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Absolutely no-one will complain about violence in Mortal Kombat X, as this new video proves
Posted: 03.07.2014 10:00 by nickhorth1 Comments: 4
Mortal Kombat is a series often accused of gross and unnecessary violence. Judging by this new leaked gameplay video, which contains gross and unnecessary violence, Mortal Kombat X will be no different.

It features series regular Scorpion blowing a hole in Sub-Zero's chest, then slicing his face off so that his brain slowly slides out of his skull like a big pink sponge. Lovely.



Mind you, I'm so desensitized to gore by now that I watched that while happily munching on some Jaffa cakes. Try harder, NetherRealm! In addition to that little glimpse, the developer has been releasing several shots of the game's cast, which you can see below.

 
So, top left is Cassie Cage, top right Kotal Kahn, bottom left Ferra and Torr, and D'Vorah on the bottom right. These four are all new characters, which is a quite impressive number for a fighting game.

Mortal Kombat X is expected out on PC and consoles sometime in 2015.
Related games: Mortal Kombat X (PC)
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Comments

By MeanSerbian (SI Veteran Member) on Jul 03, 2014
MeanSerbian
Again, its the same song. Violence in games is bad for our children! God save us...
By baszermaszer (SI Veteran Member) on Jul 03, 2014
baszermaszer
Well, you and your children - this means everybody, except the wise, who doesn't let their children near such abominations - have been psychopathised beyond recognition so this obscene inhumanity does appear normal, even desirable. Poor state of mind, but lookie at how many mudslides, sinkholes, earthquakes, fire-tornadoes, tornadoes, floods, snowing, ice on lake Superior are happening, maybe the Universe thinks otherwise about this trailer and violence abroad and at home?
By Mikimax (SI Member) on Jul 03, 2014
Mikimax
LOL

"Fatality Scorpion Mo..." This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc..
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Jul 06, 2014
herodotus
Well, the Aussie censors will be happy, Big Brothers that the OFLC are.