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Mortal Kombat 11 has been available to purchase for a while now, and the game has stellar graphics and fun gameplay with fans eating it up. The full list of downloadable characters for the Kombat Pack has been unveiled, and there are some interesting (and very familiar) characters being added into the fray. The characters come from older versions of Mortal Kombat and Hollywood films. Mortal Kombat 11 is certainly not the first game in the franchise to rely on pulling in characters from outside the franchise to play. Other fighting games are known for doing the same thing. The list of downloadable characters is below. Shang Tsung Nightwolf Sindel Spawn T-800 Terminator Joker We have already seen Shang... Read more...
Mortal Kombat 11 was announced last December and fight game genre fans were very excited about the game. In March, a new trailer showed off some of the fighting action MK11 would offer with an old skool vs. new skool trailer for the game. A new trailer has debuted, and it shows off fighter Shang Tsung, and the first Kombat Pack for the game is teased. Shang Tsung will land for the game on the PS4, Xbox One, PS, and Nintendo Switch. However, there are additional characters mentioned in the trailer description including Sindel, Nightwolf, and two more unspecified characters were teased. Shang Tsung will land on June 18 for Kombat Pack owners. A week later players can buy Shang Tsung as a stand-alone... Read more...
Quick, who would win in a fight, Johnny Cage or Johnny Cage? That is not a trick question—a new trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 pits old school and new school versions of iconic fighters against one another, and it looks to be a bone-crunching good time. That is, if you are into the kind of violence that Mortal Kombat is known for. Mortal Kombat wrote the book on graphic violence in fighting games. Back when it was a thing, I remember shoving quarters into an arcade cabinet to play the original Mortal Kombat, which featured realistic looking (at the time) sprites and delightful blood splatters. It offered a similar experience to Street Fighter, that other fighting game that has stood the test... Read more...
Nearly three decades ago (before some of you reading this were born), Mortal Kombat broke ground in the arcade gaming scene for its then-realistic looking graphics and ultra violent gameplay, highlighted by lethal finishing moves called fatalities. It spawned several followups, and in 2019, Warner Bros. Interactive will release Mortal Kombat 11, the bloodiest version yet. In anticipation of the game's release, the publisher unveiled a two-and-a-half-minute trailer that spills more blood than a clumsy intern at a blood bank. Appropriately enough, the soundtrack for the savage gameplay is an original music track, "Immortal," created in collaboration with rapper 21 Savage. Check it out, though be... Read more...