Mortal Kombat XL

System requirements Mortal Kombat XL

Support only 64-bit systems
OC Windows: 7, 8, 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-750, 2.67 GHz
Video card: 1 GB of video memory that supports DirectX: 11


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Mortal Kombat XL

Mortal Kombat XL – we take the tenth part and shove there all the extras. The very continuation of the ninth part became more popular than all the MK combined. If you divide the game into parts, a special thanks can be expressed for the multiplayer mode and four factions. All by canon: choose one faction and improve it by fighting against people. You can also call a friend on a scuffle to show who is in charge here – simply magical. The second part is the storyline.

The combat system is the same as other parts. Management is easy, but to make some kind of combo, then you have to learn keyboard shortcuts for 20 minutes. But why? The game is simplified to impossibility. If to compare with the 9th part of the series, then there are a lot of moments for rest. For example, there is no fight with Goro, and instead of him they put Shinnok, who breaks, like ordinary bots.

In the 9th part of the day and night we could pass one boss, there is no such thing. Weakness compensates storyline and graphics. The graphics are ten out of ten, and the plot is somewhere around 8. You can walk it for 4-5 hours, which is not enough for a game of this level. And though, what did you want from the fighting game?

If Capcom, releasing the next version of its Street Fighter fighting game, simply adds new fighters and this is the end of great improvements, then the developers who are developing the Mortal Kombat series have prepared for the game not only new or already familiar heroes, but also new fighting styles. characters, new locations, as well as tests that you can take place parallel to the main storyline of the game and it will please the old fans of the series who have so missed the match towers. Even Alien from a film of the same name looked here and it would be rather problematic to injure him, since his blood is saturated with acid.



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