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Mortal Kombat 2021 – Review

by Matt Gearyon 24/04/2021
Video game films are generally pretty hit and miss and in some cases just downright bad. A lot of the time the source material is used liberally and the more fantastical stuff is just ignored, or in the case of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, so over the top that it’s badly comical. Not the case in the new Mortal Kombat, it’s true to the games, fantastical in part but grounded and it’s a bloody romp ( literally)

Mortal Kombat X – Ripping Off More Than Limbs

by MrJoncoreon 18/05/2015
Who doesn’t love some ultraviolet shin kick spamming? I have to admit actually that I don’t enjoy it as much as I feel I should but some people get a little more than a joystick waggle out of it if you know what I mean. Mortal Kombat X is the latest installment of Nether Realms […]

Mortal Kombat X reveals new characters at E3 2014

by Andy Haighon 11/06/2014
One piece of news to come out of E3 is the latest on the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. The new game will be the follow up to 2011’s Mortal Kombat which took the iconic beat ’em up back to basics and introduced new elements at the same time. The announcement trailer for Mortal Kombat X […]

Mortal Kombat X Announced!

by RyeZuulon 02/06/2014
New Mortal Kombat announced! The trailer features typical MK blood, gore, fantasy violence, new play mechanics and Ed Boon’s well-established pro-Scorpion bias. Naturally, being early footage, it’s nowhere close to the fluidity of MK9, but the X-rays examples are brutal and the fighting, if it’s representative, could be a significant change from established beat-em-up standards […]

Mortal Kombat: Legacy, Season 2- FIGHT!

by Andy Haighon 13/09/2013
Mortal Kombat: Legacy -the web series that spun out from Kevin Tancharoen’s short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth- is set for a second season, and after a long wait it’s almost here. Legacy, like Rebirth, portrays the beloved characters in a more ‘realistic’ way, and this coming season will continue to build on what came before.   […]