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It was announced today that Mortal Kombat Komplete is currently available for both the Xbox 360 and PS3, and it features all the downloadable characters, modes, extras and more for gamers who wanted the full experience without having to pay extra for the extras.
NetherRealm Studios talk briefly about the upcoming Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition and how the game includes everything you loved about last year's outing and then some.
The PlayStation Vita version of Mortal Kombat is said to have all of the content from the console version plus some additional features. For example, the Vita MK will allow you to use the touchscreen to perform fatalities on your opponent.
We know that Capcom is supporting Sony's newest portable gaming device but did you know that NetherRealm Studios was also supporting the PS Vita with a re-release of last year's smash hit, Mortal Kombat on the PSV? Well, if you didn't know you know now.
The recent Mortal Kombat reboot may be on its way back to stores. The British Board of Film Classification, the ratings authority for the UK, just published a listing for a "Komplete Edition" of the game.
The Mortal Kombat Kollection is currently available for PSN in North America today and it will become available for Xbox Live and PSN users around the world tomorrow, August 31st. To give gamers a taste of the action a brand new launch trailer was released featuring all the hard-hitting, classic action that gamers fell in love with.
NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros Interactive recently announced that the original three Mortal Kombat games are coming to the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network in one big, brutal, fatalicious combo collection pack on August 31st.
I don't know if Krueger was the kind of character everyone has been asking for in Mortal Kombat but whether you love him or not the master of dream murder has finally become available in the goriest fighting game ever.
When Warner Bros. Interactive sent over the press notice saying that Freddy Freaking Krueger was going to be a playable character via digital download I almost flipped. But they followed up on the news with a truly flip-worthy trailer featuring Krueger's combos, special moves and two blood curdling finishers that are nothing short of awesome.
Warner Bros Interactive and NetherRealm Studios have made a very unlikely announcement that totally caught me by surprise: legendary dream stalker and horror movie icon, Freddy Krueger, joins the ranks of Mortal Kombat this August complete with two new fatalities and an arcade storyline.
Dressed in purple and wielding deadly water bubbles, Rain has officially made his debut in the remade and rebooted Mortal Kombat. Warner Bros sent out word that this time the Rain man has released on time for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
While the new vignette for Rain explains some of his back-story and history it still fails to explain how he managed to get his purple garb and knee-busting bubble powers. But I guess those small details that make up for the entire originality of that character can be ignored.
While the press release from earlier today indicated that Mr. Kenshi would be widely available for the PS3 and Xbox 360, he was inadvertently delayed from making his debut on the Xbox 360. Apparently someone at NetherRealm was playing around with his sword and accidentally cut their eyes out.
Warner Bros. Interactive sent out word today that the telekinetic, blind swordsman known only as Kenshi has become available for download on the Xbox 360 and PS3 in the newly rebooted Mortal Kombat.
Warner Bros Interactive recently announced that the telekinetic, blind swordsman known as Kenshi would be appearing in the rebooted Mortal Kombat. To further explain the story and combat skills behind the deadly, blind warrior, a new character vignette was released.