Mortal Kombat 11 – Xbox One

$19.19

The all-new custom character variations give you unprecedented control to customize the fighters and make them your own
The new graphics engine showcasing every skull shattering, eye-popping moment, brings you so close to the fight you can feel it
And featuring a roster of new and returning Klassic Fighters, Mortal Kombat’s best in class cinematic story mode continues the epic saga over 25 years in the making

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Platform:Xbox One | Edition:Standard

Mortal Kombat is back and better than ever in the next evolution of the iconic franchise.

The all-new Custom Character Variations give you unprecedented control to customize the fighters and make them your own. The new graphics engine showcasing every skull shattering, eye-popping moment, brings you so close to the fight you can feel it. And featuring a roster of new and returning Klassic Fighters, Mortal Kombat’s best in class cinematic story mode continues the epic saga over 25 years in the making.

The all-new custom character variations give you unprecedented control to customize the fighters and make them your own
The new graphics engine showcasing every skull shattering, eye-popping moment, brings you so close to the fight you can feel it
And featuring a roster of new and returning Klassic Fighters, Mortal Kombat’s best in class cinematic story mode continues the epic saga over 25 years in the making

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  1. Kindle Customer

    “Round one. FIGHT!”

    My son can’t stop playing. He’s totally addicted. Plus, the graphics are superb! Mortal Kombat has come so far since I was a kid.

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  2. Anime Gamer

    Best Mortal Kombat in Years.

    Mortal Kombat 11 has matched- if not surpassed- Injustice 2. Though MK9 and MKX were fun fighting games for their time, they pale in comparison to this entry in this long running classic. From the visuals to the gameplay, MK11 sets a new standard for Nether Realm Studios. First off, the combat in this game is the best in the franchise. Not only can you pick your favorite moves for each character, but the button combos are akin to a Street Fighter or King of Fighters title. All the characters have customizable move sets so anyone can play any character how they like. I personally main Scorpion with his fire breath and his spinning chain attack. The characters’ outfits are also customizable, which leads me to the next section. The story and Krypt modes are drastically improved over the past two games. MK11 features a well written main story with no QTE garbage like MKX. Not to mention that playing the story gives you cosmetics like masks, weapon designs, and skins. The story also gives you access to Frost after completing the 4th chapter. The Krypt on the other hand, allows you to explore Shang Sung’s island in a 3rd person RPG format. You can unlock cosmetics, cosmetics, abilities, finishers, etc. But now you can also find and craft buffs to use in the various tower modes like the random buffs in Injustice 2. There are also character towers that allow you to unlock items specific to one character at a time. Finally I want to talk about the visuals. Gone are the muddy faded visuals of MKX, and in their place are vibrant stages brimming with creativity and color. The character models look better than even Injustice 2’s, and feel even more crisp. Nether Realm brings back both classic costumes and characters that haven’t been seen in some time. Some returning favorites are Baraka, Skarlet, Noob, and Jade. Even characters present in the last game like Johnny and Jax feel more alive than ever- especially their classic selves from the past. If you are a fighting game fan who loves this franchise, do not hesitate as this is a new industry standard.

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  3. Customer 117

    Really enjoy it.

    I really enjoyed this game. Since it has a lot more than the previous MK games I haven’t “finished” it yet. I did complete the campaign. It took about 6 or 7 hours for me. I think for some it took more like 10. I enjoyed the campaign. It was interesting and despite involving time travel it stayed on track and didn’t get too out there and get lost in everything that was going on. I loved the women’s outfits! In previous games the women were horribly dressed. In this one the clothes are much more modest and also much more realistic. However I really did not like Cassie Cage or Jaquie –I think that is how they spelled it– Brigg’s outfits. They were nothing like anyone else’s and they looked like stormtrooper wannabes. Other than that, the outfits were much better and some of them were super cool. I loved Jade’s outfit. Also I love that you can choose completely different styles and colors of outfits for each character.I enjoyed the abilities and the variety of moves. I thought that the enhanced blocking was really cool. I loved going through the kombat tutorials because it really showed all of the kombat changes that they had made to the game and I really liked some of them.The krypt is so different from previous games. It is its own game almost and so that means that even after the short campaign, you aren’t done with the game which is cool.Overall I did really enjoy it. I did not like Jaquie Brigg’s or Cassie Cage’s outfits as I said, but the rest of it is really cool.

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  4. Tom

    Back to insane Fatalities

    Micro transactions are a symptom of a greater issue in the gaming industry, rather than a symptom of a mere fault that MK 11 suffer from. This game is excellent, however, despite the multiple ways by which this game is monetized. The game is more like the Mortal Kombat reboot, rather than Mortal Kombat X. I had many issues with the in-game economy in X, mainly because it was designed in such a way as to physically prevent me from enjoying the krypt and other end game content without feeling like I had to grind in order to enjoy the game. MK 11 however, gives you the means to unlock everything in the krypt, although it IS worth mentioning that the greatest problem lies in the sole fact that the chest contents within the Krypt are entirely randomized. The chests seem to send a ping to the server which returns random loot that changes every time, and this is a problem because you can’t simply ‘look up’ where the more fruitful rewards are located. Instead you just have to get lucky, and that kind of sucks. The main modes consist of towers(challenge/classic) and Story mode. Although I haven’t completed the story, I read that it hovers around 6 hours and from what I’ve seen so far, it seems to maintain a high level of quality throughout. In terms of graphics….well, the game actually looks fantastic. I felt somewhat cheated with MK X because it didn’t seem to carry that level of shine that the reboot had, but this one turns that problem on its head and delivers gorgeous visuals in both the character modeling as well as level design. The combat is also top notch, with ‘X-ray’ style moves that zoom in on body parts when certain actions are undertaken, and the flashiness of ‘finishing moves ‘(non fatalities) are a sight to be held as well. Fatalities also look great, with a high level of film grain and gory goodness to gawk at each and every time you see it. Overall, I’d say that if you’ve been a fan of the series since the Mortal Kombat reboot, this one will surely keep you entertained for a while. The krypt is fun to explore(it’s in third person now), the story is a fair length and enjoyable, and the towers are always a blast to run through. Sometimes the challenges and enemy modifiers can be annoying, but luckily there are consumables to use to give you a fighting chance. The developers plan on continuing to rotate out in-game store content, challenge towers and tournaments so there will be a continuous flow of content to enjoy in the coming months, including 6 new characters(sadly you’d save in the long run by spending $40 on the Kombat pass). Hopefully my overview gives you a good idea what to expect here. This is definitely a fighting game worth picking up. It’s honestly one of the best fighting games I have played in quite some time.

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  5. Jarel

    Gaming for children who are allergic to the outdoors and adults who behave like children

    I gave this game one star for great graphics and another for it’s cool fatalities/brutalities. Once you get beyond that, this game SUCKS!1. This game is in no way intended to encompass the casual gamer. You either devote an exorbitant amount of time to this game or prepare to get DEVESTATED by man-children who occupy 3/4 of the 500 sq/ft of their mothers basement. Better yet they’re munching on doritos and drinking mountain dew while talking smack over the headset they asked Santa for on their 35th birthday.2. If attempting to train off-line on the hard mode, be prepared for the computer to somehow know every move you’re going to make before you make it. Not sure how that’s possible but it sure enough does! So basically you’re again dominated unless you’re willing to devote 8+ hrs of gameplay to this one game daily.3. The controls on this game are TERRIBLE! Try pulling off one of your “special moves” without caressing the keys in just the right way and you can forget about it! I lost COUNTLESS matches not because I didn’t know when and how to utilize a move but simply because my thumb didn’t mash a button just ever so gently and to the left a little more. Ridiculous!4. This isnt the complete version of the game! After you buy this game you’ll continue to be nickel and dimed for ‘upgrades’ and ‘additional characters.’Basically if you have a full-time job and really ANY other responsibilities in your life you’re never going to have much success or fun with this game. However, if you’re a child or adult who behaves like a petulant child this games likely right up your alley.

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  6. Musicman22

    Why are you reading this?

    Seriously why? Just buy it. Its fun, it works, and it mk11. Stop reading it go kill someone…… in game.

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  7. rose water

    Love this game!!!!

    I ordered this game a couple of days ago I was pleased to have the free one day shipping offer. Delivery was fast and I was excited to get this game In my hands. The game is absolutely amazing. I am in love with the graphics features and the new upgraded fighting skills. Definitely worth every dollar!! Than you for such an amazing game!!!

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  8. Mish

    Game is not worth the money if you wanted original kharacters

    I honestly brought Mortal Kombat 11 because Havik was teased as being in it. With the DLC drop today he was not in it. Wasted money on Mortal Kombat 11, graphics are ok but the whole game itself leaves a bad taste in your mouth. The roster was weak and fillef with kharacters that should have been non playable kharacters. Its a grind to pay kind of game, dont waste yout money on this.

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  9. Chris S.

    Finish.. who?

    I am very picky when it comes to video games, I feel that paying $60 I should enjoy the experience and for the most part I did enjoy this game, let’s go over my likes and dislikes.Dislike – I know most people do not purchase a Mortal Kombat game for the story lines, but I do. There has always been a “story” to the MK games, but this one, is just nonsense, its a convoluted mess. Usually when you start playing around with time travel, everything can become a mess, quickly.Dislike – Facial animations were atrocious, half the time during cutscenes only one side of the characters mouths would move, kind of making it look like they were always trying to tell you a secret.Like – The combat, like with most games is fluid and both easy and difficult at the same time. Its easy to pick up and play and its easy to get your butt handed to you as well.Like – The overall graphics are very good, minus the facial animations at times. The characters move smoothly, and have some very fluid body animations.Overall the game is ok, just not as good as I would have liked it to be. The previous titles held such a higher replay value than this one, so it is lacking that little something that keeps me hooked.

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  10. Jude

    If you like MK this is the one to get!!!

    Best Mortal Kombat since MK3, possibly the best ever!!!

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