Having appeared in two previous Mortal Kombat games in non or barely playable form, the artist formerly known as The Tan Ninja makes his fully playable debut this week in Mortal Kombat X.
Predator wasn’t supposed to arrive for Mortal Kombat X players until July, but it hit early (by accident) for some, and they’re discovering a few hilarious Predator nods in the game. »
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. »
Kombat Pass owners can start making their way through the competition as the evil Edenian when the Tanya Bundle goes live tomorrow. »
Last week, publisher Warner Bros. quietly delayed the last-gen port of Mortal Kombat X, according to several GameStop employees, who tell Kotaku they informed customers on Friday that PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the new fighting game had been delayed from summer until fall. »
Meet Blanche. She’s the old lady in the background of the Outworld Marketplace stage, and she is the best thing about Mortal Kombat X. »
It’s a psycho killer try-before-you-buy this weekend in Mortal Kombat X. If you bought the game but not the DLC, head over to MKX’s Living Towers this weekend to play as Jason Vorhees in what should have been a 13 round battle but ended up only being 6 because that’s no fun at all. »
If you’re gonna be a dick about winning, you probably shouldn’t do it to someone whose best friend is waaaaaaaaay better than you.
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. »
On today’s Highlight Reel we have cat moped rampages, disappointing brutalities, respectful Bloodborne players and much more!
For a game full of brutalities and gruesome deaths, Mortal Kombat X still managed to surprise me last weekend with one specific scene. You wanna see it, right? »
“Join the White Lotus” they said. “Align yourself with the godlike defenders of Earthrealm.” So I did, and everybody else decided to be an ice ninja instead. Mortal Kombat X’s Faction War feature makes me sad. »
Bizarrely, Mortal Kombat X has a sizable slate of classic Mortal Kombat characters that you can only fight against, not play as, Rain and Baraka foremost among them. Clever players, however, have figured out how to use them in the game’s PC version. »