Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate has officially been crowned 2020 Best FIghting Game during tonight's The Game Awards! The favourite was announced winner by special guest presenters Ralph Macchio and Yuji Okumoto. Relive the presentation right here:
For decades there has existed a bitter hatred between two martial arts groups dedicated to opposing styles and philosophy. This could describe the rivalry between the clans of Sub-Zero and Scorpion, but in the Netflix series Cobra Kai its Kreese Karate and Miyagi-do. Two of the stars put their expertise to the gaming rivalry in a clip for The Game Awards. Check it out:
Mortal Kombat 11 is officially coming to all the major platforms in April 2019! A surprise trailer was unveiled by Ed Boon while presenting Best Sports Racing Game at The Game Awards. Relive every brutal blow below and read on for more:
As legendary co-creator of Mortal Kombat, it's no surprise John Tobias would get a name check at an event like The Game Awards of 2016. What we wouldn't have necessarily expected was his work on a fighting game parody sequence for event sponsor Schick! Watch the clip below to check it out:
Ermac and Quan Chi stroll through the forest. Sektor's disembodied head sits quietly alone. A drunken hand reaches up from the floor. A Tarkatan has a nasty tummy ache... These seemingly innocuous events can only be harbingers for new warriors coming to Mortal Kombat X! Scenes featured in a trailer leaked ahead of The Game Awards announcement [full story].