There have been plenty of trailers of mangled entrails leading up the launch of Mortal Kombat X, but YouTube user theRadBrad has compiled all of the game's brutal finishers into one hard-to-watch video.

The video, nearly 15 minutes long, includes the fatalities of every character except for those of the last unlockable character waiting at the end of the game.

"This Mortal Kombat X Gameplay will include both fatalities for Cassie Cage, D'Vorah, Ermac, Erron Black, Ferra & Torr, Goro, Jacqueline Briggs, Johnny Cage, Kano, Kitana, Kotal Kahn, Kung Jin, Kuna Lao, Mileena, Quan Chi, Raiden, Reptile, Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Takeda," reads the video's description.

For maximum shock and horror, be sure to set the video to 1080p and use a browser that has HTML5 to watch the mayhem at 60 frames per second. Check out the gory compilation, if you dare:

For those who like to inflict fatalities on their opponents but don't care to learn the ancient and intricate details behind them, Warner Bros. is offering an "easy fatalities" DLC pack.

Instead of learning the correct combinations of button presses for a fatalities or button-mashing and hoping for the best, owners of the Easy Fatalities pack need to press two buttons to execute their opponents.

For $5 buck, players can unlock 30 easy fatalities, and they can access five of them for $1. That's 30 uses of easy fatalities and isn't unlimited access to 30 different fatalities.

Many players will feel this is a cash grab by the game's publishers, and maybe it is.

Mortal Kombat X launched on April 14 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. A mobile version of the game has also been released for Android and iOS.

The latest game in the long-running series has been the best-selling title in the franchise's history, according to Twitter comments from Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon.

"The Mobile & console games have had literally millions of players getting online in a really short period of time, hitting our servers HARD," Boon stated in a tweet, adding: "We love that so many players want to play MKX and are working (like mad) on all the issues some of you are experiencing! We WILL fix them!"

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