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Kratos Gets His Beat-Down On In Mortal Kombat

Posted on Thursday, March 24 @ 00:19:06 Eastern by
It's no secret that GR's own Anthony Severino knows how to kick ass with pretty much every fighter available to him in Mortal Kombat. I speak from experience. Will Kratos be another pawn in his unholy mission to pummel every GR staff member?


Yup.

Mortal Kombat is set to release on April 19th, less than a month away. Who knows how many more secrets are buried in the game's code. This is the ninth core Mortal Kombat game and it seems to be returning to the violent, blood-spattered roots. Back when MK was an arcade staple, you had to drop quarter after quarter in a machine to find every single secret character, bonus fight, or absurd finishing move. Now you can just sponge through the game's code.
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