Sam Terry

Mortal Kombat X: “The gaming industry is lacking a decent fighting game, and with the combat style that Mortal Kombat X is offering, the gap in the market will be filled”

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Mortal Kombat X

I remember playing Mortal Kombat 1 on my Sega, and although I managed to defeat Goro and Shang Tsung, I can’t see myself being any good at Mortal Kombat X with the elaborate combos. However the finishers, environmental objects, and x-ray slow mo’s of bones breaking will make me want to learn combos like never before.

Mortal Kombat X is a fighting game, developed by NetherRealm Studios (PS4, XB1, PC) and Showtime Studios (PS3, X360), and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. NetherRealm Studios worked on Injustice: Gods Among Us, so we can expect numerous similarities between the two, such as interactive objects and environmental items to cause extra damage to your opponents.

The trademark fatalities are of course back, with the energy meter also returning, providing players with the ability to perform some rather graphic x-ray combos, as well as different play styles of each character, providing a more tactical fight. The gaming industry is lacking a decent fighting game, and with the combat style that Mortal Kombat X is offering, the gap in the market will be filled.

Mortal Kombat X is available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC on April 14, 2015.

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