Kombat: Unchained Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:An ancient evil threatens the existence of the Mortal Kombat universe. Find out if the champion of the Elder Gods has the power to defeat this new threat, which has emerged from Deception. That storyline serves as the excuse to unleash a new lethal Mortal Kombat experience on PSP! Unchained features all the usual thrills of the MK franchise, with deep game modes, multiple fatalities for every character, and interactive, multi-tired backgrounds that hold ruthless death traps, plus six new fighters and a new Endurance Mode you'll only find on PSP. Battle through a single-player mission with the return of Konquest Mode, conquer mini-games, and shred friends with two-player wireless.
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