Hey everyone -- just wanted to to drop a note here about this event! We ran the first one this past weekend, and it was an absolute blast. The format is 2vs2, PS4 -- so you pick a partner, and play a mini-team set for each opponent, with the team that eliminates both players on the other team moving on. Here's the entire tournament from the weekend...
Warner Bros. Games today announced Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, a new expanded version of Mortal Kombat 11, the fastest selling title in franchise history with more than 8 million units sold globally to date.
Hey what's up everybody! So I don't know if you guys have been keeping up with me or Slayer's social media lately, but for those who haven't, I recently came up with an exciting new competitive format that I like to call the NRS Gauntlet..
Below is a list of characters that I personally believe have variations that can be justified to play, as well as variations that do little to justify playing them. Please note: this list does not focus on a character's universal struggles...
Fucking hilarious. After ditching the entire NRS scene EVO finds itself having to rely on only Online games for 2020 and soon discovered that all the games they picked for main stage have absolutly horrible online.
So they have gone through the FGC adding in games with good online.
This has made Killer Instinct, Skull Girls and of course MK11 and something called "Herds" I know nothing about, are all main games for the 4 week event.
LAN Lords Gaming Centre Presents The LAB Weekly 1 Qualifier
This is a qualifier event for the $1000 CAD Top 8 Invitational. All rules for the Top 8 qualifier can be found here: https://smash.gg/TheLABTop8
Anyone who is invited will be eligible to play for a total prize pool of $1000 plus other merch, medals/trophies and memorabilia for The LAB!
-Wants to support the game for long time.
-Would love to have Kustom Variations in Competitive.
-Already working on their next project.
Taking cues from its predecessors--Mortal Kombat X and the DC Comics fighting game Injustice 2--MK11 is an evolving game, and the game we have now isn't the game we had at launch. Celebrating its first year anniversary this month, MK11 shows that the series is firing on all cylinders with its competitive tournament scene and a suite of updates. These have improved current characters and introduced new ones, including the most recent guest appearance, '90s comics icon Spawn.
While MK has had a reputation for sticking close to its gimmick of cartoon violence, MK11 features the most refined combat and in-depth customization to date, proving there's much more going on under the hood than some people think. Furthermore, it doesn't get enough credit for also being a highly approachable fighting game, giving newcomers plenty...