"Mortal Kombat 1": Can we guess the killers based on fatalities?
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"Mortal Kombat 1": Can we guess the killers based on fatalities?

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We take a look at five "Mortal Kombat 1" fatalities and try to find out who the perpetrator was. Because they were brutally cut out.

"Mortal Kombat" is famous for its ultra-bloody fatalities. The iconic finish moves have enjoyed cult status since the first instalment in 1992. At the time, the explicit depiction of violence almost led to a general ban on such. Instead, age rating systems such as ESRB, PEGI and USK emerged. If you compare the first part with the latest one, you can only laugh at the comparatively harmless scenes from back then.

The very first «Mortal Kombat» looks harmless in comparison to the most recent spin-offs.
The very first «Mortal Kombat» looks harmless in comparison to the most recent spin-offs.
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Which Fatality belongs to which "Mortal Kombat 1" character?

26 spin-offs later, the series makes a new start with "Mortal Kombat 1". The exaggeratedly bloody fights and especially the fatalities reach new heights. The X-ray moves could be used as a teaching aid for doctors. Domagoj and I, on the other hand, try our hand at murder investigation. We look at five fatalities that our social media team has customised so that we don't see the murderer. All we see are the final scenes of the act. Will we still find out who did it?

"Mortal Kombat 1" is available from today for PC, PS5, Xbox Series and Switch.

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WB Mortal Kombat 1 - Premium Edition

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WB Mortal Kombat 1 Premium Edition (Xbox Series X, DE)
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WB Mortal Kombat 1 Premium Edition

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