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    We review Mortal Kombat X
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    Last Tuesday Mortal Kombat X (the second console game we gave away and this time for both Xbox One and PS4) was released, and unlike most, we received our copy to review Monday. Our console game tester immediately began work, and after a week of testing, streaming, and challenging our readers we have comprised a detailed review. From our five favorite characters to play our analysis of the campaign. For many of us Mortal Kombat was a console game we all played when we were younger, and for many of us, it was the Sega version (as you may remember was uncensored, unlike its counterpart Nintendo). From the moment it was released on October 8, 1992, the arcade games was an instant sensation, and even became the topic of a congressional hearing.image The hearing centered around the overall violence of the game, from the overwhelming popular character rivals Scorpion and Sub-Zero to the ultra-violent finishing moves known as fatalities. Mortal Kombat was the first game to ever reach the steps of Congress; ultimately the hearing resulted in what we now know as the ESRB video game rating system. This rating system would be able to help parents choose which games they would allow their children to play, and allow retailers to know who they could and could not sell to. Admits all this controversy the now bankrupt Midway made a game that fans truly loved. The now legendary roster of Lui Kang, Kung Lao, Johnny Cage, Jax, Radian, Goro, Sonya Blade, Scorpion, and Sub-Zero (to name a few) have changed a bit over the years. None more than the tenth installment of the franchise “Mortal Kombat X” in which we see four offspring of four popular characters: Jax, Sonya Blade, Johnny Blade, and Kenshi with a fourth member being a distant cousin of Lui Kang. These are the main protagonist that along with the few additional fights comprise the story mode. Each fighter adds a piece of the plot and you must fight as each of them to complete the overall story mode. This will also help you test each fighter to see which you prefer as a few things have changed since the game’s original1992 debut. Quite possibly the most surprising characters of the offspring had to be Cassie Cage (daughter of Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade), and Jacqui Briggs (daughter of Jax Briggs). Both are very quick and offer different, but equally deadly special attacks, and combinations.

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    Cassie Cage, the daughter of Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade, followed her mom into Special Forces. She uses two pistols in combat along with a nightstick.

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    Jacqui, like her father Jax, is a Special Forces member. She wears mechanical gauntlets to make her punches even more damaging than usual.

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