In case you have yet to get a taste of just what kind of depraved and twisted content has been crammed into the latest incarnation of Mortal Kombat, allow us to confirm that all of this generation of console’s processing power has been utilized to deliver the most gruesome Fatalities to date. You don’t have to take our word for it, and now it seems that you won’t need to purchase the game yourself, as a video containing all of the game’s various Fatalities has finally arrived to shock and disgust. In the best ways possible, of course.

NetherRealm Studios have really outdone themselves this time, since it’s no small feat to put together the kind of violence and depravity that would make God of War‘s Kratos seem like a perfectly stable human being. We’ve taken a look at a compilation of nearly every Mortal Kombat Fatality ever, and the latest title seems like a logical continuation of the formula.

What we may not have expected is just how much thought the developers clearly put into their gallery of finishing moves. While all of us might dream of being paid to sit in front of a white board and think up ways for Scorpion to finish his opponent, at least we can enjoy the various method concocted by NetherRealm.

So take a look at the newest video of Mortal Kombat‘s Fatalities, commit them to memory, and patiently await the chance to try them on your friends. It goes without saying, but be warned that all of the video’s content is incredibly NSFW, and unbelievably graphic:


It’s likely that there are still a few secret Fatalities remaining, but combining the above video with our Top 10 Fatalities of Mortal Kombat 9 should give a fairly accurate idea of the lengths that the developers have gone to in order to shock and delight their fans.

Whether you enjoy your violence witty and ironic, or just plain bloody, Mortal Kombat seems to have once again proven that the franchise understands brutality like few others.

Now that you’ve seen just how many different ways there are to humiliate your own friends and enemies, are you more likely to try out MK if you haven’t already?

The series doesn’t have any shortage of die-hard fans, and hopefully the newest title will prove  in this next-gen era, Mortal Kombat is as fun as ever.

Mortal Kombat is available now for the Xbox 360 and PS3.