Fightin' talkThere's more to life than Street Fighter. Sort of.
Schlock and aweMortal Kombat X's union of savagery and spectacle is bruised by a sloppy port.
hands-onMortal Kombat X looks a single-player dream, and this is before we've even seen the game's story mode.
NetherRealm's incredi-gory Mortal Kombat X is all about (slight) environmental interaction, picking different character 'variants', and, yes, ripping your opponent's spine out or punching a hole through their chest or, I don't know, plucking out their eyeballs or something. It's all a bit brutal for me, but I appreciate the fast-paced combat, the lovely backgrounds, and their integration with the
Are you ready for an even more photorealistic Mortal Kombat game? I’m not sure I am. The below gameplay video is ten minutes of Mortal Kombat X gameplay footage captured from a PAX Prime stream. It shows Scorpion and Sub Zero having a very serious argument. Skulls are snapped from spines and, well, other stuff happens, but I couldn’t bring myself to watch.
Kano always struck me as kind of a punching bag in the original Mortal Kombat, and his performance in the first Mortal Kombat film didn't do anything to improve my opinion. But the Kano of Mortal Kombat X is older, wiser, heavily upgraded and more able than ever to kill you three times before you hit the ground.