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The Joker's Fatality puts a smile on your face

9:00 AM on 08.23.2008

There’s something oddly beautiful about watching the Joker in action in Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe after checking out The Dark Knight. The classic Batman villain has been everywhere recently, including HAWP. One of the questions I have always had about MK Vs. DC is how exactly the developers are going to navigate the new Teen rating while still having the visceral charm of Mortal Kombat. My question has been answered in the form of the Joker's Fatality.

If the screenshot above and accompanying video after the break aren’t enough to get your juices flowing about the game, then I don’t know what will. My excitement meter has finally reached critical mass. That means it passed over previous staples of excitement that include cinnamon pretzels, blueberry pie, and flamethrowers.

What do you guys think? Is this enough to satisfy your sinister urges? Do you think The Joker’s fatality is apt? Or will Mortal Kombat Vs DC Universe ultimately be a waste of your time?

[via Ripten and NeoGAF]


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