Mortal Kombat Pro Reviews

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Mortal Kombat Reviews

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Gaming Evolution 8.5/10 May 20 '11
Neoseeker 9 / 10 May 05 '11
Computer and Video Games 7.9/10 Apr 19 '11
Game Focus 9.3/10 Apr 25 '11
Games Radar 8/10 Apr 19 '11
GameSpot 8.5/10 Apr 19 '11
Gamespy 4/5 Apr 19 '11
Gaming Excellence 9.4/10 Apr 29 '11
Strategy Informer 9.0/10 May 06 '11
Worthplaying 8.4/10 Apr 21 '11
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Mortal Kombat Previews

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Computer and Video Games Apr 12 '11
Computer and Video Games Feb 12 '11
Games Radar Mar 08 '11
Gamespy Jun 18 '10
Gaming Excellence Jul 14 '10
Kombo PS3 Jun 17 '10
Strategy Informer Apr 06 '11
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Editorial Articles
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GameSpot Mar 04 '11  
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" The upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot is no doubt hoping to rekindle interest from existing fans, but it's also clearly aiming to pull a brand new audience into its grisly, blood-soaked universe. Gone are the "silly" characters and cartoonish fatalities with obscene amounts of bright red blood - they're now replaced with a set of popular, iconic Kombat characters who bleed, vomit and shed chunks of flesh with each round, plus amazingly graphic fatalities that actually elicit "holy SHIT!" exclamations from everyone in the room. If that doesn't raise an eyebrow, nothing will. To further sweeten the deal, developer NetherRealm has included both a Fatality trainer and a substantial tutorial (called Challenge Tower) to ease new players into the series. ..."
" Without a doubt, Mortal Kombat’s heyday was the mid ‘90s, a time when it and Street Fighter ruled not just arcades, but home consoles as well. It enjoyed a brief resurgence in the mid 2000s with sequels like Deadly Alliance and Deception, but with each new game came more goofy finishing moves, uninspired character designs and a needlessly complex plot. These were followed by MK vs DC Universe, which neutered the violence and fatalities that made the series a success in the first place. With so many missteps since the last major hit, what could the franchise do to regain its former glory? Ignore all the mediocre stuff and take things back to the original three games that started it all. ..."
"Over-the-top, bloody, and bursting with content, Mortal Kombat is a return to form for the franchise. "
"The gorefest that started it all is changing all the rules."