Mortal Kombat 11: Mk Kasual Review

  • Tuesday, Apr 30, 2019
  • by Jerald Ancheta, 108 Views

Mortal Kombat 11 was developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment. This game offers a story mode, online pvp, a klassic tower, towers of time (Frustrating) and the krypt full of loot boxes.

The story mode of MK 11 was short and sweet. Similar to recent NetherRealm games, there are moments in the story mode where players get to choose between two characters. A different cut scene would be shown depending on the character the player chooses.

I don’t spend much time fighting online on any fighting games, Mk 11 was no exception. Just know, the few battles I had online were smooth and the button inputs were not that delayed.

The Klassic tower offers players a chance to fight against a row of CPUs with their favorite character and get rewarded with an ending cut scene related to that chosen character. Players are also rewarded with konsumables, which are necessary when doing towers of time.

Towers of time gives players a chance to get costumes and accessories for a specific character in the roster, but it can be frustrating. Fighting a row of CPUs is no problem, fighting a row of CPUs with modifiers is. (This is what makes it different from Klassic towers) There are numerous modifiers that the CPUs can have. For example, there was a set of towers that had CPUs covered in a green aura. This green aura pulls you towards them and also weakens your attack power. This is why konsumables are necessary to defeat a tower. (Fight fire with fire) Konsumables can range from a damage buff to an actual assist attack from a character.

Though some towers of time can be frustrating, there are some fun ones. For example, there was a tower where three people can team up to take down one fully decked out CPU. (Tip: When on the sidelines, please assist your teammate with modifiers)

The krypt is where players will be able to get more costumes, accessories, fatalities, brutalities and konsumables. There are three different currencies, which are koins, souls and hearts. There will be chest that require a specific currency. I like that the krypt is in third person (Hated 1st person in mkx), but I do not like how the camera can be pretty janky in some narrow areas.

MK 11 offers many things that MK fans can sink their teeth into. ( Story wise, game play wise or both) The krypt and towers of time can be frustrating, but it didn’t stop me from having a fun time with the game.

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