Mortal Kombat Has Done Pretty Well for Itself This Year

You can’t say it was a bad idea for Warner Bros. to reboot the Mortal Kombat franchise this year; WB has issued a press release telling us that Mortal Kombat┬áhas sold more than three million copies since its release back in April, which is pretty much stellar for a fighting game and is, in fact, tops for all fighting games this year and for the franchise. That sales number is worldwide, so… so… thats all.

Anyway, that’s cool. Hooray for horrible violence!

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2 Comments on Mortal Kombat Has Done Pretty Well for Itself This Year


On September 16, 2011 at 10:29 am

After all the worthless tries they finally came back to their roots. Now we want the classic MKT in HD :) FIGHT


On February 26, 2015 at 2:52 am

based on neogeo’s rate downs, I may be in the moinrity here as well, but I gotta say, nothing about the gameplay itself looks at all appealing.Clunky, boring, and stiff animations all around. The combos aren’t fluid looking at all, they just look all kinds of clumsy, and dated.One good thing I will say about MK games though. I love the lore and storylines of the MK universe. I also think that the characters are by far the most badass of any fighting game. But that’s it really.I love the characters, the artstyle, the lore and storyline, but the gameplay still looks weak to me. I will probably purchase this game anyway though, because with all the modes and extras, at least it seems they’re putting more work into the game than cap put into mvc3. Plus there’s the novelty of owning a current gen MK game. We’ll see how it turns out.VN:F [1.9.17_1161](from 0 votes)