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.
You know that old "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" assertion? Well, it doesn't apply to Mortal Kombat and it's many incarnations. The Mortal Kombat franchise has been continuously redefining gameplay for the past 20 years. And, by Kratos, they've done it again, with the release of Mortal Kombat for PlayStation Vita.
Remember the first time you died while playing Mortal Kombat? One minute you were preparing to throw an uppercut and the next Kano had your character's still-beating heart in his hands. Well, the mega-franchise has evolved a lot since its arcade days, but it's still as drop-dead gruesome as ever—especially with the…
The first episode from the much hyped Mortal Kombat web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy is now online.