Mortal Kombat X is easily the pinnacle of Mortal Kombat, building on every improvement the series made in 2011, adding depth to the main fighter and delivering advancement to the modes that only NetherRealm could offer.
This game is super fun, 5050s are a bit too much.
Always hop on and enjoyed it for a long time.
But holy fxck, who tf is this crackhead Goro player called cbass slayer. Plays like a fxckin italian plumber, guy rolls his ballsack on the controller and somehow it works. Good thing I alwayd beat Exohydras bum ass son, mf has autism thinking Jason is hard Whatever
Netherrealm has taken a number of welcome steps forward with Mortal Kombat X, but no momentum is gathered, because it's stopped in its tracks by an avalanche of needless distractions, some miserable netcode and - oddly, for a game so obsessed with death in all its grisly forms - poor execution of decent ideas. [June 2015, p.106]
I myself like Sub Zero very much and I always chose Sub Zero, this is a nostalgic game and I know it has many fans and I respect all the fans of this game, but this game lacks something, it needs something to surprise us. It is and I haven't seen anything and I hope Mortal Kombat 11 has improved because I haven't played it yet, but overall this game has a long way to go to get a yellow or green rating from me.
Made to work on pre-gen consoles, so it pretty much looks and feels like the previous installment. They have removed some of my favourite kombatants(Kabal, Night Wolf, Baraka) with the offspring of other characters, my issue with this is that they play like clones with only a few exceptions.
Now the 'easy fatalitys', DLCs at launch and the p2w was the biggest disappointment, made me regret buying it as i didn't really get the whole game.
SummaryMortal 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 abilit...