Mortal Kombat X for PlayStation 4

Mortal Kombat X

Apr 14, 2015
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Content Rating: Mature


Like previous entries in the series, Mortal Kombat X is a fighting game in which two players fight against each other using a variety of attacks, special moves, and gruesome Fatalities. The energy meter, first introduced in the previous Mortal Kombat game, once again allows players to perform techniques such as X-Ray moves, with some refinements made to the system.

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Jun 15, 2021

Online isn't fun at all but playing with mates two-player is really fun

Apr 21, 2021

A great definitive standpoint to the series.

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Elliot Cameron

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Adam Gonting

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Kamil Jakubowski

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Ömer Bilimen

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Critic Reviews

55 Reviews
Mike SplechtaApr 13, 2015
To me, personally, making a better fighting game seems like a daunting task. Especially if you've been making them for two decades. At this point it has to go beyond simply adding more characters and a few new modes, and NetherRealm delivered on all fronts. They simultaneously re-invented themselves while keeping the core of the Kombat in tact, and that's an impressive feat.
Steven WongApr 13, 2015
The new characters, stages, and gory Fatalities all maintain the same Mortal Kombat feel we've come to expect since the previous game. Variations give characters more flexibility and dimension, while the interactive stages play as much into fighting strategies as combos and special moves. There might not be any Friendships involved, but this is Mortal Kombat at its bloody best, and it's a blast to to tear opponents open.
Christian ChiokApr 28, 2015
Netherrealm did an excellent job on making X look like a next-gen title, not to mention the smooth 60 frames per second makes the experience even better. Overall, I enjoyed playing Mortal Kombat X over Mortal Kombat 9 and even over Injustice Gods Among Us. It feels a lot more fluid than the last title by far and fixes some of the issues that plagued Injustice, such as the stage interactions and hazards. ...Mortal Kombat X is definitely a solid entry into the series that new and diehard fans can enjoy.

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