From cinematic attacks tearing across the sky to the appearance of a certain blue cat dressed in a red onesie, so far Injustice 2 has everything a fan of the first game could want, as long as they are me.
Yesterday’s retail leak becomes today’s confirmation, as Warner Bros. officially announces Injustice 2. coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2017.
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.
Feeling nostalgic for old-school Mortal Kombat? You’re in luck.
There’s nothing I like better in a fighting game than a large amount of unlockable goodies, and there’s no better way to distribute new fatalities, costumes and concept art like Mortal Kombat X’s Krypt.
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.
Since last night PC fighting game fans have been able to download the first three gigs of Mortal Kombat X on Steam — and that’s all. Understandable frustration follows.
While there will always be a fondness in my heart for the music of System of a Down, it does not belong in this television ad for Mortal Kombat X. Let's swap in something more appropriate.
Mortal Kombat X is coming to iOS and Android next month as a free-to-play fighting/card-game, shades of the mobile version of Injustice: Gods Among Us. The mobile MK will link to the console version for unlockable goodness. I don't know about you, but "Swipe! Finish Him" doesn't have quite the same ring.
While the fighting is always nice, my favorite elements of modern Mortal Kombat games are the extra bits—challenges, unlockables, and side activities outside of the core one-on-one battles. That's why I'm excited about Mortal Kombat X's Faction War meta game.
The tongue, the acid spit, the evisceration — so adorable. The very first secret Mortal Kombat character is the latest combatant revealed for Mortal Kombat X.
With Mortal Kombat X's story spanning some 25 years after the events of Mortal Kombat 9, it's no wonder former Shaolin monk Kung Lao is looking a bit long in the tooth. It beats being dead.
Netherrealm Studios' Mortal Kombat X releases worldwide on April 14, 2015. Goro has also been revealed as a pre-order exclusive character for the game, with the teaser shot above accompanying the press release. MKX is planned to hit Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC simultaneously.
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.
Is it odd that I'm less excited about the new characters coming in Mortal Kombat X next year than I am having three different versions of my old favorites, each with their own play style? Meet Combo Raiden, Mobility Raiden and Control Raiden.
Sonic Fox Vs. Pig of the Hut, General Zod Vs. Batgirl — who won? The viewing public. Also, Batgirl. Update: Now with smooth video of the entire finals.
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.
If you, like me, were in the front few rows of Sony's E3 press conference when they showed off Mortal Kombat X on stage, you would also have been deafened by the loud cheers of excited gamers. They were oohing and aahing at decapitations and exposed organs and lost limbs.
While I'd rather watch a documentary that followed the fabled fighting franchise from birth, through its awkward teenage years into adulthood, Smosh's Honest Game Trailer for Mortal Kombat will do in a pinch.
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.