Where can I play every old ‘Mortal Kombat’ game?
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by David James
6M ago
The Mortal Kombat fighters have been ripping spines out, bisecting opponents with razor hats, and tearing out hearts for 31 years now. Over that time, the venerable fighting franchise has had its ups and downs, though is about to once again go stratospheric with the impending release of Mortal Kombat 1. This reboot of the series substantially reworks the kombat, adds some fun new mechanics, and pushes graphical boundaries to become the best-looking fighting game to date. But with such a rich history, perhaps you might want to take a trip back in time to check out where it all began. Sadly thi ..read more
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‘This is what’s wrong with the internet’: ‘Mortal Kombat’ creator feels compelled to wade into ‘The Flash’ discourse
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by Jordan Collins
8M ago
This article contains spoilers for The Flash. The Flash may have been a massive disappointment for fans, but the creator of Mortal Kombat, Ed Boon, has his own concerns when it comes to the internet’s negative disposition. There’s just something about the internet that makes people meaner. Perhaps it’s the anonymity combined with the echo chamber that amplifies negative opinions over positive ones but either way, there’s no doubt that harsh opinions and ridicule spread around the web faster than positive or even constructive feedback. Such is the case with The Flash, a movie that has been at ..read more
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Mortal Kombat Once Considered Adding Buffy The Vampire Slayer As A Bonus Character
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by Danny Peterson
2y ago
Mortal Kombat has had a slew of interesting characters enter its tournament, including RoboCop, Rambo, The Terminator T800, The Joker, and Spawn, but fans may have had a certain teenage vampire hunter featured among its roster as well. None other than Buffy the Vampire Slayer herself was in talks at one point of being a character, according to the gore fighter franchise’s co-creator and current Creative Director Ed Boon ..read more
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New PlayStation Deal Of The Week Makes Best-Selling Game 50% Off
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
If you’re in the mood for kicking the living snot out of friends or strangers online, Sony has just the deal for you. Mortal Kombat 11, the latest installment in NetherRealm Studios’ long-running fighting game franchise, is currently available on PlayStation 4 (and 5) for half the usual asking price and, what’s more, the version on sale is that of the recently released Ultimate Edition. $30 will get you the base campaign and multiplayer modes, an add-on story expansion – Aftermath – and every single character added as DLC over the last 24 months. That figure encompasses guests such as Spa ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 11 Director Says There’s One DLC Character Players Will Never Get
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
If you thought a short-lived campaign to get Scooby-Doo‘s Shaggy Rogers into Mortal Kombat 11 was weird, well, you don’t know the half of it. According to series co-creator and director Ed Boon, in fact, such petitions aren’t even close to stealing the #1 spot when it comes to unexpected roster additions. During an appearance at FestiGame last month, the industry veteran described how NetherRealm Studios is often asked to bring back popular characters for the latest installment. Of course, Smoke, Reptile and Ermac as well as the iconic cyborgs Sektor and Cyrax have remained noticeably absent f ..read more
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Watch: New Mortal Kombat 11 Mod Adds Gruesome First-Person Mode
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
Mortal Kombat 11 fans seeking a more intimate fighting game experience can now get exactly that thanks to one fan’s creation. Well-known community modder Ermaccer has spent some time tinkering with the latest entry in NetherRealm’s storied series and managed to unlock the camera, leading to all sorts of disorienting angles never intended for use by the developer. In addition to an over-the-shoulder perspective – demoed in spectacular fashion in the video above by guest character Spawn peppering his opponent with a stream of bullets – users can also opt, if they so wish, to witness the carnage ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 11 Reportedly Adding Deathstroke And Smoke DLC
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
Mortal Kombat 11 players concerned that this year’s DLC expansion was intended to be the fighting game’s last needn’t worry, as there’s even more on the way. That’s according to a new leak emerging on Reddit (H/T, @SkaVorah), at least, which claims to have gotten hold of internal correspondence between members of NetherRealm Studios. The email chain, which doesn’t specify a sender or, indeed, the names of any recipients, makes explicit reference to a Kombat Pack 3 scheduled to launch in several months’ time and will contain a total of four playable characters. These will be split in a 3:1 rati ..read more
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Watch: Mortal Kombat 11 Trailer Reveals Klassic Movie Skin Pack
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
As it turns out, Mortal Kombat 11 fans haven’t had to wait long in order to get their hands on the popular fighting game’s latest update. Earlier today, NetherRealm head Ed Boon finally confirmed previous leaks outing the existence of new skins based on the classic 1995 movie, all of which are available in-game as a standalone purchase. The Klassic MK Movie Skin Pack is up for download right now for $5.99 and contains three alternate costumes, one for Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage and Earthrealm’s protector, Raiden. As the name suggests, these outfits are particularly special as they swap current i ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 11 Reveals New Skins Based On The Original Movie
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
If you thought Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa reprising the role of Shang Tsung in Mortal Kombat 11 nearly 15 years after the original film’s release was already the ultimate fan service, it might be time to take a seat for this latest reveal. Breaking the news over on Twitter, NetherRealm’s Ed Boon posted an image, earlier today, of several characters in the game, accompanied by the phrase “MK Movie skins!” The teaser, which you can see below, depicts Raiden, Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade bearing the likeness of actors Christopher Lambert, Linden Ashby and Bridgette Wilson, respectively. Yes folks, a lon ..read more
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Watch: Rambo And The Terminator Fight In New Mortal Kombat 11 Gameplay
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by Joe Pring
3y ago
Mortal Kombat 11 isn’t just a terrific addition to the long-running series, it’s the go-to venue for some of gaming’s greatest crossovers. Similarly to Nintendo’s absurdly successful Super Smash Bros., NetherRealm has established itself a reputation for collaborating with the biggest entertainment companies around. It’s thanks to this, in fact, that memorable horror icons such as the Xenomorph, Leatherface and Freddy Krueger have appeared in previous installments, though arguably even that trio doesn’t compare to the ever-expanding roster of guest characters in MK 11. Since launch back in 2019 ..read more
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