Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4) - Can it perform a 'Flawless Victory' against other fighting games ?

Through the years, Mortal Kombat has claimed it's place on the throne of fighting games in the eyes of many many gamers. I still remember playing the original Mortal Kombat 1 on my Sega Genesis and looking at the latest Mortal Kombat 11 on PS4 is an example of how the franchise has evolved into what it is today. We at Indigamer have logged many hours into this game. C0rvus and I get extra competitive and it's never just one match. The constant trash-talking in game adds more thrill to the entertainment.With that being said, Let's take a look at the latest Mortal Kombat 11 and why we too think it is the king of all fighting games.

Warning: Spoilers Ahead!

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Character Select:

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The character select screen is very appealing as the character you select comes on to perform a few warm up as he/she is getting ready for the battle! This looks extremely cool. Mortal Kombat 11 allows you to choose from a wide range of characters which also include classic fan favorites such as Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Liu Kang, Raiden and many others.

Stage select:

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The Fighting Stages of Mortal Kombat are beautifully created and offer unique interactions on each stage. Mortal Kombat 11 offers 21 well created stages where battles can take place. Some of these stages are also incorporated into Story Mode.


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The story of Mortal Kombat 11 takes place two years after the events of Mortal Kombat X . We believe this story is best experienced and hence we will not be describing anything in detail about except the manner in which the story progresses.

Core Characters involved in Mortal Kombat 11's story are each given a chapter of their own. Players get to play through 12 chapters in the same fashion and the story mode offers tons of interactive cut-scenes and decision-based story timeline which makes it very engaging!



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Kung Lao: "These hands cut diamonds"

Sub-Zero: "Diamonds don't fight back"

Pre-fight sequences in Mortal Kombat are very entertaining to see two characters offer a piece of their mind before the fight begins! These sequences are crafted based on the relation between those two characters of the fight or their characteristics.


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This is what we're all here for! The fight begins and if you're a new player you tend to button smash your controller in hopes of beating your opponent. This is an amateur mistake and once should study the moves list of his character by pressing the 'START' button on your controller. Practice makes some of these moves easy and stringing these moves together in a match along with timed blocks is key for victory.

Once you've bested your little brother/sister in the game, time to show off your skills online where there are more seasoned players looking for a tough challenge .


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Fatalities have been around essentially since the early days of Mortal Kombat. A Fatality is when you've won the match and upon pressing a specific button combo, your character performs a rather heinous but glorious set of moves which decimate your opponent mostly into pieces.


  • Indigamer recommends Mortal Kombat 11 to all fighting game enthusiasts.

  • Brilliant Graphics and visuals.

  • The game-play is redefined and feels more robust compared to it's predecessors.

  • Amazing Interactive cut-scene based Story Mode.

  • We feel it is truly the king of fighting games.


Indigamer Score - 9.1/10

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