Already falling in love and growing up with Mortal Kombat since a long time ago, of course it didn’t become a barrier for us to play this eleventh series. Mortal Kombat 11 has arrived in hand and has given us a very positive initial impression. For those of you who have had the chance to read our first impressions, surely you have got an idea of what NetherRealm Studios is actually offering in this one ambitious fighting game. And according to our previous promises, it has now arrived for us to give a discussion on Mortal Kombat 11 through this review.
Continuing the story of Mortal Kombat X, Earthrealm “once again” was saved thanks to Cassie Cage who had succeeded in replacing Shinnok. But of course the threat does not stop there, knowing Shinok has been defeated and Raiden managed to disrupt the balance between good & bad, the mother of Shinnok – Kronika intends to avenge her child while creating a new world, a world where he can rule according to his will.
To be able to do this, he needed 2 media, the missing crown and a device called hour glass. Of course he didn’t do the action himself, with the help of Liu Kang & Kitana who had been manipulated by darkness and with his ability to manipulate time, Kronika managed to bang the dimension of time so he could get help from fighters in the past.
This eventually made Raiden disappear in the future and brought fighters in the past into the future, including fighters who had died like Shao Khan. But fortunately, not only the fighters on the Kronika side were called, the younger versions of the fighters in the past who were still not manipulated, such as Liu Kang, Kung Lao, Kitana, and of course the young Raiden themselves were also called.
Although the “good” fighters got enough assistance, some of them had to face young and old versions of disputes that had different ideologies. For example, like the young Scorpion who is still burned with vengeance and anger, it sided with the Kronika and opposed Scorpion in the past.