Make Peace with Mortal Kombat 1's Peacemaker on PS5 from Next Week
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Cena heaven. Mortal Kombat 1 has, surprisingly, been somewhat overshadowed by the success of Street Fighter 6 and Tekken 8 – but it’s still a great game in its own right. NetherRealm Studios naturally has always had robust support plans for the release, and that will continue with the addition of guest character Peacemaker from 28th February. <related ids="155338"> Read the full article on pushsquare.com ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 1's Quan Chi Brings Sweet Misery to PS5 Before Xmas
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3M ago
Season's beatings. Mortal Kombat 1 returnee Quan Chi will make his debut as the second DLC character added to NetherRealm’s latest before Christmas. The former miner was revealed as part of a gameplay trailer overnight, which you can watch above. In it, you’ll see the face-painted baldie unleashing all sorts of misery on a variety of opponents. The press release teases: “Quan Chi’s necromancing powers and manipulation of portals are on full display, including his ability to summon skulls, skeletons, and NetherRealm demons for devastating attacks.” The trailer also includes a brief glimpse of K ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 1 Fans Are Going to Extreme Lengths to Avoid Microtransactions
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3M ago
A battle between fans and financiers. Back in the day, the only reason you’d consider changing the date of your console’s clock is for Easter eggs, like The End boss battle in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. But it’s 2023, almost 2024, and now players are manipulating time due to more nefarious reasons: namely the controversial microtransactions in Mortal Kombat 1. As you may already know, developer NetherRealm has started flogging skins from the release’s Invasion Mode in its in-game store. These can be purchased with a premium currency named Dragon Krystals, and include outfits previously a ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 1's Microtransaction Backlash Prompts Free Fatalities
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A make good for those who coughed up. The vociferous response to Mortal Kombat 1’s controversial paid Halloween Fatality has prompted Warner Bros to respond, with fans who coughed up for the seasonal finisher getting two bonus moves for free. Back in October, the publisher attracted the ire of players by flogging a premium Fatality for 1,200 Dragon Crystals, or approximately $10 in real money. <related ids="155336"> Read the full article on pushsquare.com ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 1's First DLC Character Omni-Man Arrives Next Week on PS5
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4M ago
Get a load of this. Following a brief teaser earlier in the year – and a Microsoft leak – NetherRealm Studios has now confirmed Mortal Kombat 1 DLC character Omni-Man will arrive on 9th November for Kombat Pack owners and 16th November for everyone else. You can get a glimpse of the new challenger in all of his gory glory courtesy of the trailer embedded above. “Omni-Man, also known as Nolan Grayson, hails from the alien world of Viltrum and has long fought to protect his adopted home of Earth as one of the planet’s most powerful champions,” the official blurb reads. “He even raised his son, t ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 1 Fans Are Finished with the PS5 Game's $10 Halloween Fatality
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Boycott begins. An additional Halloween Fatality is available for purchase within Mortal Kombat 1’s in-game store right now, and the release’s community is incensed by the addition. The finisher costs 1,200 Dragon Crystals, but you’ll need to cough up $10 for 1,250 Dragon Crystals in order to obtain it. When you consider the entire release can be purchased for $70, with dozens of Fatalities inside it, that doesn’t exactly seem like great value for money. <related ids="155336"> Read the full article on pushsquare.com ..read more
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Here's Your First Look at Mortal Kombat 1's Omni-Man DLC on PS5
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4M ago
Launching in November 2023. The dust has slowly started to settle on Mortal Kombat 1, which has been available for a few weeks now. With the title slowly stepping out of its release window, developer NetherRealm Studios has debuted the first footage of DLC crossover character Omni-Man in action. Due out in November 2023, the newcomer will be voiced by actor J. K. Simmons, and promises a “formidable moveset and powerful abilities”. <related ids="155338"> Read the full article on pushsquare.com ..read more
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Mortal Kombat 1 Developer Teases Future Ghostface, Jigsaw DLC Villainy
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Dare to dream. Beloved Mortal Kombat 1 developer Ed Boon is teasing some intriguing additions to the latest iteration of the now-venerable fighting franchise. The current roster was already a rogue's gallery of murderers and general villainy, but these latest are comprised of some of the worst monsters in all media. Boon tweeted an image showing the nightmarish visages of some of horror's most infamous murderers, with ticks against those who have appeared in the series as guest characters previously, like Leatherface, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees. Read the full article on pushsquare.com ..read more
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Poll: Are You Playing Mortal Kombat 1?
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5M ago
Prepare for kombat. You may not have realised thanks to a brief period of early access, but today marks the full release of Mortal Kombat 1. The latest instalment in NetherRealm's eternally popular fighting game series, it's got typically impressive visuals, punchy gameplay, and a twisted interest in watching entrails leave the human body in especially gruesome fashion. It's Mortal Kombat, alright! We gave it a 'good' 7/10 in our Mortal Kombat 1 PS5 review, claiming that the core game's great fun, but the surrounding package is a bit hit and miss. "Mortal Kombat 1 is the best and most refreshi ..read more
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Review: Mortal Kombat 1 (PS5) - Good But Not a Flawless Victory
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5M ago
Baraka in the habit. Mortal Kombat 1 represents a new era for the fighting game series. However, it also marks the first time in a while that a new Mortal Kombat title has been released where worthy competitors have been present. Games like Guilty Gear Strive and Street Fighter 6 have raised the bar for fighting games significantly since Mortal Kombat 11 released, and it’s on Mortal Kombat 1 to keep up. Lets get it out the way first, this is the best Mortal Kombat game since Mortal Kombat (2011). Mortal Kombat X took things too far with the three character styles and bringing back Mortal Komba ..read more
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