I love Mortal Kombat. I really do. I’m looking forward to Mortal Kombat X – or the mobile version at least – so I can dish out some brutally bloody pain against Scorpion and the rest of Netherrealm’s fighters. And, you know, the Fatalities. Let’s face it – everybody plays Mortal Kombat for the fatalities. It’s brutal, it’s violent, and it’s how it should be.
IGN did us a favor by compiling all of the Mortal Kombat X Fatalities in the beautiful 1080p video above. And let me tell you, watching this compilation of Mortal Kombat X Fatalities can be mind-numbing. I’d like to think I have a high tolerance for computer-generated gore, but watching 7 minutes of non-stop Fatalities and X-Rays, I think I may have been grossed out a little. And I may have flinched a couple of times. If you’re a guy, you’ll know where. (Hint: it’s at 6:14)
Anyway, as always, my favorite Fatality has got to be Scorpion’s. It’s just so bloody beautiful I wouldn’t be able to resist using it all the time. It also helps that he’s my favorite character. I’m kind of disappointed that he doesn’t have his classic Toasty Fatality this time around. That would be fantastic.
Honestly though, I’ve never seen Mortal Kombat this gory, ever. And that’s a good thing, mind you. When this game comes out, you can expect me to button mash and scream in frustration as my online enemies are going to beat me and dish out one Fatality after another to make my humiliating defeat even more terrible. Yeah, screw Tekken 7, I’m going for this.
What about you? How do you like this new Mortal Kombat X Fatality compilation? How do you like this extra gory new incarnation of Mortal Kombat? What’s your favorite fatality so far? Let me know your thoughts and hit me up by sounding off in the comments below!
UPDATE: Looks like IGN missed a few fatalities. Here’s a new video contatining new Fatalities. Enjoy!
UPDATE: Cassie Cage has a new jaw-dropping Fatality. Check it out on What’s A Geek.
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