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Mortal Kombat X live stream on PlayStationLATAM right now, Tyler Lansdown to show more Goro

Updated: The event has ended now, but we've tossed a stream archive into this story so you can check it out still.

It looks like a surprise Mortal Kombat X live stream is taking place today over on PlayStationLATAM.

Community specialist at NetherRealm Studios, Tyler Lansdown, will be at the helm of this live broadcast.

Although it is currently unclear what is scheduled to be shown off today, with Tyler in attendance there's a fairly good chance we'll see some more character breakdowns. At the very least, we will witness more Mortal Kombat X gameplay footage before the game hits stores next week.

Check out the live stream below.

Mortal Kombat X official launch trailer featuring System of a Down now live

The official Mortal Kombat X trailer is now available for viewing online.

Directed by System of a Down's Shavo Odadjian, in this trailer we see a number of epic clips from the game's Story Mode and general gameplay footage all set to the band's hit song, Chop Suey.

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Mortal Kombat X will be released on April 14 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Hit the jump to view the official launch trailer.

Jax rips your head open and puts a cigar out on you, Jacqui lands a barrage of punches: Check out the Briggs' Fatalities and X-Ray attacks

Yesterday, the Mortal Kombat X All Access stream ran for roughly 5 full hours. We saw quite a few things for the first time here, including official Goro gameplay (including his Fatalities), more of MKX's Test Your Luck mode, and more.

During the broadcast, Jax and his daughter Jacqui also made an appearance, and for the first time ever we were shown their first Fatalities, in full, and their X-Ray attacks.

So, rather than have you sift through 5 hours of footage to find them, we've gone ahead and tracked the down for you. To start, we have Jacqui's X-Ray attack: a barrage of torso punches, followed by a devastating uppercut and finishing with a leaping punch to the spine.

Warning: These GIFs are graphic and not for the feint of heart.

Jacqui Briggs' X-Ray attack

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Hit the jump to see the rest.

Variation descriptions added to Mortal Kombat X move lists on EventHubs

We here at EventHubs continue to update our Mortal Kombat X move listings with as much information as we can find.

Today, we're happy to announce that Variation descriptions have been added to all 19 of the characters we currently have in our moves database. This includes all three Variations for every character in our moves section.

Want to find out what Liu Kang's Variation C is all about? Or how about Shinnok's Variation A? Well, we've got them!

We will continue to update our Mortal Kombat X move lists each time we acquire new info. Naturally, once the game drops you can expect a fully fleshed out MKX moves section here on EventHubs.

Hit the jump to check out the 19 Mortal Kombat X characters' moves and Variations we have here on the site.

Goro's second Fatality may be even more brutal than the first! Check out both of his Mortal Kombat X finishers here

The All Access Mortal Kombat X stream is currently underway. As promised, the first ever gameplay of Goro was shown off.

During the live stream, both of Goro's Fatalities were demonstrated in full. Now we get to see the ending of the first one that was teased in his official trailer and an all new finisher.

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I have to say, I think Fatalitiy #2 may be more gruesome than the first.

What do you think about Goro's Mortal Kombat X Fatalities? Let us know in the comment below.

Source: Amazon Games.

Goro lives! 5-hour Mortal Kombat X live stream to show more Goro and tons of gameplay footage

Updated with stream archive: We've added a stream archive to this stream from today's MKX showcase.

Earlier: There is quite a large Mortal Kombat X event going on in San Fransisco today.

The All Access happening will bring fans together with gaming celebrities and the game's developers for a day of Mortal Kombat goodness. This live broadcast is kicking off here shortly and is scheduled to have enough content to satisfy any MKX fan until the game drops in 10 days.

So what can we expect to see on stream today? Well, the event's official website promises an exclusive Goro reveal, Twitch celebrity match ups, sit-downs with MKX developers and much more. The stream is scheduled to run for 5 hours, so there is no doubt we'll be seeing a ton of new gameplay footage here.

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The event will begin in about 30 minutes (from when this article was posted), so be sure to tune in here on EventHubs.

Goro Mortal Kombat X gameplay footage shows off brutal X-ray and fatality

One of the most anticipated playable characters finally had some gameplay footage shown for him. Mortal Kombat X's Goro gameplay debut happened tonight, and you also get to see his outrageous fatality and X-ray move.

If you're jazzed about playing this four-armed beast, half-man, half-dragon, you're going to love this clip. Here are a few screen captures.

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You can find the footage below.

Kenshi makes sashimi with a blender – check out his gruesome fatality, gameplay footage, and more from the Kombat Kast here

Yesterday, NetherRealm ran episode 8 of their Mortal Kombat Kast to talk about and play the latest iteration of their flagship series. Throughout the Mortal Kombat X footage, you'll see brutalities, fatalaties, and a great outline of Kenshi as a character. Of course, he's not the only one you'll see played in the footage, but it's fantastic to see him detailed in action.

Just to get your taste for destruction salivating, check out these GIFs of Kenshi's X-Ray attack and his fatality, both involving enough slicing and dicing to make a knife salesman blush. Needless to say, neither the GIFs or the footage are safe for work. After making it through the appetizer, make sure to check out the stream recording below.

Piecing together twenty years of Mortal Kombat by going inside NetherRealm Studios

Recently, Polygon's Charlie Hall paid a visit to NetherRealm Studios to learn more about the team behind one of the most violent games every to stock shelves. "From outside, Chicago's NetherRealm studios could be anything," Hall writes. "Before it was a home to the team behind the Mortal Kombat franchise, producer Shawn Himmerick says their section of the low-slung white office complex used to be a bank."

Taking advantage of the soundproof nature of a bank vault, NetherRealm holds nothing back in creating the revolting and fantastic audio that accompanies the brutal fatalaties the series has been known for for more than two decades.

Like most fighting games, however, Mortal Kombat is forced to appeal to two audiences: the hardcore crowd studying every frame of data for tournaments and fans with pleasant memories of gruesome gatherings around the television with friends.

To find out more about NetherRealm Studios, continue reading below.

Kenshi officially confirmed playable, farmer Jax and mime Johnny Cage skins revealed, and full MKX character select screen shown

The latest Kombat Kast is currently underway, and already we've been shown a handful of new things.

Firstly, two new skins were introduced: farmer Jax and mime Johnny Cage. These can be acquired in the Mortal Kombat X mobile game and can be used in both the mobile and console versions. In order to get theses alternate skins, you'll have to head over to WBPlay and sign up to connect the mobile version of MKX with your console version, once both games are released.

Additionally, Kenshi has been officially confirmed as a playable character in Mortal Kombat X. We had only seen hints and potential glimpses of him being in the game, but today he has been shown off in the console version.

And for those who have been wanting to see the final character select screen (sans DLC characters), you can also find it here.

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'Anytime, anywhere' - Mortal Kombat X Kombat Kast live stream, will show mobile and console gameplay

Updated: The stream is now live.

Earlier: The good folks at NetherRealm Studios return again this week for another Kombat Kast.

Today's broadcast promises to show off the mobile version of Mortal Kombat X and "much more." Additionally, the battle for the belt between Tyler and Derek continues...

The stream will start up about 30 minutes from the time this story was written.

Grab your popcorn, sit back, and prepare for another dosage of Mortal Kombat X goodness.

Briggs family trailer for Mortal Kombat X feat. Jax and Jacqueline

NetherRealm Studios released a new trailer today showcasing the Briggs family, specifically Jax (Jackson) and his daughter, Jacqueline in Mortal Kombat X.

The trailer is just a little ways over a minute long, and shows some of their specials, X-Ray moves, and fatalities.

You can find it below.

Mortal Kombat X will let players turn off negative edge, tag special move inputs to be displayed on-screen during a match

The Know has just published a video preview for Mortal Kombat X in which presenters Adam Kovic and James Willems get their co-host Lawrence Sonntag (who went to visit NetherRealm Studios in Chigago) to tell them about what he was able to check out.

Lawrence went into a lot of detail on the game, some of which you've probably heard about already elsewhere. But there's at least two features Lawrence mentioned that we haven't really quite heard about in other interviews or previews: the ability to turn off negative edge, and helpful feature to tag special moves so that their inputs are displayed on-screen during your match.

He also recorded quite a bit of footage from his play session, and the entire verbal exchange between Lawrence and his co-hosts was pretty entertaining to listen to, to boot.

Lawrence Sonntag: Where that came from is that, according to the combat designer he was watching a lot of tournaments and some people in MK9 would lose tournaments because special moves would come out when they didn't want them to. He wanted to expose these options so that people can play exactly how they want.

Adam Kovic: So that's why I've been losing in fighting games all those times. Negative edging.

Check out The Know's video preview of Mortal Kombat X below.

Ed Boon: The obscure character Tremor was included in Mortal Kombat X due to 'this swell of people pushing for it with petitions online'

When Tremor, Tanya, and Predator were revealed to be playable characters that would be added to Mortal Kombat X via a Kombat Pack add-on, one question that many fighting game fans asked were "who's Tremor and Tanya?"

Tremor and Tanya, of course, are relatively obscure fighters who made their first appearances in the franchise from Mortal Kombat: Special Forces and Mortal Kombat 4 (MK4), respectively.

What's particularly interesting about Tremor though is that, unlike Tanya who was a fully playable character in MK4, Tremor would be making his first fully playable appearance in Mortal Kombat X. Back in Special Forces, Tremor was not playable and only appeared during the cutscenes. And although you could play as Tremor in the PS Vita port of Mortal Kombat 9 as part of a couple of special tower events, the character himself isn't exactly selectable in Versus mode or online.

So why did the folks over at NetherRealm Studios decided to make him playable now, almost 15 years after his first (non-playable) appearance?

"A big reason [we decided to make him playable] was because of fans yelling loud enough," NetherRealm Studios Creative Director Ed Boon told GameSpot.

Mortal Kombat X move listings updated - Erron Black, Shinnok, Mileena, Kung Jin, Liu Kang and more added

DreamKing and I put in a long day yesterday to update our Mortal Kombat X move listings, and we've added some of the new characters, plus revised some of the older listings.

We'll have a complete listing up for the game as soon as possible, along with a rundown of the variations and what they do.

Plus, we'll be launching the usual sections like tiers and stats, on the same day that the game launches, April 14th, so please look forward to that.

You can find move listings for Erron Black, Shinnok, Mileena, D'Vorah, Kung Jin, Takeda, Liu Kang and updated sections for Ferra/Torr and Kotal Kahn. We've added links to all of the MKX moves sections below.

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