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Mortal Kombat X – a solid fighter to play with friends
Mortal Kombat X, bestselling game of 2015, is a really solid fighting experience especially when playing with other gamers.
Mortal Kombat X (MKX) has really fun combat, makes interesting use of the environment—in one seaside map, you can toss corpses at one another as the waves lift them above the dock—and the characters all seem pretty well-balanced.
Not Your Father’s Fight Club
In-fight, the MKX game is beautiful, a fully next-gen fighter that looks the part. The cutting edge with lighting and shading effects, but it does do an exceptional job of maintaining a clean and detailed visual style, with detail that shows up in every battle.
The fighting, meanwhile, is excellent. Once, this game seemed like it would forever sit behind the likes of Street Fighter in the fighting-game pantheon, but with X, Mortal Kombat shows off more polish than it’s ever had.
When you play Mortal Kombat X game has several move-set options with each character, changing up which power attacks they equip. This adds a ton of replay value to the game, and gives you a bunch of options to find your preferred character and move-set.
There are modes beyond MP and Campaign. Factions allows you to join a faction and compete against other factions in a sort of league play. I can see how this might appeal to really hardcore, competitive fans, but I’m just not that invested. Still, it’s nice to have the option.
Move sets feel complete and fair, and no brawler feels unfairly matched. Environments are rarely stagnant, either, large, detailed areas in which you can leap off an elephant in the center, or utilize flames in a corner to your advantage.
Mortal Kombat always keeps the action moving and little tweaks to its formula, such as a stamina meter, help balance gameplay further.
The game straddles that perfect fighting game line between easy to pick up and play and nuanced enough to be worth learning, and the tone strikes that perfect balance between painfully bloody and campy, with X-ray attacks and Fatalities driving both extremes.
The game may not be the best-looking on PS4, but it still looks great. Animations are fluid and the combat is meaty enough, with the requisite oomph to make each hit feel solid. The game runs at 1080p and 60 frames-per-second, which is basically a necessity for a good fighting game these days.
More than anything, MKX it’s just really fun!
Mortal Kombat X, bestselling game of 2015, is a really solid fighting experience. Next gen fighter packs a punch and delivers a knockout performance on all game fronts.