Kombat Klass #1: Kenshi
By: Jon “Kombat Warrior” King
Look! How you doing? It’s your mans Jon, The King, The Kombat Warrior.
I’ve been recruited by Sparx Entertainment to give a little klass… well somewhat of a critique of anything gaming. To answer your question I have wrote the reviews for the video games that have shown up here. Honesty gets your far especially if someone isn’t willing to pick flaws in the product. But truthfully I’m not here to tell ANYONE to that they can’t play a game, especially for this one.
MORTAL KOMBATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!! You have to admit that music when it was introduced was truly something to get hyped for (especially at the beginning of the movies).
Kombat Klass is in session and today we learn about ‘Kenshi “The Blindswordman”
Back in 2002, the NetherRealm Studios’ team released the fifth game entitled ‘Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. It focused on Quan-Chi & Shang Tsung (sorcerers from Outworld and Netherrealm) teaming up to take control of Earthrealm and take down its champion Liu Kang. Kenshi was introduced to the series nursing bitter hatred for Shang Tsung whose deceit caused his blindness. Since then, he’s been featured in the series’ storyline being involved with characters like: Ermac, Shao Kahn, Jax, Sonya Blade, Mavado, Sub-Zero, and Scorpion.
Kenshi was originally conceived as a substitute for Ermac in the series in regards to possessing telekinetic powers, the difference being that he also integrates a physical weapon—his sword—into his offensive arsenal. Kenshi’s specials as similar to Ermac’s but “not as comboable,” his sword as his most potent attack in the game. Which isn’t bad whatsoever, it makes for great combos and mix-combos.
With Mortal Kombat X’s release Kenshi has gotten older and has a son named Takeda. Adding to his story gave Kenshi a well-rounded spot on the list of characters that have something to fight for (what am I talking about EVERY last MK fighter has something to fight for). Kenshi’s move set in Mortal Kombat X depends on the variations:
On Mortal Kombat’s Community Channel there’s a little lesson to watch. It’s about the telekinetic-stealth fighting style of Kenshi:
Pay attention because, this may help you in online battles and even against those friends who like to talk all that smack. Well learn they ways of Kenjutsu and kick some…….