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Mortal Kombat 11 is the 259th episode of Fandom Games' comedy series Honest Game Trailers. It was written by Max Song, Andrew Bird and Spencer Gilbert. It parodies the fighting video game Mortal Kombat 11. It was published on January 14, 2020. It has been viewed over 300,000 times.

Script Edit

This is rated S for Spoilers.

In a world of blood, battle, and bone-snapping, get ready for another heaping helping of gore, the likes of which you have totally seen before, but this time with... time travel? Eh, sure, why not? You try to think of something new after ten of these.

Mortal Kombat 11

Change your C's into K's like a late-90's metal band (Korn) and step into the series that perfected video game violence, as MK11 gives you next-gen giblets that push the limits of hardware and taste with murders that creep so close to photo-realism, it's even more ridiculous when everyone gets right back up like they're Wile E. Coyote, providing a fun game where you get to giggle at someone getting their eyes punched out, then tell yourself it's not making you into a dead-eyed psychopath. (Jade performs a Fatality on Baraka) Hahahahahaha! I'm desensitized to human suffering...

Prepare to experience the final coup de grâce to the Mortal Kombat universe, where Ed Boon-- I mean, an all-powerful god (Kronika) will bring back everyone from an alternate dimension to face their evil counterparts/non-evil counterparts/counterparts that turn evil but aren't actually, in an excuse to watch old characters beat down the new ones in a premise that's thinner than most Marvel movies, but eventually leads to one of the most alpha endings in video games ever: dumping all the previous canon in the garbage, cutting its head off, then suplexing it into the Sun, in the best fighting game narrative since... the last time the developer did this. Remember when Superman lasered that kid (Shazam) in the face?! (whispering) Never forget...

Flying-kick your way into the unique mechanics of the NetherRealm games, that modernizes Mortal's combat without getting rid of the trademark weird stiffness it's had since the 90's, as you chain together different moves for devastating combos that will take away... 30% OF YOUR LIFE BAR?! ARE YOU F*CKING KIDDING ME?! ...causing you to cradle that "Block" button like you're holding Baby Yoda, until you're caught mid-animation and taken to Poundtopia, unless you can use the new Fatal Attack desperation mechanic that will allow a last chance to not go out like a biggity-biatch and execute the real strategy of kings: Never. Stop. Uppercutting. ("Whoopsie!")

Discover the many modes of MK11, from the Ranked mode where you can go to get a brand-new orifice, to the Tower mode that will have everyone on the roster run a train on you, while you grind for the game's 47 different fake currencies that you'll go to spend on unlockables and weird one-time effects in the Krypt, a fully-3D explorable space that feels like one of the shopping sprees they used to have on Nickelodeon.

Boy: Nickelodeon kids really do win, and that's a fact.

So sharpen those elbows and get ready to throw a bear trap, have that bear trap open a hole in their torso, then shoot out their brain from said hole in their torso, in a perfect synergy of camp and badassery that will always be a timeless guilty pleasure. <sigh> Now it's time to kick back and watch some people crush each other's spines for fun!

Johnny Cage: (using Kano as a ventriloquist's dummy) "Aw, I got totally ripped!" (the crowd boos and throws tomatoes at them)

Hohoho, Johnny, you card!

Starring:

  • Sexy Donatello (Mela Lee as Jade)
  • Arthur Morgan (Troy Baker as Erron Black)
  • Slipknot Reject (Jonathan Cahill as Kabal)
  • No Oddjob (Sunil Malhotra as Kung Lao)
  • Ice to Meet You (Steve Blum and Dimitri Vegas as Sub-Zero)
  • Fire Hazard Naruto (Ron Yuan and Ed Boon as Scorpion)
  • Seafood Salad (Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Cetrion)
  • Extremely Violent Elsa (Sara Cravens as Frost)
  • Angry Toothpicks (Steve Blum as Baraka)
  • Weeaboo Thor (Richard Epcar as Raiden)
  • Blackarachnia (Kelly Hu as D'Vorah)
  • Double Barret (William Stephens as Jax)
  • Black Sandman (Dave B. Mitchell as Geras)
  • Guy Ritchie Reject (JB Blanc as Kano)
  • Slaughter of the Year (Erica Lindbeck as Cassie Cage)
  • Esidisi (Phil LaMarr as Kotal Kahn)
  • Blood Rayne (Beata Poźniak as Skarlet)
  • Murder Mom (Ronda Rousey as Sonya Blade)
  • Jean Claude Van Damme (Andrew Bowen as Johnny Cage)
  • Pingu Noob Noob (Sean Chiplock as Noob Saibot)
  • Methamphetamine Gollum (Andrew Morgado as The Kollector)
  • Fandango (Kari Wahlgren as Kitana)
  • Sheva Up Your Ass (Megalyn Echikunwoke as Jacqui Briggs)
  • Kang Fury (Matthew Yang King as Liu Kang)
  • Skelethot (Ike Amadi as Shao Kahn)
  • Elvira Dead and Loving It (Mara Junot as Sindel)
  • John Redcorn (Daniel Lujan as Nightwolf)
  • A Number 3 (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Shang Tsung)
  • T 8 Dollars (Chris Cox as The Terminator)

...and...

  • Tilda Swinton (Jennifer Hale as Kronika)

Time Crisis 11

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The honest title for Mortal Kombat 11 was 'Time Crisis 11.'

I think the best thing about this whole "time travel" thing is that they now have an excuse to bring back Shang Tsung from the live-action films.

Shang Tsung: Your brother's soul is mine!

I mean, if you think about it, it's really the Casablanca of video game movies.

Shang Tsung: Fatality.

I stand by this statement.

Viewer Comments Edit

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Reception Edit

Honest Game Trailers - Mortal Kombat 11 has a 96.6% approval rating from YouTube viewers.

Production Credits Edit

Honest game trailers mortal kombat 11

Written by Max Song, Andrew Bird and Spencer Gilbert

Edited by Max Song

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