"Unfortunately, the circumstances didn't allow us to make a 360 exclusive," Mortal Kombat boss Ed Boon told website Eurogamer. "I'm not allowed to talk too much about it, but I can tell you we certainly wanted to do an exclusive for 360, but that's all I can say. It was not a decision we made where we said, oh, let's not do one for the 360." The PS3 version, however, has God of War character Kratos.
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