One of Mortal Kombat’s newest characters is gaining a reputation, at least among casual fans. According to the Internet, Jacqui Briggs is a problem.
My least favorite kombatant since the original game, Kano returns next year in Mortal Kombat X with some killer new moves and looks that will both stop and start traffic.
Following today's Injustice: Gods Among Us finals at EVO, Netherrealm Studios' Ed Boon took the stage to reveal the return of Raiden in next year's Mortal Kombat X. As if they'd do anything without him.
After weeks of teasing from series co-creator Ed Boon, today the name of the next game in the legendary fighting game series has been revealed: Mortal Kombat X. Update 11:20 — added platforms and gameplay details from the official press release.
You wouldn't know it from reading many popular DC Comics, but there are limits to how violent the adventures of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman can be. At least in video games, and probably movies too.
Ed Boon, the father of Mortal Kombat has a priority for the DC Comics super-hero fighting game his MK studio is making. He wants to make the backgrounds, the levels, play "as pivotal a role as the characters you chose."
The nine episode web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy will come to a Blu-ray near you this November, courtesy of Warner Bros. and director Kevin Tancharoen, delivering live action Jax, Sonya, Scorpion, Sub-Zero and more onto one high-def disc.
The first batch of downloadable... kontent for NetherRealm Studios' new Mortal Kombat keeps it "klassic" with fancy, old-school ninja duds, fondly remembered fatalities and (at least) one new character, red ninja girl Skarlet.
"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…
Before the dog days of summer set in, a clip leaked online for a take on the Mortal Kombat movie nobody had ever seen. Gritty, violent and brutal, it was a far cry from the 1990s Hollywood flick.
The latest addition to the Mortal Kombat line-up of "kombatants" is an old favorite. Jax, the cybernetically armed special forces operative who always has brain matter under his fingernails, will return.
Get over here, I want to give you a quick primer on Mortal Kombat's spear-tossing Scorpion.
At Gamescom, we sat down with Mortal Kombat co-creator and NetherRealm Studios lead Ed Boon to talk about the newest game in the franchise, life after Midway and what could be next for the fighting game developer.
Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon says that his studio's newest fighting game is being built with better online balancing in mind, letting the developer finesse aspects of the combat after it ship—without the need for software patches.
There are a lot of Mortal Kombat games that should never have been made. This one at least had the foresight to be cancelled before it saw the light of day.
Mortal Kombat is back, sans DC Universe heroes, loaded with much of the blood, gore and cruel violence the series is infamous for. But Mortal Kombat for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is also worth discussing for its deeper fighting engine.
The trailer for the new Mortal Kombat game shows a true return to form, with 2D battles, tag-team fighting, gory inside-look combos, and fatalities so cruel you'll be crossing your legs with sympathy pains.
Actress Jeri Ryan of Star Trek: Voyage fame appears as Sonya Blade in a Mortal Kombat trailer dubbed "Mortal Kombat: Rebirth" that popped up online. Is it a game trailer? A movie trailer? Tell us, Jeri, tell us!
Ex-Midway artist Vincent Proce went back to the drawing board for a pitched, but ultimately rejected visual reboot of the developer's venerable Mortal Kombat franchise, posting the results of that back-to-basics design plan on his personal blog.
While Midway have been consigned to the dustbin of history, in the early 1990's, they were gods. Largely because of two games: NBA Jam & Mortal Kombat. Two games that, for all their success, never came together.