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Experience the Mortal Kombat® franchise from an entirely new action/adventure perspective with the first ever Multi-Directional Kombat System and explore the Mortal Kombat® II universe as two of the series' favorite Shaolin Monks: Liu Kang and Kung Lao.

Features

First Ever MK Action/Adventure with Multi-Directional Kombat System. Levy attacks in any direction at any time, all the while not losing focus on the primary target (with unique animations and properties for every direction). Experience incredible depth of combat via Strings, Juggles, Special Attacks, Air Combat and Fatalities.

Single or Two-player co-op gameplay. Play as Liu Kang or Kung Lao, each with their own unique repertoire of four “Attack Styles” plus Special Attacks, and Fatalities. Unlock additional characters and abilities through various gameplay systems.

More Comprehensive Fatalities, New Multalities, Brutalities and Classic Special Attacks:

10 Fatalities per character! With 3 levels of Fatalities, unleash bigger and better versions as your hero progresses.

At Level 2 let loose the incredible Multality, a room-clearing wave of destruction destroying multiple enemies at one time.

Level 3 allows vicious Brutalities.

Utilize classic attacks such as Kung Lao's hat throw and Liu Kang's fireballs.

Weapon Kombat. Discover weapons throughout your journey and use them to increase the damage on your enemy kombatants.

Interactive Environments. Melt enemies in acid pits, impale them on spiked ceilings, and hang them from hooks. Combine background interactions with Combat to solve unique action-orientated puzzles. Hurl an enemy into a spiked wall and leap from their impaled body to a higher area!

Mortal Kombat Mythos. See the infamous Mortal Kombat Tournament from the eyes of Earthrealm’s mightiest combatant Shaolin Monks Liu Kang and Kung Lao. Explore the Outworld in its entirety…revisit the classic Mortal Kombat 1 and 2 stages in 3D! Fight and interact with a slew of classic Mortal Kombat characters, such as Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Kitana and Goro. Seek and discover the myriads of MK secrets.

Expansive Character Customization. Choose from several paths in which to spend experience points gained from battle! Augment your hero’s abilities for incredible feats of agility, such as running along walls…or choose to augment any of 4 trees of Special Attacks to unlock new attacks unique for each character.

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