Mortal Kombat X

released on April 14, 2015

Mortal Kombat X combines cinematic presentation with all new gameplay to deliver the most brutal Kombat experience ever, offering a new fully-connected experience that launches players into a persistent online contest where every fight matters in a global battle for supremacy. For the first time, Mortal Kombat X gives players the ability to choose from multiple variations of each character impacting both strategy and fighting style. Players step into an original story showcasing some of the game’s most prolific characters including Scorpion and Sub-Zero, while introducing new challengers that represent the forces of good and evil and tie the tale together.

Platforms: PS4PCXBOX1
Developer: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
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Mortal Kombat X reviews

  • 93


    (platform: PC)
    It's visually better, richer in content and more comprehensive in terms of gameplay compared to its predecessor. It will definitely make you spend time with it until the arrival of MK XI.
  • 90

    Hooked Gamers

    (platform: PC)
    Mortal Kombat X is ridiculous amount of fun, maintaining the core of what's made the franchise successful while evolving enough to stay relevant.
  • 82

    Merlin'in Kazanı (Turkey)

    (platform: PC)
    Mortal Kombat X is furthering the story that was presented in Mortal Kombat 9. New characters, graphics and combat system is changing everything you know about Mortal Kombat universe. It's one of the best fighting games we have seen so far.
  • 80

    Giant Bomb

    (platform: PC)
    The speedier pace of combat and the addition of Injustice's background interaction are just two of the things that make Mortal Kombat X a better-playing game than its predecessor. Also, MKX feels like an attempt to move forward into new things, whereas MK9 was one large, albeit rebooted nostalgia trip. And it looks fantastic all the while. All of this is enough to make up for the game's handful of rough edges around story mode and some of its other options.
  • 80


    (platform: PC)
    In every aspect, this is a nicely upgraded game. MK X offers a lot of challenges for rookies and experienced pros alike. The plot is a bit “over the top”, but unobtrusive adjustments to gameplay mechanics will ensure Mortal a long-term vitality. Raiden and his crew are in the best hands.
  • 79

    Game World Navigator Magazine

    (platform: PC)
    It's still the same fun and crazy fighting that demands from the player exactly as much as he wants to give. You can gather your friends and simply mash buttons to enjoy bloody spectacle, or you can spend hours perfecting your techniques to compete with professional players. No matter how you choose to play it, MKX will find something to offer.[June 2015, p.64]
  • 75

    Riot Pixels

    (platform: PC)
    MKX will last you for a long time. A few variations of the usual Arcade Mode, some dumb mini-games, online multiplayer, a lengthy story campaign, and, finally, Krypt… Not all changes to gameplay mechanics are obvious, but they do make the game more dynamic.
  • 70

    PC PowerPlay

    (platform: PC)
    Excellent fighting mechanics and an incongruously good story hampered by serious performance issues. [June 2015, p.56]
  • 69

    PC Gamer

    (platform: PC)
    Fine fighter with an enjoyably daft story, marred by wobbly port to PC.
  • 60


    (platform: PC)
    Not a komplete katastrophe, but you should employ kaution when deciding if Mortal Kombat X is right for you on PC. It's a great game, but one that's krippled by bugs.

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