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Mortal Kombat creator asking for DLC fighter suggestions


1:20 PM on 01.14.2011
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It already sounds like Mortal Kombat is going to have a massive on-disc roster. But developer Netherrealm Studios hasn't been shy about its plans to add content via downloads, including everything from characters to levels, and even fatalities.

Series creator Ed Boon is now dropping hints on Twitter about potential post-release additions to the Twitter. The developer asked his followers for an "order of preference" for the following: Rain, Shinnok, Kenshi, Robo-Smoke, or a completely new character. He also mentioned the raven-haired fighter, Tayna, who first appeared in Mortal Kombat 4.

Any preferences folks? Personally, as much as love the classics, I'm always interested in seeing some new faces. You always take a big chance with newbies, but what is life but a series of risks? Well, videogames are serious business, so maybe we should play it safe -- I'll take one Kenshi, Ed!

Ed Boon Teases At Mortal Kombat's DLC Characters [Giant Bomb]






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