Youtube’s Deathmule squeezes just a little under three hours of brutal murder from Mortal Kombat’s 24 year history, from 1992's arcade debut to the latest update to Mortal Kombat X.
After years of watching and playing Mortal Kombat, it’s rare to see a fatality that makes me go ‘holy shit.’ Most of them try a little too hard. Somehow, though, these folks have found a way to make fatalities shocking again.
Feeling nostalgic for old-school Mortal Kombat? You’re in luck.
The Predator DLC may not be out for Mortal Kombat X just yet, but you can already see what one of his devastating finishing moves will be.
It’s okay. He’s still a really cool character who might be a ton of fun to play!
No parent should ever outlive their child. They definitely shouldn’t tear open their child’s chest while quoting a classic horror movie and hamming it up for the camera.
Love them or hate them, selfies are pretty much everywhere—including Mortal Kombat.
Do you love Sub-Zero's killing move from the original Mortal Kombat? Well, here's hoping you love Best Buy, where you'll have to pre-order the next Mortal Kombat to get it in your game. But what if you like Scorpion's?
Here are three more Fatality moves from Mortal Kombat Vs DC Universe for your viewing pleasure - none of which are as good as the now-excised Joker finishing move but all of which involve Kombat and Mortality, so job done. Of the three, Catwoman's is the most straightforward (although somewhat out of character - she…