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The release date for Mortal Kombat X is quickly counting down. The new game is set to arrive in the middle of April and gamers have already started digging through as much of the game's publicly available content as possible, including the full list of the game's achievements.
Warner Bros. released another gameplay trailer for Mortal Kombat X today. While the trailer focuses on Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade, it also confirms another classic fighter for the roster.
You asked for them and NetherRealm is delivering in spades: Both Kenshi and Johnny Cage will make a return in Mortal Kombat X. This is great news because Kenshi instantly became one of my favorite characters when he debuted in the series and it's awesome to see that he's making a return.
NetherRealm Studios sent out word today that a new mobile companion game will be released for Mortal Kombat X alongside the home console version. The mobile title will be a hybrid mix of a card battling game and a one-on-one fighter.
A new trailer has emerged for Mortal Kombat X, covering the game's storyline and revealing three new characters that are joining in on the fray. The new trailer is just over two minutes of brutal fighting, appendage-ripping and plenty of fatalities.
A new trailer was released by NetherRealm Studios for Mortal Kombat X featuring the game's highly anticipated Brutalities. The trailer contains one whole minute of people being torn apart, ripped up, shredded, mutilated and on the receiving end of very gory Brutalities.
One of the big games set to drop this spring is NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's Mortal Kombat X. The game is building up hype like crazy and gamers can't wait to get their hands on the game. The only thing is, you won't be able to try it before you buy it.
Folks who are curious as to what, exactly, will be included in the Mortal Kombat X “Kombat Pack” now have a little bit more information to go on, as one of the game’s developers has revealed a handful of fighters and a whole bunch of new skins will be added to the game post-launch.
If you were worried that NetherRealm Studios were being pushed thin in the development of Mortal Kombat X on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC, you don't have to worry because they're not. The reality is that NetherRealm is focused on the big boy consoles.
Some new information has emerged for Mortal Kombat X, this time detailing the new challenge towers for both single and multiplayer modes. The modes have been expanded greatly from Mortal Kombat 9, moving from a single Challenge Tower mode into multiple modes... but there's a catch.
After dropping some massive details on the available collector editions, NetherRealm Studios updated gamers on the Mortal Kombat X system requirements for the PC version of the game. You won't need much on the minimum requirement front but you will need a decent graphics card.
Publishers typically offer a pricey Collector's Edition for their major game releases. In the case of Mortal Kombat X, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has lined up four Collector's Editions.
Conan invited the two superstars from the rival teams set to meet head-to-head on Sunday at the Super Bowl, giving them a chance to exercise their video game skills and put a beating on each other without lifting a finger... except, to press buttons on the controller.
NetherRealm Studios released a new trailer for Mortal Kombat X, this time drawing the attention of fans to the one that harbors souls... Ermac. The new trailer is short, sweet and to the point, focusing on Ermac's special abilities and his bone-crunching finisher.
Mortal Kombat X's new gameplay trailer has confirmed yet another classic character for the roster. Reptile will be joining the cast with a new look and new moves.