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A conflict between a regretful present-day Jax and the gung-ho Jax of the past is the only thing resembling character development in this throwaway story of mirror matches. Jax! Will you challenge him? Quan Chi: Back, Forward, Back, Forward, Low Kick. Prison Stage Fatality: Down, Down, Back, Back, High Kick. Battle Staff: Back, Forward, Low Punch. Vertical Cannonball: Forward, Down, Forward, High Punch. Mortal Kombat 11: it’s got blood and you punch things. And that’s it really, it’s hard to care about anybody else.

It’s a bad superhero movie without the popcorn. Don’t wanna play – too bad. A big bad lady has brought the “past” versions of the heroes and villains into the present. The story mode of this knuckledust ‘em up may be impeccably animated and packed with impressively choreographed fight scenes (surprisingly long cinematics between matches) but it is a stupid kung-fu fantasy, not a drama. The studio has promised adjustments to this mode (some may have already been patched in by the time you read this). Those cinematics between fights at least have enough action movie dumbassery to elicit frequent snorts of laughter. But it is a chore, filled with “modifiers” that turn what would be great fights into irksome scraps that feel unfair. But I’ve yet to feel the benefit. Uneven design. It doesn’t feel like an even fit on both sides of the mask.

This is a remarkably good fighting game, and it feels like a disservice to the craftsmanship of its creators not to acknowledge that. A lot of changes have been made to the main fighting mechanics, including both new features and some changes made in Mortal Kombat 9. The energy bar returns, allowing players to execute powered-up special attacks and gory moves called X-Rays depending on how much energy they have.