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Game review: Mortal Kombat 11 packs a powerful punch
Mortal Kombat 11 feels much smoother and more responsive than every other MK video game I’ve ever played. I found it easier to execute combos and the overall fighting mechanics felt great. Not to mention it is fun to see the gory action of the Fatalities when you do them correctly.
Warner Bros. has announced Mortal Kombat XL
Warner Bros. is set to re-release 2015's Mortal Kombat X. The re-release will be called Mortal Kombat XL and it will have more content.
Mortal Kombat X is gory but fun
Mortal Kombat X may be gory and violent, but it's a lot of fun.
Quan Chi now enters the Mortal Kombat X arena
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have now confirmed that Quan Chi will be in the upcoming Mortal Kombat X video game.
Goro is the Mortal Kombat X pre-order incentive
Warner Bros. has announced the release date for Mortal Kombat X as well as the game's pre-order offering.
Mortal Kombat set for Aussie release
Well, we all missed it but apparently this week pigs have flown, hell has frozen over, and Mortal Kombat is going to be released in Australia. Sorry, what?
E3 Trailer: Injustice: Gods Among Us
Check out this sneak peek at the new beat-em-up from creators of Mortal Kombat.
Mortal Kombat collection hits PC
Arcade versions offer classic gaming hit for retro fans.
Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection headed to PSN, XBLA
Rediscover the original and much-revered games of the Mortal Kombat phenomenon in an upcoming bundle from Warner Bros.
NetherRealm "wanted" Xbox-exclusive Mortal Kombat character
Now that the full game's out in the wild, it's confirmed that there's no Xbox 360 equivalent of the PS3's Kratos in Mortal Kombat. But NetherRealm's Ed Boon confirms that it's something the developer certainly wanted to include.
Review: Mortal Kombat
The year's biggest fighting title is just around the corner, but our final and considered verdict is right here, right now.
Mortal Kombat delayed, Portal 2 releasing early?
The retailers have updated their schedules, and it looks that while one eagerly anticipated title slips back, another gets an earlier release than first anticipated.
Mortal Kombat delayed in NZ?
A local retailer claims that Mortal Kombat won't release on its scheduled April 21st release date in New Zealand.
Mortal Kombat: Legacy premiere announced
Find out where and when you can catch Kevin Tancharoen's live-action shorts in the lead-up to the release of Mortal Kombat later this month.
Rumour: Mortal Kombat to feature 'online pass'
Will Warner Bros. join the likes of EA and THQ in requiring second-hand owners of its games to fork out for online play? An email sent to retailers suggest that, at least for Mortal Kombat, this is the case.
First downloadable Mortal Kombat characters announced
A glitch from Mortal Kombat II and a favourite from Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance are the first two downloadable characters for NetherRealm Studios' upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot.
NetherRealm Studios unveils Kratos Mortal Kombat trailer
See PlayStation 3-exclusive character Kratos in action in the latest Mortal Kombat trailer from NetherRealm Studios.
Minister: AU rating system the "laughing stock of the developed world"
The Australian game-classification debate heats up even further with the Federal Government making moves to force a decision in a few months' time.
Australian Mortal Kombat classification appeal fails
The second attempt by Warner Bros. to receive Australian classification for Mortal Kombat has proved unsuccessful for the publisher.
Mortal Kombat granted NZ classification
No hurdles remain for the local release of Mortal Kombat, the most recent casualty of the Australian Classification Board.
Mortal Kombat demo exclusive to PlayStation Plus
Sony's premier online service bags another exclusive demo for a hotly anticipated title.
Warner Bros. appealing Australian Mortal Kombat classification refusal
If at first you don't succeed, try to prove that the Australian Classification Board got it wrong.
Mortal Kombat: the NZ situation
The eagerly anticipated Mortal Kombat reboot has failed to receive a classifications rating in Australia, effectively barring it from release across the ditch. Here in NZ, the game is undergoing classification as you read this...
Noob Saibot confirmed for Mortal Kombat
The latest character confirmed for the rebooted Mortal Kombat is a former hidden character with a mythical origin.