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Bone-breaking Mortal Kombat X Story Trailer

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A group of muscular fighters take a disliking to an opposing group of equally lumpy fighters; fisticuffs ensue. 

That, in essence is the storyline of any major beat'em'up title. Yet such is the complex mythos of Mortal Kombat that not only does it gets away with having a plot, but it can even turn (and break) some heads with a trailer for the plot. 

Showing off the glistening cinematic side of the tenth instalment, the trailer details some of the frown-fuelled story that will act as filler between the gloriously grizzly combat. 

If you're still finishing off your lunch, best save this one for later.

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