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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:36pm 13/10/10 | 2 Comments
Warner Bros Interactive have sent through word they've launched an official website for their forthcoming Mortal Kombat reboot, with a robust list of features.
A first for the franchise, www.themortalkombat.com will showcase five legendary characters including Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Mileena giving fans an unprecedented look into their unique history and backgrounds. The site will also feature a full arsenal of kommunity features including: MKasts, discussion boards and kombat chat. The site will be updated every Monday in conjunction with Mortal Mondays.
Mortal Kombat is due to arrive on PS3 and Xbox 360 sometime in 2011 and is being headed up by series creator Ed Boon at NetherRealm Studios.



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kos
Posted 12:24am 14/10/10
Finally a new MK that we can actually be excited about, so long as they don't skimp on the gore (most importantly, the blood!), this game can't come soon enough IMO!
The GuVna
Posted 01:47am 14/10/10
so long as they don't skimp on the gore (most importantly, the blood!)


seen the previews? its the goriest MK yet :)

So much tho however that I predict bannage in AU :(
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