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Special Combo Breaker Update For MK11's Tournament Stage
by Roy Arkon on May 16, 2019 :: 1 Comments

Combo Breaker, the big annual Fighting Game tournament in Chicago, is going to take place between May 24-26, 2019. It was announced earlier this week Mortal Kombat Commentator and former pro player Mr. Aquaman on Twitter that Mortal Kombat 11 will be will get the main stage at the main day of the event. To celebrate the occasion, and also it what appears to be the start of an ongoing theme, MK11 has received an update in which it's Tournament stage has been updated to match the theme of Combo Breaker, changing the orange leds on the floor and on the intractables to white, and replacing the logo of NetherRealm Studios to that of Combo Breaker. As it seems, it's going to happen for every major Fighting Game tournament that MK11 will be a part of.

Here is a video from my channel, showcasing the Tournament stage in it's current state after the update:

Author's opinion: It's surely interesting and really cool to see. NRS/WB are clearly making the next big step for E-Sports with MK11.

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MK11 Tops April's PS Store Download Charts On PS4
by Roy Arkon on May 11, 2019 :: 0 Comments

Ed Boon has informed via Tweeter that, according to the official PlayStation Blog, Mortal Kombat 11 has topped the PS Store download charts on PS4 for the month of April, over games such as Days Gone and World War Z.

Here is the full list of games in that order below:

1. Mortal Kombat 11
2. Days Gone
3. World War Z
4. Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition
5. MLB The Show 19
6. Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition
7. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
8. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
9. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
10. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

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First Secret Stage Brutality In Mortal Kombat 11!
by Roy Arkon on May 9, 2019 :: 1 Comments

After the new version of Brutalities was introduced in Mortal Kombat XL, another layer of Brutalities was discovered: Secret Brutalities, both that are specific for a character and those that are specific for a stage.

Now it seems that Mortal Kombat 11 continues that route, as the first secret Stage Brutality in MK11 has been discovered. It revolves around the skull in the middle of the Special Forces Desert Command stage, and the final hit must come from the skull that is at the center of the stage.

Check out Dynasty's video showcasing the Brutality below:

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All Of Sub-Zero's Brutality Poses In Mortal Kombat 11
by Roy Arkon on May 6, 2019 :: 0 Comments

Dynasty has come up with a video regarding Sub-Zero, showcasing how you can get all of Sub-Zero's secret Ice Klones after performing a Brutality in Mortal Kombat 11:

* Polar Bear (based on Sub-Zero's Animality in Mortal Kombat 3)
* Snowman (based on Sub-Zero's Friendship in MK3)
* Klassic Winning Pose (based on Sub-Zero's Winning Pose)
* Mortal Kombat XL Pose (based on Sub-Zero's first round lose animation in MKXL)
* MK11 Brutality Winning Pose

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Mortal Kombat Is Now In The Video Game Hall Of Fame!
by Roy Arkon on May 4, 2019 :: 0 Comments

Great news to all Mortal Kombat fans!

The Mortal Kombat franchise has officially entered the World Video Game Hall of Fame this past week. On Twitter, both Ed Boon and John Tobias, the Co-creators of the franchise, came on give their honored gratitude.

Here is the full statement PBS:

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — “Mortal Kombat,” the blood-and-guts arcade game that triggered Congressional hearings and age-level game ratings, was inducted Thursday into the World Video Game Hall of Fame, along with “Colossal Cave Adventure,” ”Super Mario Kart,” and the ubiquitous “Solitaire” game built into Microsoft Windows.

The 2019 inductees were honored for their impacts on video gaming and pop culture, and their popularity over time and across countries.

“Mortal Kombat” quickly raised alarms when it launched in 1992, with critics taking aim at a feature giving players the gory choice of whether to kill by decapitating an opponent or ripping out their heart.

“Instead of enriching a child’s mind, these games teach a child to enjoy inflicting torture,” Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Connecticut, said in 1993 when opening a congressional hearing on video game violence that featured scenes from the game. Amid a national conversation about the impact of video violence on kids, the industry established the Entertainment Software Rating Board in 1994 to assign parent-friendly age ratings to games.

“Beyond its controversial content and role in triggering debate about the role of violent video games in society, ‘Mortal Kombat’s’ compelling gameplay, iconic characters and many sequels have kept players coming back again and again,” Digital Games Curator Andrew Borman said in a news release.

Mortal Kombat 11” launched last week.

The World Video Game Hall of Fame is housed at The Strong museum in Rochester and recognizes individual electronic games of all types — arcade, console, computer, hand-held and mobile.

While anyone can nominate a game, the 4-year-old hall chooses inductees with input from journalists, scholars and others with video game expertise.

“Microsoft Solitaire” was honored for helping fuel the growth of today’s popular casual gaming market. Since debuting in 1991 on Windows 3.0, the electronic version of the centuries-old card game has been installed on more than 1 billion computers around the world, according to The Strong.

“The game proved that sometimes analog games can be even more popular in the digital world and demonstrated that a market existed for games that appeal to people of all types,” said Jeremy Saucier, assistant vice president for electronic games and interpretation.

“Super Mario Kart” was released in 1992 and put the popular Super Mario Bros. characters into go-karts.

“It invited friends, family and gaming fans of all ages along for an unforgettable ride that has made it the longest-running racing series in gaming history,” said Julia Novakovic, an archivist at The Strong.

The 1974 “Colossal Cave Adventure” was recognized for laying the foundation for a genre of fantasy and adventure games, despite having no graphics and relying on players typing rudimentary computer commands like “get lamp.”

World Video Game Hall of Fame officials said they fielded thousands of nominations for the Class of 2019 from more than 100 countries and narrowed the finalists to a field of 12. The others in the running were: “Candy Crush Saga,” ”Centipede,” ”Dance Dance Revolution,” ”Half-Life,” ”Myst,” ”NBA 2K,” ”Sid Meier’s Civilization” and “Super Smash Bros. Melee.”

Author's opinion: Congratulations to Mortal Kombat, to Ed Boon and John Tobias, and to the whole team of NetherRealm Studios for making the greatest Fighting Game series of all time that has offered more from every possible angle then any other franchise in the genre. That was well deserved, you all have earned it!

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