All the waiting, all the blood building anticipation and all the keyboard-fatality practicing has paid off. Your body was ready, but now your wallet is willing. Warner Bros. Entertainment and Netherrealm Studios' Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition for PC has officially launched on Steam.
The No-DRM aficionados have already been lapping up promotion of the game on Green Man Gaming, but those who are true, near and dear to the full and established bosom of Jedi Master Gaben can sleep easy knowing that Steam has delivered.
I know yesterday a lot of gamers were afraid that since Mortal Kombat Komplete wasn't listed on Steam as an early purchase that perhaps it wasn't going to arrive on time, similar to how Kenshi failed to originally show up on digital marketplaces last year, like a groom late for his own weeding after spending a wild bachelor's night with that stripper named Tammy... even though she used to be known as Tommy.
Anyway, the game brings some of that loveable violence and gore to the table that was such a staple in the series since its humble beginnings in the 1990s as well as its causation for the ESRB to step in and start telling us whether death-inducing anal probes are suitable for kids or adults.
The blood-letting, gore-flowing combat of old looks as good as ever on the PC platform and you don't even need a Blood Code to start seeing the red flow. The Komplete Edition on PC also comes with all the available DLC from the consoles and all the single and multiplayer modes that helped the game win over critics, gamers and sales charts alike last year.
The one thing that really stood out with this reboot/reincarnation of the popular fighting franchise is that the story mode is pretty slick and features a multi-playable cast of characters that covers the first three games in the Mortal Kombat lore. The one thing that stood out to me the most was how Jax lost his arms, holy crap... if you haven't played it, I'm not going to spoil it for you.
Anyway, this prime time fighter is now available for digitally for only $29.99 on the Steam Powered distribution portal. You can grab yourself a copy or two and start pummeling the crap out of your friends and foes alike. The game also has full Big Picture Mode support, so if you have your PC hooked up to your TV prepare to enjoy the game with all the benefits that come with being part of the PC Master Race but none of the vices of home consoles...mwahahaha.
Want to pick up a digital copy of the game right now? Head on over to the Steam page. You can look for the retail edition of the game to drop