Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition

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  • Smooth and gorgeous visuals.
  • Finally on PC.
  • In-depth story modes to grace a fighting game.


  • Online has some issues.
  • Shao Kahn is still incredibly cheap.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PCGamer on 67

MK’s developers NetherRealm have released another fighting game – Injustice: Gods Among Us – in the years since MK’s console launch, blessed with a less alienating setting and a combat system better loved by the fighting community. Wait for that, due on PC later this year.

By Gaming Nexus on 85

Over two years after it hit the home consoles, Mortal Kombat is finally making its way to the PC. This port may be called the "Komplete Edition," but it lacks much of the content found in last year's PS Vita release. Even in its inkomplete state,...

By GameSpot on 85

Likewise, the return to 2D fighting and a substantially tweaked control system have made the game more accessible for newcomers, seriously fast, and lots of fun. Plus, no other fighting game lets you knee your opponents in the groin and proceed to tear their bodies in half. And really, isn't that what Mortal Kombat is all about?

By GameSpot on 85

Over-the-top, bloody, and bursting with even more content, Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition on PC is far and away the best version of this excellent fighting...

By ZTGD on 90

For the few that have yet to play it though, you are in for a treat. The PC version is by far the best looking iteration of the game, and the amount of content packed in here will keep players occupied for months. That is of course if the online manages to get a foothold.

By EuroGamer IT on 70

Gli attuali problemi dell'online di Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition rischiano di ostacolare la crescita della community del gioco su PC, penalizzando tutti coloro alla ricerca di avversari con cui mettersi alla prova. Considerata la qualità del gioco è un vero peccato. Non resta che sperare in eventuali patch future.

By DigitalChumps on 86

The Komplete Edition shines on PC other than Story mode cutscene quality and, more importantly, some annoying online lag issues. Neither is a deal-breaker for me though, and at $30, I have no problem recommending it for purchase.

By GamerHub on 90

Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition has its performance hiccups, and the online isn't as robust as promised just yet, but you still get a fine 2D brawler that's in mostly prime form for a very affordable price. If you're a fan of the series, this is a must; and if you're tired of taking the usual circles with Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, it's well worth a look.

By Metodologic on 90

Esta versión PC incluye todos aquellos añadidos que llegaran en las versiones para consola en forma de DLC, pudiendo así jugar desde el principio con Kenshi, Rain, Skarlet o el mismísimo Fredy Krueger, además de contar con multitud de añadidos a la usanza de los trajes clásicos de la serie.

By MonsterVine on 80

The PC release for Mortal Kombat 9 is a great port and should be picked up by any fighting game fans who didn’t already get it on consoles. Hopefully more fighting games release on PC at the same time as consoles instead of making people wait two years for a port.

By FrontTowardsGamer on 80

If you were looking for a new way to experience Mortal Kombat on the PC, you’re not getting that; what you are getting is a very well-built port of Mortal Kombat on the PC, and it’s hard to complain about that.

By GameZone on 90

For $29.99, you're getting an amazing deal for an amazing fighting game. The amount of content offered is staggering. Though some may argue that the game is a little too late on the PC, I disagree. Mortal Kombat certainly withstands the test of time. Now hopefully enough people will buy into it so the online is a little more robust.

By DustyCartridge on 70

Considering the low cost of the Komplete Edition though, it’s a gamble NetherRealm might get away with. And it helps that Mortal Kombat is the reboot that the franchise has been crying out for ages; it’s just a shame it took this long before Australians were allowed to fully appreciate it.

By Destructoid on 70

A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun.

By DigitalTrends on 90

Plus while there is a decent amount of new content, it is less than most re-releases of games that are re-packaged with DLC. Knocking off $20 or so could also have possibly lured in people that would otherwise not have considered purchasing the game. Still, as fighting games go, it remains one of the best, high price or not.