Google ad accidentally reveals Terminator DLC for Mortal Kombat 11

He'll be back

Remember the original Mortal Kombat 11 DLC lineup leak? So far its been spot-on, save for a few characters that are yet to be revealed. One of those bits of DLC was tied to the Terminator in some way, and now we have a bit more evidence showing that the original leak was the real deal.

For a short time yesterday, a Google ad was popping up in search results showing Mortal Kombat 11 as getting Terminator DLC. The advert itself was for the official Mortal Kombat site, and not just some random news outlet or message board. Looks like the Terminator DLC is all but confirmed at this point.

The LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga dev team will at least consider an option for fans who want less talking and more grunts

Going back to the golden era

For a long time, LEGO games weren't voice acted, outside of various grunts, groans, and laughs. Things eventually shifted to fully-voiced dialog, and longtime series fans miss the days of simpler voice acting. Is there any chance a feature like that could come back for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga? According to James McLoughlin, Game Director of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, it's not out of the question.

GameStop interviewed Mr. McLoughlin, who addressed the many, man fan requests for more simple voice acting. While it's not a feature in the game, TT Games has definitely heard the requests, and the topic will at least be discussed. Ideas such as being able to turn the voice acting off, or going back to grunts, were at least floated during the interview. I guess we'll have to cross our fingers and hope for the best!

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is packing in tons of new features/content, and the devs were inspired by Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Help me Link, you're my only hope

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga isn't going to be rehash of previously-released LEGO Star Wars games. This is a completely new experience, and the dev team on the project is going all-out with changes, features, and content not seen in the LEGO game series before. Turns out the team has been inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild well. Check out the rundown of new details below, courtesy of a Kotaku hands-on session.

- the camera is closer in and behind-the back
- the camera is controlled freely with the analog stick
- the developers have changed the camera system because they believe kids have gotten better at free-control cameras
- combat now involves light attacks, heavy attacks and force moves
- the game looks more like it is composed of LEGO bricks than previous installments
- the in-game version of the Millennium Falcon would take roughly 18,000,000 bricks to be recreated in real life
- all spaceship interiors are rendered as if fully made of LEGOs, including action set in the Death Star
- the game also includes an all-LEGO Sarlacc Pit
- the game is broken up into nine regions, each consisting of two or three planets that are featured in the movies
- start the game by picking one of the nine main Star Wars films
- planets contain a mix of movie-centric material and more generalized Star Wars activities
- picking a movie unlocks some planets that include levels from those films
- players can always go back and start a new movie before finishing the one they started
- any planets unlocked for one movie will be available to freely visit even once another movie has been selected
- the movies are depicted through a mix of activities in the open world and discrete levels
- there will be five levels for each film
- the developers are trying to focus as much as possible on sections of the movies that weren’t turned into levels previously
- the first mission for the Phantom Menace will be the underwater chase through the core of the planet Naboo
- the devs say they didn’t have the tech to do that kind of stuff back in the day
- Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn’s arrival on a trade federation ship are handled in the game’s open world
- visit the Anchorhead region of Tatooine
- you'll see all sorts of characters here, including R2D2, Jawas and Banthas, which you can ride
- there are 500 quests in the game
- one quest involves translating for and then helping a Gonk droid
- the devs recognize the open world content needed a bit more 'oomph'
- the devs cited Legends Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as a source of inspiration on how to kick up this aspect of gameplay
-. the team says like in Breath of the Wild, the goal is that with every corner you turn, there’s always something to do
- the team is filling more of the world with puzzle
- the open world will have bounty hunter missions in which you go to a planet to seek a character hidden somewhere else
- here's also “smuggler’s runs” where you pick up cargo and have to fly it from system to system without being caught
- you can stop doing one sidequest before finishing it, start another, and the game will remember your progress
- Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker content hasn’t been put in the game yet, because the devs haven’t been told the plot
- the game will support co-op, with the view being split evenly during levels
- when asked about online co-op, the devs said they have the tech for it, but stopped short of confirming

Mortal Kombat's co-creator might be revealing DLC characters early due to good deed from E3 show-goers

It's a tough call

Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon might be on the hook to reveal at least one Mortal Kombat 11 DLC character early due to a feel-good story that came out of E3 2019. Of course, the feel-good story didn't start with anyone feeling good.

Yesterday, Boon took to Twitter to spread the word on the stolen car of gaming press veteran, Shane Satterfield. Satterfield came out of E3 to find his car missing, and had no idea where it could have been. All he had was info on when it disappeared.

A few hours later, Boon revealed that Satterfield had indeed found his car. It appears Satterfield went snooping around town to try and find where his car was hiding, and unbelievably, he happened upon it. With the car now back in his possession, fans are wondering if Boon is going to make good on his claim.

That's where the issue is, of course. A fan didn't find Satterfield's car, but Boon never said fans had to actually find the car. He asked those in/around E3 to help find the car in general. There's no doubt countless fans retweeted the info, got in touch with friends/family who were local, and spread the word to help get the car found. Now that it's back with its owner, does that mean Boon should reveal a DLC character?

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - more screens

Check out more screens here

For the first time in the series’ history, players can start the game at any point in the Star Wars timeline; fans can jump in with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, begin the original trilogy with Star Wars: A New Hope, or launch right into Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga seeing release in Japan

Search your feelings, you will know it to be true

It took a couple days, but we finally have confirmation of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga seeing release for Switch in Japan. The official Japanese version of the trailer just went live today. All we know is that the game will see launch sometime in 2020.

IGN Video - Mortal Kombat 11: All Shang Tsung Gear, Intros, and Outros

Check out all of Shang Tsung's intros, outros, and customizable gear pieces before he releases as DLC in MK11.

GameSpot Video - Mortal Kombat 11 Shang Tsung gameplay

We got to play Mortal Kombat 11's newest character Shang Tsung. Take a look as we go through his fatalities, intros, interactions, and more! Shang Tsung will release for PlayStation, Xbox One, Switch and PC June 18.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga - official press release and fact sheet

The Force is strong with this one

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO® Group, and Lucasfilm yesterday announced LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga, a brand-new console game where players will experience memorable moments and nonstop action as told through the unique lens of LEGO®. LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga is the biggest LEGO® Star Wars™ game, featuring all nine Skywalker saga films, including the highly anticipated conclusion to the series, Star Wars™: The Rise of Skywalker. Launching in 2020, the game will immerse players into the expansive saga with the freedom to control hundreds of characters and vehicles to create their own unique journey through the galaxy.

Developed by TT Games in collaboration with the Lucasfilm Games team and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga will be available for the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch™ system, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, and PC.

Friends and family can dive right into their favourite saga film and play through memorable Star Wars™ moments, reimagined with LEGO® fun and humour. Players can start at the beginning with Star Wars™: The Phantom Menace, begin the original trilogy with Star Wars™: A New Hope, or launch right into Star Wars™: The Last Jedi or Star Wars™: The Rise of Skywalker, both of which are making their Star Wars™ game debut. From the desert of Geonosis, to the swamps of Dagobah, to the snowfields of Starkiller Base – players will have the power to revisit any planet, at any time, in any order they wish. The entire galaxy is available to discover and play in.

“LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga marks our return to the franchise that kicked off the LEGO video game series. The game will give fans an all-new LEGO Star Wars experience with complete freedom to explore the LEGO Star Wars galaxy,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “It was an absolute pleasure to be part of the launch of the original LEGO Star Wars game and it’s equally exciting to now move the series forward and help create a new era of LEGO Star Wars games.”

LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga features the biggest roster of playable characters in the LEGO® Star Wars™ series including the greatest legends from every era of the Skywalker saga. Players can fight against the forces of evil as favourite characters such as Luke Skywalker, Rey, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Finn, BB-8 and a legion of other heroes, or turn to the dark side as Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Kylo Ren, and more. The greatest vehicles from across the galaxy are also available to command. Players can jump to lightspeed in the Millennium Falcon to outrun Imperial starships, battle First Order TIE fighters in Resistance X-Wings, or podrace on Tatooine.

“With the Skywalker saga coming to an end, we wanted to give fans the ultimate Star Wars video game experience with all the humour and charm that is uniquely LEGO,” said Douglas Reilly, Vice President, Lucasfilm Games. “LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will bring to life all those Star Wars adventures remembered and undiscovered in an epic culmination of all nine saga films as fans celebrate the closing of this chapter in Star Wars.”

“We are thrilled to continue LEGO Star Wars’ 20 years legacy with this impressive new game where kids and families can join forces to explore the galaxy together,” said Sean McEvoy, Vice President, Digital Games, The LEGO Group. “LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga contains a massive amount of content and is an accessible entry point to the Star Wars galaxy, featuring all of the fun and unforgettable gameplay that makes LEGO games appealing to audiences of all ages.”

LEGO® Star Wars™ video games are enjoyed by multiple generations of gamers around the world with more than 50 million copies sold.

PUBLISHER: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
RATING: PEGI 7 (Provisional)
GENRE: Action-Adventure
PLATFORMS: Xbox One, PlayStation® 4, Nintendo Switch™ and PC


The galaxy is yours in LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga. In this brand-new console game, players will experience memorable moments and nonstop action from all nine Skywalker saga films retold with signature LEGO® humour, including the highly anticipated conclusion to the series, Star Wars™: The Rise of Skywalker. the game will immerse players in the expansive saga with the freedom to control hundreds of characters, ships and vehicles to create their own unique journey through the galaxy.


• Explore the Saga in Any Order – Players can dive into the Skywalker saga and access any of the nine saga films right away in any order they choose. They can direct where to go and how to play.

• Laugh Out Loud LEGO® Humour – All the unforgettable moments from the entire saga have been retold in new, fun-filled, hilarious LEGO® humour.

• Play as Iconic Heroes and Villains – There are hundreds of playable characters from throughout the galaxy and every era of the saga. Players can play as Luke Skywalker, Rey, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Finn, BB-8 and a legion of other heroes, or turn to the dark side as Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Kylo Ren, and more.

• Discover Legendary Locales – Players can visit legendary locales from their favourite Star Wars™ films such as the desert of Geonosis, to the swamps of Dagobah and the snowfields of Starkiller Base. They can then travel through space and revisit any planet at any time. Expansive hub areas based on memorable settings from the films offer fun quests and more to explore.

• Powerful Player Experiences – Players can play on the light or dark side of the Force, master combat, and take control of ships and vehicles for empowering adventures throughout the galaxy.

• Always Family Friendly – This is an imaginative and funny LEGO® gaming experience appropriate for kids of all ages. It is an accessible entry point into the Star Wars™ galaxy that is easy for a younger audience to pick up and play while still deep enough for anyone to enjoy.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga announced, Switch release confirmed

9 movies, 1 game

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was announced during Microsoft's E3 2019 press conference, but we didn't have confirmation on a Switch version until just now. TT Games has uploaded a trailer for the game to their YouTube channel, and it includes the Switch logo at the end.

This title is brand-new, and includes content from all 9 mainline Star Wars films. It'll see launch on Switch sometime in 2020.