The build up to Mortal Kombat X has been swift, exciting and troubling for those paying attention. It's not as though the game can't be good, but a few details about it can certainly be taken as ominous thunder clouds sent by Raiden himself.
If they think that announcing Raiden is in the game constitutes a major announcement for the game, then yes. That'd be like Nintendo announcing Super Mario World 3D 2 and a month later announcing Mario is in the game.
@ article, "I have other things to worry about, like if i have $ for lunch tomorrow....and keeping up with my rent" I'm getting this game day one....hell, I'm getting it to release stress...."can't wait" #DAYONE
Oh come now, this is N4G. Games are like 99% of our worries.
There's nothing to be worried about. The last game was good, more than likely this game will be good. The real thing to question are all the new characters, what the story will be like, will online work well, and what other game modes are there. A little optimism and common sense saves you from a lot of worrying, it works for me :)
Nah. In Boon we trust.
While I agree with you on the trust thing, my only concern is the balancing thing. Mk9 was awesome but it suffered from imbalanced characters. Mk X seems like it's trying to solve the issue by having different variation for each character & interactables. I'll buy MK X day one, I hope it will meet the FGC expectation.
The only thing I'm worried about is that they could plague the game with new characters instead of keeping fan favorites. I mean if you got rid of most of the characters in Mario Kart or Smash Bros, and I mean the core characters who have been there since the start, there would be hell on. It wouldn't be the same Here hoping for the best though
I think I speak for everybody when I say the only character we really need is Johnny Cage.
I don't need cage, the only person I need is Kung Lao. Now I don't know if he'll make a return since he died in the last game.
Sub Zero for me.
Only Mortal Kombat fans should be worried. They're going to have Soul Calibur 5 tier characters, more new characters over classic characters that people wanted to return in MK9, and they're shoving in a bunch of Injustice mechanics. I'm not sure why they called this "Mortal Kombat" X. If anything it's more of a Injustice X...Or just X.
Injustice was a good game so not much of a complaint there, but I think they'll go back to the same concept that MK9 had
Eh, at least a good game is getting a sequel, thank god we're not getting a sequel to that garbage DMC reboot...
You never know. DmC is getting a PS4 port, so they might be working on DmC 2
why should we be worried? they always deliver when it comes to mortal kombat.
As much as I want your comment to be true I've played two terrible Mk games in the past, but these were not the core fighters. It was Subzero Mythologies and Mk:Special Forces both ps1 games :P
Should we stop giving these stupid articles that are so negative clicks? yes. Should we be worried about mortal combat X. No.
+1 So much negativity. We get more articles about discussing negative things than those celebrating our supposed passion, pretty sad tbh.
It'll be a great game full of "Konent" Like Mortal Kombat 9 before it and Injustice Gods Among us this game will be gold.
It's apparent that some people need some REAL problems to worry about...
Give me reptile please thats all
kotal kahn,scorpion and raiden are looking great: raiden's new moveset makes him look like an actual god scorpion new design makes him look like a true ninja
What's with all these articles? "should we be worried about X game?" It gets a little tiring.
The game is still a long way off release (and in good hands). What I've seen so far looks very promising. Sure they killed off many characters in MK9, but this is a good thing imo... more room for NEW characters.
All of a sudden n4g worries about everything .... This game will rock. Day one for me.
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