Mortal Kombat 11 review
The NetherRealm StudIos, which has been appreciated for the quality of its work in recent years, continues to bring us quality fighting games to its best work. In Mortal Kombat and InjustIce pasting, it’s time again for years to come. Let’s see if Mortal Kombat 11 manages to raise the bar for the series.
If we can still meet with quality Mortal Kombat games today, the main reason for this is bankruptcy. At some point, the series, which was crushed under the weight of its name and rapidly progressing towards the dusty pages of history, actually prepared the end of Midway Games.
At this point we shouldn’t have seen a new Mortal Kombat game, but Warner Bros. NetherRealm Studios was founded and series creator Ed Boon took the helm again. This critical move enabled the 27-year-old corpus to rise again. Although the number at the end of its name continues to increase, MK9 was not a remake and was taking the series from scratch.
The foundations of the fluid, transitional and satisfying combat system we have today were laid with this game. But it’s hard to save a dying series with only the corrected combat mechanics. Therefore, a much more critical structure for Mortal Kombat has been overhauled; the level of brutality…