Mortal Kombat 11

Discussion in 'General' started by GustavoHeisenberg, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. GustavoHeisenberg

    GustavoHeisenberg Well-Known Member

    What are your thoughts on jt? It's the undisputed king of gore pron - that we all know.

    What do you guys think of the game balance? What did you guys think of MKX?

    I didn't play MKX and I haven't played MK since deadly alliance during my childhood. Nevertheless I've heard that with mk9 they got a bit serious about balance but since the animations looked lame I decided to pass it.

    I'm cautiously optimistic about MK11 yes it's a little cheesey but the game looks great - better than Tekken 7 actually

  2. GustavoHeisenberg

    GustavoHeisenberg Well-Known Member

    What do you think of an MK vs SF?

    Personally I'd love it with:
    MK graphics
    MK violence
    SF game balance

    SF: Ken Ryu Akuma Bison Gen Chun Li Cammy C Viper...
    MK: Scorpion Subzero Ermac Reptile Liu Kang Quan Chi Shang Tsung
  3. Lygophilia

    Lygophilia Well-Known Member

    Well, my silly self is struggling with retail therapy at the moment, but I might buy it anyway, since I only have a Nintendo Switch.

    I wish I had the interest like I did when I was young of spending so much time on fighter games and chess. Nothing seems to replace them.
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  4. GustavoHeisenberg

    GustavoHeisenberg Well-Known Member

    Try learning a new genre of games.

    Btw try burnout revenge - its not "just a racing game"
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  5. Lygophilia

    Lygophilia Well-Known Member

    That's something to be considered than risking my money on repeated dead ends I've been consistently making I with this genre. I went as far as I could go without having the money and time to travel so I may have a chance of progressing further.

    With chess, there was and still is competition in my state, but with fighters offline, are scarce. The one thing I regretted is that I shouldn't have dropped chess' competition in my state years ago to pursue this genre's competition, because I always stood at somewhat above mid level in FGs (which is unfulfilling to me) without the convenience of a dedicated scene.

    Nonetheless, I'm at this point of my life where I may have to either take a break from the genre and expose myself to new things or drop it altogether.
    Last edited: Apr 12, 2019
  6. Lygophilia

    Lygophilia Well-Known Member

    Perhaps it isn't my time yet to let them go. My therapist would always recommend games like chess and fighters due to it's high concentration. Without them, I get even more depressed, so they benefit from escaping from my outside problems, at least from a borderline. They still seem to be a vital part of my life.

    I can expand on them with re-adding Tetris, but I tend to play puzzles games anyway. I use to be an all around game player when I young, but I need replay value from my standards to the highest degree.
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2019
  7. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    Check out Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo, which is also known as,
    Super Puzzle Fighter 2 X in Japan.

    And check out the Puyo Puyo Fever games.

    Both are Tetris styled puzzle games, but they are different from each other
    and really fun too. If you have a dreamcast emulator, you can easily play
    both games, no matter what region, the game is from.

    In Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo, the final boss is Akuma aka. Gouki.
    And he plays, very, very cheap.:holla:
    I was fortunate to beat him, in one try with Ryu, a few weeks ago.:D
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2019
  8. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    I haven't played MK11 yet. But so far, the game looks really good.

    The game doesn't look too balanced. And if so, I am glad.
    Because playing a game, where all characters are at the same
    level, is kinda boring. Beating cheap characters, with normal
    characters, is always fun.:p

    MK and Tekken, have both always been called, cheesy, ridiculous
    unrealistic and over the top, by gamers for many years. But MK was
    always like, way more fun and super ridiculous.:p
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2019
  9. Lygophilia

    Lygophilia Well-Known Member

    Thank you, I've played that years ago, but I will get Crystal Crisis in May, since it's a puzzle tribute to Capcom's work. Puyo Puyo Tetris is on the Nintendo Switch, which I have.

    I'll skip on Mortal Kombat, but it's kind of unfortunate that I have this arcade stick for like 3 fighting games only. I miss the eat, breathe, and sleep dedication that I use to have. I accept that I'm no longer carefree anymore. I'll turn to things that are even more toward educational games.

    Your post kind of had me thinking on what I should do. Thank you still.
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  10. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    No probs dude.
    Oh, I forgot to mention Wetrix, which is also on dreamcast.
    I have watched people play it, that is one unusually fun game.:)
  11. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    GameXplain put up an 18 minute vid, showing MK11 in on the switch.
    Titled: 18 Minutes of Mortal Kombat 11 Nintendo Switch Gameplay!
    Despite a few downgrades in the visuals, it's looking good.
    Last edited: May 7, 2019
  12. Lygophilia

    Lygophilia Well-Known Member

    I just couldn't stay away for long, lol. Changed my mind about this game, because other genres unfortunately are flat to deal with sadly. Fighters and chess predominately for life I guess.
    Last edited: May 14, 2019
  13. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    Someone on Matt Simmons, Shantae stream last night, said that after watching alot of MK11 streams, he couldn't handle the gore anymore. He needed a change. I don't blame him.:p
  14. beanboy

    beanboy Well-Known Member

    I haven't played MK11 yet, but how are you guys, liking it so far?
  15. leftylizard

    leftylizard Well-Known Member

    blue mouthwash
    I had mk11 about 6 weeks and I liked it at first . Great graphics and decent story...but the gameplay seems to reward scrubs and people to lazy to put in that work. Gameplay got boring after a while and seemed to lack depth. I sold mk11 and brought tekken 7 and I'm very pleased with tekken 7. Mk11 is fun if depth isn't really important to you and you don't want to really practice a lot. Tekken 7 is for people looking for more depth and wanting to put in work and get very serious about a fighting game.

    Just my opinion.

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