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Next week, one of the most popular fighting game franchises of all time will make its debut on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. That’s right — we’re just a few days away from the launch of Mortal Kombat X, and to mark the occasion, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released the official launch trailer for the game.
I’m not very good at Mortal Kombat X. This was immediately, and embarrassingly, apparent as I proceeded to get trounced by two opponents in the opening moments of the game’s story. But no matter how many times I failed, I felt the urge to restart and try again.
Even as phones and tablets begin to rival computers and gaming consoles in terms of graphics and processing power, we still have to deal with watered-down ports of popular game franchises. It’s an unfortunate truth of the industry, but NetherRealm Studios wants to break the mold with Mortal Kombat X on iOS and Android.
After threatening to decline into irrelevancy just a few years ago, the Mortal Kombat franchise made a huge resurgence with a self-titled reboot in 2011. Three years later, Ed Boon and NetherRealm Studios have officially unveiled their latest project for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One: Mortal Kombat X.