Haven't picked up 2011's Mortal Kombat
yet? Unless you're like me and aren't a big fan of the franchise, you'll be happy to know that Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced the Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition
for the PS3 and Xbox 360. This edition will include the game itself, all previously released DLC, digital downloads of the 2011 release Mortal Kombat
: Songs Inspired by the Warriors album, and the 1995 Mortal Kombat
film on the PlayStation Store or Xbox Live Zune (you know, one of the few good video game to movie adaptations out there).
MORTAL KOMBAT KOMPLETE EDITION ANNOUNCED
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to Release Expanded Version of Award-Winning Fighting Game
Burbank, Calif. – January 9, 2012 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced the Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition, a content-rich version of 2011’s award-winning Mortal Kombat videogame. The 2011 iteration of the legendary fighting franchise sold more than three million units worldwide and was recently named Fighting Game of the Year by Spike TV’s 2011 Video Game Awards.
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition delivers the critically acclaimed game, all previously released downloadable content (DLC), plus digital downloads of the 2011 release of Mortal Kombat: Songs Inspired by the Warriors album with a bonus track, and the 1995 Mortal Kombat film on the PlayStation®Store or Xbox Live Zune. The DLC includes fan-favorite warriors Skarlet, Kenshi and Rain, as well as the infamous dream stalker Freddy Krueger. The game also offers 15 Klassic Skins and three Klassic Fatalities (Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Reptile). Mortal Kombat: Songs Inspired by the Warriors is a collection of electronic music inspired by the game and is executive produced by JFK (of the DJ/ production duo MSTRKRFT and Death From Above 1979).
Developed by NetherRealm Studios and led by Mortal Kombat co-creator and creative director Ed Boon, the game will be available February 28 on PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft.
The 2011 release of Mortal Kombat was a triumphant return to the game’s original mature presentation offering over-the-top fatalities and cringe-worthy X-ray moves. Going back to a 2D fighting plane, this latest iteration in the franchise introduced a number of new gameplay features including Tag Team, Challenge Tower, and a deep story mode. Players can choose from an extensive lineup of the game’s iconic warriors and challenge their friends in traditional 1 vs. 1 matches, or take on several players in the innovative online King of the Hill mode.
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