Franchises often struggle to stay relevant throughout the years, many of them settling to get by on brand recognition alone, delivering slightly polished variations of the same game year after year. Few franchises manage to remain fresh, sequel after sequel, and even fewer manage to get arguably better. Mortal Kombat X cheats, the latest and perhaps most ambitious installment in the Mortal Kombat franchise, lives up to its legacy by delivering a visually stunning content-rich experience capable of satisfying both casual players and experienced fans alike.
Since it’s debut in 1992, the Mortal Kombat franchise has kept itself on top of the fighting game genre by consistently reinventing itself, avoiding the pitfalls of nostalgia that so often hinder other long-running series, while never neglecting its essence, the core elements that made it a crowd-pleasing favorite. Mortal Kombat X cheats mixes the cinematic presentation often associated with the series with an improved gameplay, peppered with new features and characters, and a story mode almost unparalleled in entertainment value. Most importantly, though, for fans of the series, Mortal Kombat X cheats remains as gory and violent as ever: bones break, blood gets spilled and, in the case of one particular move, testicles explode.
Mortal Kombat X differs from previous chapters in the series by mostly eschewing its eponymous tournament setting, focusing instead on a story that spans decades, featuring classic fighters replaying the great battles of their past and introducing new characters, often related to the characters fans already know and love. In total, the game includes 24 playable characters, including fan favorites like Johnny Cage, Liu Kang and Raiden, not to mention the much beloved ninjas Sub-Zero and Scorpion. Among the notable newcomers, you can play as Cassie Cage, daughter of Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade, Jacqui Briggs, daughter of Jax, and Kung Jin, Kung Lao’s younger cousin.
The number of playable characters, though, is not what makes the game special. Instead, Mortal Kombat X cheats introduces a new game mechanic, perhaps its greatest innovation, called “character variations” and it is that feature that makes all the difference. Each character, by default, comes with three fairly distinct variations you can choose from.
For instance, new character D’Vorah, a half-human, half-insect female fighter, can be played as “Brood Mother”, which removes her hood and shows her tattoos, “Swarm Queen”, which shows insects flying around her body, and “Venomous”, in which a green substance is seen leaking out of her hands and from the scales on her things. The variations, however, are not merely cosmetic: each one comes with a different set of attacks, weapons and special moves. The end result being that not only does each fighter have three different looks, but also three entirely different play-styles, forcing you to change the way you play them since tactics that may prove successful with one variation may not necessary work with another.
Overall, Mortal Kombat X cheats is a brutal, bloody and, ultimately, incredibly fun game that excels at synthesizing the time-tested pleasures of its franchise with the kind of graphics and mechanics players of today have come to expect, whether they are die hard fans of the series that eagerly awaited its release or casual players, new to Mortal Kombat, that will soon discover what the fuss was about all these years.