Bring the MK9 style to female characters in Mortal Kombat 11.
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I and many other long term fans are petitioning the creators of Mortal Kombat, NetherRealm Studios, to bring the iconic female character designs from 2011's Mortal Kombat reboot (aka MK9), as they were in MK9 (remodeled obviously, but keep the designs close) to Mortal Kombat 11 as an option for the female characters such as Jade, Skarlet and Kitana along with more idealized body shapes like the one allegedly being utilized for the "Kold War Skarlet" skin that's being made exclusive to Russian gamers.
The reason we are petitioning for this is not for gratification, but because many of us are beginning to feel that NetherRealm studios has caved in to political correctness and the neutering of the Mortal Kombat franchise is well underway and it needs to be addressed. I, and many other fans, felt that the scantily clad women added to the overall, over-the-top atmosphere of MK2-MK9.
We know the toning-down of female characters started with MKX, but MKX still had options.
Why do the male characters in Mortal Kombat 11 run around shirtless and even half-naked while female characters are decked out head-to-toe? Will the blood and gore content be toned down in MK12 to appease parents, politicians and church groups? When does the pandering and kneeling to people that more than likely will never play an MK game stop?
NRS, if you do this, go all out, bring back the babes in thongs to MK11. Give us the option if we want it. After all, Soul Caliber and Street Fighter have idealized female characters, their games are still taken seriously by the public regardless and our money and time could very well go to them instead of MK11.
Will MK continue to be hollowed out content-wise and become a shell of it's former self? That's the decision we will leave to you.
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