Mod lets you play as all bosses in Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition

Jul 12, 2013 11:38 AM EDT | By Luke Caulfield (l.caulfield@gamenguide.com)

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Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition hit the PC recently, but there's something special that's now available for the PC version only, apart from all the DLC characters and skins that the game offers. PC players like to mod their games when they can, just to change up the experience a bit, and Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition is no different. The first mod for the game isn't dramatically different, but it does offer a first for the game, namely, it lets you play as all of the game's bosses.

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Goro, Kintaro, and Shao Khan are now completely in the hands of gamers, and only in the PC exclusive Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition...provided you download the mod, that is. The Xbox 360 version was bare bones, the PS3 version gave players Kratos, but it's only on the PC you get to wreak havoc as a four armed menace other than Sheeva. Not to mention all the game's DLC characters and different costumes.

Mortal Kombat's bosses were known as being far more difficult than the rest of the game's (arguably the series) opponents, with particular regard to their bone breaking X-ray moves. Most notably, Shao Khan's x-ray combo can chip away close to 60 percent of a player's life bar, making him very difficult to defeat.

The identity of the modder is unknown, but the mod was brought to addition by Guru3D forum member "blesner," who reports that the modder is currently working on bringing in Kratos of God of War fame to the PC version, which was initially an exclusive for the PS3 version of Mortal Kombat.

Those interested can download the mod here.

Besides the skins and "kharacters" and costumes, Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition bundles together three classic fatalities for Sub-Zero, Reptile, and Scorpion, as well as a soundtrack, "Mortal Kombat: Songs Inspired by the Warriors" album, and the 1995 "Mortal Kombat" film, because "Annhilation" was awful.

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