Officially Cool

We don’t have very many opportunities to talk video games here on FSR, but I have mentioned Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe before. If you aren’t familiar with it, basically you match up your favorite Mortal Kombat fighters against some of your favorite DC comic book heroes and villains. When Batman and Superman were mentioned as usable characters, that drew alot of attention. Now that the Joker has also been named a fighter, people (including myself) were a bit skeptical. The Joker doesn’t really come off as the fighting type, but as you can see below, it would be pretty damn fun to play as the joker.

The first image is the Joker’s fatality move, where he uses a fake gun first to distract his opponent with a gag, only to then blow their brains out with a real gun. Be sure to check out the video below so you can see some more of the Joker’s cool moves.

Joker Fatality

Source: SlashGamer, Ripten

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