Warner Bros. Interactive has delivered another split-punch to last-gen players wanting to get their Fatality on in Mortal Kombat X.
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Series creator Ed Boon revealed that there are some festive costumes coming to Mortal Kombat X.
The monthly NPD sales report has been released for April 2015, and while the software side is no surprise, the console battle continues its seesaw effect.
While the Internet is spreading all the Star Wars love of May the 4th, NetherRealm is celebrating Friday the 13th by adding Jason Voorhees to Mortal Kombat X.
Watch a group of older folks react to the gore-filled gameplay of Mortal Kombat X. You'll be surprised at some of their reactions.
It won't be on a Friday the 13th, but Jason Voorhees' Mortal Kombat X debut next month will introduce the Camp Crystal Lake slasher to a whole new world of Fatalities.
We have some good news for Mortal Kombat X fans hoping that Rain, Baraka and Sindel would join the game's list of playable characters.
While Mortal Kombat X has plenty of new and exciting ways to eviscerate opponents, NetherRealm Studios is possibly gearing up to bring the classic Fatalities back as DLC.
Mortal Kombat X continues to launch the game to new heights. It's a bloody, gory bout of glory with intricate controls, a varied and balanced roster, and a ton of ways to play both online against peers or alone on the couch.
After only launching on PC a few days ago, a modder has performed a Babality on Mortal Kombat X's coding to play its Story Mode-only villains, such as Rain, Sindel and Baraka.