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Mortal Kombat X Review: it has begun

Mortal Kombat X Review: it has begun

This is the Mortal Kombat you've been waiting for. Gone are the sweeping orb-like arenas of the 2000s, gone are the overly-complex schemes of the Kombat episodes of the lost era. Mortal Kombat X is a blood-stained dream come true: everything that made the original Mortal Kombat series a hit mixed with the graphics and technical finesse of today. While I'll always be a fan of the original lineup, even the new characters are fun to play and interesting to learn about - imagine that!

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Mortal Kombat X mobile makes you want to grab the real deal

Mortal Kombat X mobile makes you want to grab  the real deal

If all goes well, gamers will get their hands on the latest installment of the blood and gore Mortal Kombat franchise this week. But if you're still on the fence about spending some dollars on the game, maybe you'll want to get the free to play mobile Mortal Kombat X game just to whet your appetite. Or not. While the game does posses the characters, factions, locations, and some of the high quality graphics promised in MKX for consoles, that's basically all there is. It's as if the game was designed to disappoint and frustrate you enough that you'll want to really buy the full thing instead.

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Mortal Kombat X leak reveals “selfie fatality”

Mortal Kombat X leak reveals “selfie fatality”

Everyone's favorite blood-and-guts battle game has some new fatalities in store, one of which has surfaced online reveals a groan-worthy bit of modern narcissism -- something that isn't surprising since it's coming from Johnny Cage's daughter. It is a "selfie fatality", and it includes a cheesy fake Facebook screenshot on which a selfie, taken during a fatality, is posted. It's snapped by Cassie Cage during the fatality, and if you try hard enough, you'll find a bit of social commentary tossed in.

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Friday the 13th 2015 in tech: Jason Voorhees hits MKX

Friday the 13th 2015 in tech: Jason Voorhees hits MKX

While we're sure there'll be more than a few appearances by this miscreant before the day is through, first Jason hits Mortal Kombat X. In just about the most appropriate place for him to be - other than in a horror game that never was - here Mr. Voorhees will be murdering his opponents in a side-scrolling person-vs-person fighter environment just like his hell-bound predecessor. What's that? There was another cult classic horror film appearance in Mortal Kombat before? Of course there was!

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Mortal Kombat X trailer: here’s the story

Mortal Kombat X trailer: here’s the story

It's time for Sub-Zero to tell you what's going on in the Mortal Kombat X universe. Weeks from release, Mortal Kombat X has nearly revealed "all" of its secrets. Of course there'll be no spilling of the guts of this entire game until its released - and all of its updates are released as well. For now you'll get a good look at what it means to participate in the 1-player mode. 25 years after the events of Mortal Kombat (2011), a new generation of fighters joins in on the battle to save Earth Realm.

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Mortal Kombat X details: 3 key points

Mortal Kombat X details: 3 key points

Behold, the next generation - Mortal Kombat X, the latest in a long line of fighting games spanning back to the origin of the genre. Today you'll have the opportunity to get a run-down of what you'll want to know before you begin your battle. It begins with your selection of character - do you want to be good, evil, or somewhere in-between? Your faction will decide, one of five, where your allegiance lies: Lin Kuei, Black Dragon, White Lotus, Special Forces, or the Brotherhood of Shadow.

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Mortal Kombat X “Kollectors Editions” revealed

Mortal Kombat X “Kollectors Editions” revealed

The K is in full effect as the full line of Mortal Kombat X bundles arrive this week, readied for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The smallest of these is the Mortal Kombat X Limited Edition, readied for GameStop exclusively, coming with an "exclusive" Scorpion Skin designed by NetherRealm Studios and a fan artist from the MKKollective. You'll also get "The Kombat Pack" in this set and availability for PS4 or Xbox One - you've got to choose which one you get before you buy.

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E3 2014: Five games we’re anticipating most

E3 2014: Five games we’re anticipating most

There will be ups and there will be downs to this year’s E3, with games that look fantastic and release dates that will make you cry. Most of the AAA titles we’ll see appearing at E3 2014 will be set to release in the year 2015, while - by the looks of it - the whole lot will be well worth the wait. This show begins next week, while we’ll certainly see more action this whole weekend as well.

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