Mortal Kombat X for Xbox One
Xbox One

Mortal Kombat X

Apr 14, 2015

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

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.

Critic Reviews

23 Reviews
8.36
Angelo M. D'ArgenioApr 14, 2015
I’ve had a lot of fun with Mortal Kombat X so far, but as I said, my experience with the game is limited. The longevity of the game will largely be based on its online modes and new content, which as I said before was locked out at time of writing. But I can say that Mortal Kombat X is built on a very good base.
Michael McWhertorApr 13, 2015
Online performance in Mortal Kombat X on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has seen improvements since launch, thanks to a handful of software updates, but it can still be unreliable. ...After a bumpy initial roll out, the Faction Wars component seems to be mostly working as intended — though the reward for participating in faction-based battles feels like little more than a well-meaning distraction.
Peter BrownApr 17, 2015
Mortal Kombat X's lesser elements exist outside the most important part of the game: the fighting. A great roster with a wide range of diverse fighting styles and variations gives you plenty to play around with, and the new fighting mechanics add the right amount of depth to nudge Mortal Kombat X ever higher on the list of respectable fighting games. There's also the gruesome creativity, which is entertaining for its absurdity but shocking for its emphasis on acute torture.

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