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Is it April yet? Like many gamers, we cannot wait to get our hands on the new Mortal Kombat game. To further stoke your "MUST HAVE NOW" flames, we dug our claws into a new trailer for ya!
Finally a date and first look at the cover art for the bloodiest and most controversial fighting game franchise ever, Mortal Kombat, is here, and it is showcasing a classic match-up for the ages!
One of the most beloved (and in MK2, the cheapest) characters in the Mortal Kombat video game universe is without question the purple clad assassin Mileena. With a new MK heading our way we have a new look at the return of this warrior and her killer overbite!
After the flaccid and failed MK vs. DC, it's good to see the creators of one of the single most controversial and violent gaming franchises ever is back on its bloody no holds barred track. A track that leads straight to a god of war for PlayStation 3 owners.
When it comes to fighting games, the Mortal Kombat franchise (sans the weak MK vs. DC entry) is as close as fighting games come to horror. Sure there's been Dark Stalkers and such, but nothing has ever been able to equal MK's sheer blood-soaked lunacy. Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have unleashed an all-new trailer for the highly anticipated video game Mortal Kombat, releasing in 2011 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
With the announcement of a brand new Mortal Kombat coming to the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011, the newest chapter of the iconic fighting game franchise marks a triumphant return to the series’ mature presentation and a reinvention of its classic 2D fighting mechanic combined with the latest technology to up the gore factor a few notches.
Something sorely missing from Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe was the violence and fatalities. We're sorry, but without those two key elements Mortal Kombat is just NOT Mortal Kombat. That being said, it looks like Ed Boon and company have seen the error of their ways judging from a new shot-from-the-floor of E3 fatality montage that has just appeared online.
The Playstation 3 has been picking up steam in the console wars, mainly because it's offering some really unique options to its user base. Such is the case here as Sony announced today that fans will get to play the latest Mortal Kombat game on their system in a whole new dimension!
The granddaddy of the violent video game is back and thankfully as bloody as ever. That's right, kids! Time to wipe away that PG-13 taste left in your mouth by Mortal Kombat vs. The DC Universe!