Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat is a renowned fighting video game series known for its visceral combat, diverse roster of iconic characters, and graphic finishing moves called “fatalities.” Created by Ed Boon and John Tobias, the franchise debuted in 1992 and has since evolved with sequels and spin-offs. The games feature a complex storyline involving various realms and characters. Mortal Kombat gained attention for its realistic violence and introduced concepts like X-ray moves and brutalities. The gameplay involves one-on-one battles, and the series has a strong presence in the competitive gaming scene. Beyond video games, Mortal Kombat has expanded into movies, animated series, and comics, solidifying its status as a culturally influential and enduring gaming franchise.