Mortal Kombat 9 Official Story

Mortal Kombat (also known as Mortal Kombat 9) is a 2D fighting game with 3D graphics (2.5D) and is part of the Mortal Kombat series. Developed by NetherRealm Studios (formerly known as WB Games Chicago and Midway Games Chicago), it is the ninth installment in the series and the first published exclusively under the Warner Bros. label. Mortal Kombat was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems on April 19, 2011 in North America, and on April 21 in Europe.

The game's storyline involves Thunder god Raiden attempting to change the present (the events of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon) by contacting his former self during the events of the earliest titles of the Mortal Kombat series (Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat II, and Mortal Kombat 3).

Mortal Kombat was officially announced on June 10, 2010, accompanied with a debut trailer showcasing the new presentation and gameplay features. Although the game won several awards at E3 2010, it is currently banned in Australia due to the extreme violence. The game offers Challenges, and additional features such as an on-line mode and the new four player tag-team system. Exclusive downloadable content is also available via select retailers.

Story Line:

The god Raiden, about to be killed by Shao Kahn, casts a spell on his now shattered magical amulet, directing it to contact his past self with the message 'he must win'.

During the events of the very first tournament, hosted by Shang Tsung, a past version of Raiden sees visions of the future courtesy of a now cracked amulet. Raiden comes to the conclusion that fighter Liu Kang is to win the tournament and save Earthrealm from Outworld. Although Liu Kang succeeds, Raiden's amulet continues to deteriorate, a sign that future events remain unchanged. Disappointed with Outworld's defeat, Shao Kahn orders Shang Tsung's execution, but relents when the sorcerer suggests holding the second tournament in Outworld. Raiden attempts to change the timeline by substituting Kung Lao for Liu Kang (the original winner of the Outworld tournament) as the champion of the second tournament. Shao Kahn, however, kills Kung Lao in combat, with Liu Kang retaliating and mortally wounding the villain. Raiden notes the timeline is still unaffected as his amulet continues to deteriorate.

Healed by the sorcerer Quan Chi, Kahn enters into an alliance and invades Earthrealm. Together with fighters such as Nightwolf, Raiden and Liu Kang attempt to stop Kahn, although many of their allies are murdered by Kahn's resurrected wife Sindel. Nightwolf sacrifices himself to kill Sindel in turn.

Raiden confronts Quan Chi, and learning of the alliance with Kahn, realizes that the message 'he must win' refers to Kahn himself - if he is allowed to merge Outworld and Earthrealm, he will be punished by the Elder Gods for a violation of the Mortal Kombat code. Liu Kang, however, blames Raiden for the death of their allies and attacks an approaching Shao Kahn. In trying to preserve the future, Raiden accidentally kills Liu Kang. Grief-stricken, Raiden surrenders to Shao Kahn. The Elder Gods intervene, possessing Raiden and using him as a vessel to condemn and punish Kahn for breaking the Mortal Kombat code. After killing Kahn, Raiden vows to rebuild Earthrealm with survivors Johnny Cage and Sonya.

A watching Quan Chi is discovered to have a secret alliance with his master Shinnok, who intends to take advantage of the chaos and the elimination of Kahn to conquer both Outworld and Earthrealm in the name of the Netherrealm.

The Darkest Hour 3225 izleme
The Informers 4309 izleme
Up Trailer 8624 izleme