Tanya Bundle DLC Adds Titular Character As Playable Fighter In Mortal Kombat X, Plus New Looks For Kano, Sonya And Liu Kang


Warner Bros. revealed the Mortal Kombat X Tanya Bundle which is the new downloadable content that heralds the return of the Edenian fugitive Tanya as a playable character and the Klassic Pack 1 with familiar looks for Kano, Sonya and Liu Kang. The Tanya Bundle is a part of the Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack, providing fans with Mortal Kombat X DLC for US$29.99. Players who already own the Kombat Pack will be able to download the Mortal Kombat X Tanya Bundle starting 2 June US Time.

Players wishing to purchase the Tanya Bundle separately will be able to do so beginning 9 June from the PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace and Steam for US$7.99. Tanya will also be sold separately for US$4.99, and the Klassic Pack 1 will be sold separately for US$3.99. Fans can witness Tanya ruthlessly decimate her opponents in the new Mortal Kombat X: Tanya Official Trailer below:

Mortal Kombat X is the latest entry in the legendary fighting game franchise from NetherRealm Studios and is available now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam on Windows PC.

Mortal Kombat X Launches Jason Voorhees Bundle


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced that the Mortal Kombat X Jason Voorhees Bundle will be available for early download to Kombat Pack owners starting tomorrow. The Jason Voorhees Bundle includes playable character and Friday the 13th icon, Jason Voorhees and the Horror Pack which comprises of three horror themed skins including Vampiress Mileena, Kraken Reptile and Pharaoh Ermac. Those who do not own the Kombat Pack can purchase the Jason Voorhees Bundle beginning 13 May at the PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace and Steam for AU$11.95. Jason Voorhees and the Horror Pack will also be sold separately for AU$7.55 and AU$5.95 respectively.

Fans can get a glimpse of Jason Voorhees stalking and slashing his opponents in the new Mortal Kombat X: Jason trailer below:

Mortal Kombat X is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam on Windows PC.  The Horror Pack is a part of the Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack providing fans with Mortal Kombat X downloadable content for AU$44.95.

New Mortal Kombat X Trailer Goes Behind The Scenes Of The Faction Wars Feature


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios released the latest video for Mortal Kombat X, which gives fans an overview of the numerous features that they can experience in the upcoming game. Additionally, viewers will get a behind-the-scenes look at Faction Wars as NetherRealm Studios team members discuss details of how this feature will connect Mortal Kombat X players around the world. You can view the new Mortal Kombat X, titled “Next”, Trailer below:

Mortal Kombat X will be released worldwide on 14 April 2015 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

Mortal Kombat X’s New Who’s Next? Official Gameplay Trailer Revealed


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios unveiled the Who’s Next? Official Mortal Kombat X Gameplay Trailer, which shows off Mortal Kombat X’s iconic characters including a first look at Kitana, the beautiful but deadly Edenian princess, and Kung Lao, the powerful martial artist with razor sharp hat tricks.

Fans will also be delighted to discover that Goro lives on. Gamers who pre-order Mortal Kombat X will receive Goro as a playable combatant through participating retailers.

You can view the new Who’s Next? Official Mortal Kombat X Gameplay Trailer below and let us know what you think of it.

Injustice: It’s not another MK v DC Universe


Injustice: It’s not another MK v DC Universe 

For one thing, it has Batman!

by Arthur Kotsopoulos

©2012 Arthur Kotsopoulos

Upon arriving at Warner Bros booth to check out Injustice: Gods Among Us which is being developed by Netherrealm Studios, my expectations had not been set.

I had a completely open mind, ready for whatever they had to throw at me.

I spent the next 20-30 minute sitting with no prior knowledge about this game apart from the fact that it’s set in the DC Universe and it’s the second DC fighting game developed by Netherrealm Studios.

Injustice: Ready…fight! This way

OXCGN’s E3 2012 Snapshot: Day 3: New Games Previewed


OXCGN’s E3 2012 Snapshot: Day 3: New Games Previewed

Even more bite-sized previews

by David Hilton

©2012 David Hilton

Games!

Games are ultimately what draws the press from around the world to Los Angeles for E3.  The chance to see, play, and preview the newest announced or displayed games from around the globe.

But that’s just for the press.

We don’t want you to completely miss out though, or wait for long detailed descriptions on the games you want to know about now.

So we are running around like chickens with our heads chomped off (by ZombiU zombies?) to give you mini-previews of as many games as possible.

Each day we’re going to list a short snippet regarding each game, listing what we “got” – whether that is hands-on time, a trailer, et cetera – our impressions based upon that, and then our thoughts.

Click Here for Day 1

Click Here for Day 2

Impressions are judged with a badge based upon the impression itself.

Green: game looks fantastic, polished and basically a guaranteed winner

Yellow: game looks great, but there’s a bit of uncertainty or something that didn’t quite work right

Orange: game is shaping up, but needs some work.

And now, let’s get down to business!   Day 3!


E3 Day 3 2012 Game previews, click here

OXCGN’s Mortal Kombat Review: Kool or Krap Kombat?


OXCGN’s Mortal Kombat Review

A brutal return to the fighting genre

by : GrathiusXR

©2011 Arthur Kotsopoulos

Whilst the movie is still far from being revived and though Kevin Tancharoen’s mini web series received less than stellar responses, Mortal Kombat has been brought back to its roots by Netherrealm Studios, the newly formed company under Ed Boon and Warner Bros (WB) replacing Midway.

With the earlier iteration titled Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe, fans of the beloved franchise cried foul.

The game was nowhere near the same caliber as previous MK games, with stale game play and fatalities that were pretty lame and looked like regular combo moves.

That, however, has changed with Mortal Kombat under Netherrealm Studios. Continue reading OXCGN’s Mortal Kombat Review: Kool or Krap Kombat?