New MK trailer shows off Johnny Cage

Wednesday, 12th January 2011 09:34 GMT By Debabrata Nath


A new Mortal Kombat trailer features the dev team over at Netherrealm taking us through the process of creating the latest version Johnny Cage for the fight reboot.

The developer admits that Cage is not the brightest of MK characters, but that it was fun portraying him in-game.

Cage is part of the fighter’s original roster of 24 characters.

PS3 owners will also get to play Kratos from God of War.

Mortal Kombat releases sometime this year for PS3 and Xbox 360.



  1. xino

    LOL…the ending:)

    #1 4 years ago
  2. theevilaires

    WTF is this. Are they trying to be funny or something? That wasn’t cool this game is basically Mortal Kombat vs DC without the DC characters and blood again. Who the hell do they think they are fool and the girl making a jersey shore reference I just felt like slapping her.

    All douchebags, come on next Soul calibur!

    #2 4 years ago
  3. Michael O’Connor

    “Are they trying to be funny or something?”

    Yes, and they succeeded. Johnny Cage has always been a tool. It’s certainly more interesting than some straight-faced attempt to make us care about some ridiculous caricature character.

    “That wasn’t cool this game is basically Mortal Kombat vs DC without the DC characters and blood again.”

    And you are basing this on… what, exactly?

    How the hell is it even remotely like Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe? That game had absolutely no balance or depth to it in the slightest, something which this game is striving for, and based on what I’ve played so far, something they’re succeeding in achieving.

    “All douchebags, come on next Soul Calibur!”

    Soul Calibur hasn’t been relevant since Soul Calibur 2. It’s an unbalanced mess with gameplay mechanics that don’t even work.

    The frame data for guard impacts is so bad and off that they actually leave you open instead of giving you an advantage.

    Of course, this would require you to actually know what you’re talking about. Which you don’t. Not that that really surprises anyone.

    #3 4 years ago
  4. osric90

    Mortal Kombat died in 1997, never going to be the same of better… Not saying this for nostalgia, just because the later MK games (DA, Deception, Armageddon, Vs. Dc) were awfully done and “fighting styles” didn’t even looke like the real ones in the slightest way… And the slow gameplay, robotir characters’ moves and a thousand other things… Made it the garbage it is today. I hope they announce a title which really can offer the equivalent of what was a bloody, fast, fun, interesting and epic fighting sci-fi/fantasy fighting game I remember from past days.

    #4 4 years ago

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