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Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition Koming?

Posted on Friday, December 2 @ 11:11:19 PST by

Who didn't see this coming? I mean, seriously. Capcom does it - a lot. So why shouldn't Warner Bros. do it, too? Although, Ed Boon previously claimed that such a game wasn't one of the Mortal Kombat-related surprises that he has been teasing, it seems that the powers that be at Warner have decided to go and create a MK sort of GOTY edition with all the DLC characters. Or at least I assume that's what this is.

The BBFC, UK's version of the ESRB, has rated Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition. It's rated 18, meaning mature, due to containing "strong bloody violence".

In the UK, that could either mean that the violence is bloody strong, or that the strong violence is bloody - they use the word bloody a lot. Mortal Kombat is bloody violent, and violently bloody. Bloody blood, violence, strong. What?

I've got all the DLC characters - yes, even Freddy - so I'm not interested in a "Komplete Edition", but for fans who missed out the first time, this is a good buy, especially if they can release it at a value price.

Just a side note: Please stop with all the K stuff, it's so played out.
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