Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition

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Description

The newest chapter of the iconic fighting franchise is now available on PC! Experience the deadliest tournament with all the kombatants and their unique fatalities. Decimate your opponents in traditional 1 vs 1 matches or tag team mode, and use gruesome fatalities and shocking X-ray moves to add a whole new dimension to your attacks. 

Customer reviews

65

An Okay Port

NShep53 | April 20, 2015 | See all NShep53's reviews »

Mortal Kombat Komplete is the 2011 Mortal Kombat ported onto the PC. While the fights are fine in-game, the cutscenes are abysmal. The cut-scenes are awful compressed video files that totally take you out of the whole Mortal Kombat experience. Since they looks so bad, they don't match up with the graphics in the fights, so it looks bad. Other than that, everything is okay. There are a ton of unlockables and this "Komplete" edition has all the dlc characters that came out for this game.

For a good price, this an okay bundle for a fighting game fan. If you love Mortal Kombat, you should already have it.

92

Test Your Might

UberEric | April 19, 2015 | See all UberEric's reviews »

I am not a fighting game guy, like, AT ALL. You put me in the EVO tournament, I'd probably be eliminated for picking up the controller. That said, I wasn't 100% on buying MKKE. BOY was I glad that I did though. This game does a lot fighting games do wrong-story. If you played, like, any other fighting game, the story ranges between bad to passable. This game does a great job however by adding so much lore to the MK universe that it feels its own. Of course, what else does this game have? Wicked kombat, that's what. Very combo heavy, this game will have a little bit of a learning curve. But once you find a character that fits you and you learn the moves, you are UNSTOPPABLE. If you want to try out a new fighting game or have ever wanted to get into MK at all, definitely pick this up.

84

An excellent reboot

Sleeze | March 29, 2015 | See all Sleeze's reviews »

Netherealm studios had a lot to prove with this game, after the disappointing end to MK franchise. Personally, i felt they delivered on it. The game still has a huge focus on the shock factor with gore and fatalities, but underneath that is a solid fighter that has the potential for competitive play and deep skill caps for each characters.

The thing that i feel sets MK apart from other fighters is that all the characters feel very unique. There are no reskin characters with slight tweaks, all the characters have their own feel.

While the multiplayer crowd has thinned out a lot over the past 6 months, there is still a lot of single player content, unlocks and a great story mode that you can drop a lot of hours into. If you're a fighting fan and can look past the silliness of the gore, you're in for a great time.

63

A fighting game focused on brutal visual violence only.

smilzoboboz | March 16, 2015 | See all smilzoboboz's reviews »

I'm a huge fan of fighting games street fighter style: technical and unforgiving, focused on balance and mind play. This game have none of the above.

That said it is true that from the very first title, Mortal Kombat has been a fighting game series focused on dismembering, copious blood spills rather than technical gameplay or heavy mind games and this new visually stunning Mortal Kombat follows step by step its predecessors. Fans ofc will be extremely happy about this (and I too think it was not a bad idea) but sadly I can't say I like it.

I'm not a huge fan of extreme violence in games but usually if I like the gameplay I'm still able to enjoy games. In this case the violence (often even physically impossible) is almost the game main goal since I found the gameplay quite not-rewarding.

That said the game has stunning graphic, from characters to backgrounds and effects, the accuracy of the various disjoints, dismembers and such is almost maniacal and music is totally fine.

So, to recap, if you're a fan of extreme splatter violence or you ever liked a Mortal Kombat, get this game and you won't regret a single penny.

80

Finally!

KingTed | Feb. 23, 2015 | See all KingTed's reviews »

Ninth instalment in the Mortal Kombat franchise, Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition is a great fighting game with a lot of characters, nice gameplay (The best in the series so far) and a very pleasant story mode. Furthermore the game is packed with a ton of content and things to unlock. For that, it's a great game and I can't wait to see MKX.

Unfortunately, the online mode is bad, really bad. The netcode makes the game unplayable online no matter how good or bad the players connections are. Too bad.