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Mortal Kombat 2011: Every Finishing Move

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Mortal Kombat 2011 (aka Mortal Kombat 9) is making thumbs hurts across the US after its release.

A slight thumb pain isn't much, though, compared to having your body cut in two, your head sliced off then your head sliced in half.

That's the tough lesson learned by the poor fools who go up against Scorpion in the new game, when the words 'Finish Him' land on screen.

In fact, that's one of the more PG-13 ways to go, as proven by this round up of (almost) every standard finishing move in the game as well as every secret one. Stryker, put down the hand gun, we won't ask you again...

Mortal Kombat is set for an April 21st UK release on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems.



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