The developers behind the fan-favorite Mortal Kombat series have been courted by the WWE to develop a brand new wrestling title called WWE Immortals. Details are scarce, leaving plenty of room for speculation about the sports entertainment game.
New details may have emerged for the highly anticipated fighting game from NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Entertainment, Mortal Kombat X. The latest bit of hints may point to the game's total roster size as well as the absence of a long-running feature.
The game has already revealed a number of characters, including Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Kano,Quan Chi and Raiden, to name but a few. But it's time to start thinking about who could be playable based on all those other empty slots on the roster. So here's a list of five mystery fighters that would perfectly fit into the mythology and themes of Mortal Kombat X.
The evil sorcerer Quan Chi is officially making his return to the battlefield in Mortal Kombat X. The video features three minutes of Quan Chi gameplay where we get to see the warlock unleashing some dangerous tricks from his bag.
Good news: Mortal Kombat X now has an official release date. Bad news: you have to pre-order to get one of the characters on the game's roster.
A new video (well technically videos, but they're combined into one) have become available courtesy of a live-stream from this year's PAX Prime in Melbourne, Australia. The video features a battle between Scorpion and Sub-Zero (a classic rivalry no doubt) and a jungle bout between Raiden and Kano, showing off Kano's impressive new amateur-wrestling move-set.
Another veteran was confirmed for Mortal Kombat X's roster today. A new gameplay trailer from NetherRealm Studios shows Kano facing off against newcomer D'Vorah.
NetherRealm Studios confirmed another character for Mortal Kombat X's roster tonight at EVO 2014. Long-time series veteran Raiden was revealed with a new gameplay trailer.
Before we get to the game's inevitable 2015 release the boys and girls at Netherrealm Studios wanted gamers to scope out a look at the game at this year's big E3 event.
According to the co-creator of Mortal Kombat and the creative director at Netherrealm Studios, the game will be running at full HD in 1920 x 1080p on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4.
The Netherrealm Studios head honcho (partially) delivered some exciting new footage of Mortal Kombat X, showcasing a bloody and deadly showdown between Sub-Zero and Scorpion.
In less than three days a new Mortal Kombat may be announced. Why this announcement is waiting to take place at E3? I don't know, but it's happening and there's nothing anyone can do about it.
Batman: Arkham Origins, the mobile game inspired by the upcoming PC/console game of the same name, officially debuted today on iOS devices. The game can be downloaded through the App Store for no charge.
Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us developer NetherRealm Studios is building a mobile game inspired by Batman: Arkham Origins. The mobile game will be available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch at around the same time as the PC and console versions of Arkham Origins. An Android version is planned for the holiday season as well.
We reported earlier this year that Injustice: Gods Among Us Game of the Year Edition was coming to PC and PS Vita. What we didn't know was that the game is also being designed to appear on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, too.