Mortal Kombat 1 Day One Feedback

Mortal Kombat 1 review
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Mortal Kombat 1 got its global release yesterday and the ratings are pouring in! With an average review score of 88, Mortal Kombat 1 is doing terrifically well. The highly anticipated game is now among the highest-rated games of 2023 showcasing its potential. Fans of the game were highly skeptical about the game’s content and how well it will translate across different platforms, but it seems NetherRealm’s latest venture is proving all the doubters wrong.

What do the reviews say?

Mortal kombat 1
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Reviews and ratings placed by critics are mostly positive but complaints are popping up on the regular. However, it’s important to understand that this is the initial release of the game and most of the issues that exist will most likely be smoothened out through future updates.

By analyzing the reviews from all the critics who have taken the time to post their scores, we can come to one single conclusion. Mortal Kombat 1 is a top-tier fighting game! NetherRealm has done a fantastic job of creating a fighting game that does justice to the fundamentals of the genre. The visuals are fantastic, the combos are exemplary and the new mechanisms are a breath of fresh air for gaming enthusiasts. Some have even gone as far as to say that Mortal Kombat 1 is the most complete title of the entire series!

But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows as there are a few negatives that do bring a frown to our eyes. Some are calling the story “old” and that NetherRealm has taken the safe way out by sticking to the same scenarios and storylines as the previous games. However, many critics have defended Mortal Kombat 1 and its storyline stating that the game has a coherent plot that gives a “blockbuster-like thrill” when playing.

The most controversial aspect of the game has been and currently is the Kameo system. This is a newly added mechanic that allows the player to call upon another character to assist them in battle. The community is still divided on this as hardcore fighting fans hate it, calling it a “noob-friendly” addition. However, a significant portion of the gaming community including the critics are positive about the Kameo system, as they believe it increases the depth of play whilst reducing the bar for newer players to enjoy the game.

Where can I buy Mortal Kombat 1?

Right now, Mortal Kombat 1 can only be played if you are willing to buy the Premium Edition, which comes with a Kombat pack. The price of early access is a whopping $109.99, but considering the overwhelmingly positive reviews, we’d say it’s a safe bet to take. If you’re willing to wait out the days, then you’d be happy to know that the base game will be available from the 19th of September. If you’re in learning more about the upcoming developments for Mortal Kombat 1, make sure to tune into our game news section as we bring the latest gaming news to your screen.

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I am Haizen, an avid gaming enthusiast who spends his time fiddling around with his retro consoles. Legend says that I was gifted a gaming console at 7 and the sun shone brighter than ever in a winter evening. If I am not buzzing around the gaming sub Reddits looking for the hottest news, I am sure to be mowing down some baddies in Halo!

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