The fighting itself will feel familiar to anyone with Kombat experience. A lot of returning faces means fan favorites are here, with a few new folks to add some variety. Geras is a time-bending brawler who has some cool potential for timer-related antics, Cetrion brings some nature-based power, and the Kollector is so weird that I’m excited to see what players can do with his bizarre move list.
Joining them are longtime favorites like Liu Kang and Johnny Cage, in both their modern and retro versions. And of course returning are fatalities, arguably the trademark of Mortal Kombat. While fatalities mostly varied from tediously gruesome to disturbing revelry, Mortal Kombat 11 brings back some of that early MK pulp spirit. Yes, there are still enough blood and guts to more than justify that M rating, but the kills feel more thematic and sometimes even comical. Cassie Cage crotch-kicks the spine out of foes, D’Vorah does some real body-horror finishers, and Jax makes good use of his robotic biceps. Johnny Cage’s finishers especially stand out, as each one manages to be both gruesome and fourth-wall-breaking, reminiscent of classic Mortal Kombat while still feeling modern.
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