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MK Legends Battle of the Realms Box Art & Release Date

by Roy Arkon on Jun 24, 2021 :: 0

We now have new details regarding the Mortal Kombat animated movie, Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms, courtesy of Ed Boon himself via Twitter.

First we now know that the movie is set to be released digital and physical on 08.31.2021. And we also got the official box art for the movie, featuring Liu Kang, Raiden and Kuai Liang Sub-Zero.

Check out the box art and also Ed Boon's Tweet below.

MK Legends Battle of the Realms Box Art




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MK Legends Sequel Has Officially Been Announced

by Roy Arkon on Jun 17, 2021 :: 1

A new Mortal Kombat animated movie has officially been announced. This movie is called Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms, and it is a direct sequel to the previous MK animated movie, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge.

As originally reported by the Hollywood Reporter, some of the characters from the original movie are going to make a return, all voiced by the same voice actors as well: Scorpion/Hanzo Hasashi (Patrick Seitz), Sonya Blade (Jennifer Carpenter), Johnny Cage (Joel McHale), Liu Kang (Jordan Rodrigues), Raiden (Dave B. Mitchell), Shang Tsung (Artt Butler), Jax Briggs (Ikè Amadi), Shinnok (Robin Atkin Downes), Kitana, Satoshi Hasashi (both being voiced by Grey Griffin) and Shao Kahn (Fred Tatasciore).

In addition, a bunch of new characters are also gonna make it to the movie, some are going to be voiced by some of the original voice actors along with new ones: Mileena (Griffin), Cyrax (Butler), Reiko (Downes), Kintaro, Sektor (both being voiced by Mitchell), Kurtis Stryker, Smoke (both being voiced by Matthew Mercer), Kuai Liang Sub-Zero (Bayardo De Murguia), Kung Lao (Matt Yang King), the Lin Kuei's Grandmaster (Paul Nakauchi), Jade (Emily O’Brien), D’Vorah (Debra Wilson), and last but the not least (and yes, no joke), the One Being (Amadi).

MK Legends Sonya and Johnny


Ed Boon also came along to share his excitement for the movie, and also to confirm by himself that the movie is of course going to be Rated R.



Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms is expected for a late summer release by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, and in coordination with NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

Stay tune for more news on the movie as they arrive.

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MK Mythologies: Sub-Zero Speedruns - Guide & Deathless Run

by Roy Arkon on Jun 5, 2021 :: 0

Last year, Ryan "Ketchup" Neal made a video about the the history of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 speedruns. Now he comes back with another speedrun video, this time regarding the very first Mortal Kombat spin-off game, Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero. With the help of his twin brother and fellow channel owner Jake "Mustard" Neal (who got his gamer tag after his favorite MK character, Cyrax, just like Ketchup got his from Sektor) as well as Sagat, the current speedrun world record holder for MKM:SZ, they all bring up a full speedrun guide for the game, with everything you need to know from general information about every stage in the game to the most secretive details and top level speedrun tech.



But that's not all. After this video has been uploaded, Mustard has uploaded another video. This time showcasing Mustard going through an MKM:SZ playthrough, except that this one is not just any run, but a deathless run, on max difficulty nonetheless, and with a speedrun timer as well.

Would Mustard be able to finish the entire game of MKM:SZ on max difficulty with no loses at all? And if he does, how long it will take him to do so? Check out the video below to find out.



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Is Andrew Bowen Teasing A New MK11U Update?

by Roy Arkon on May 28, 2021 :: 0

Andrew Bowen, the voice actor behind Johnny Cage in both Mortal Kombat XL and Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, as well as both Rain and Smoke in MKXL specifically, has posted this picture on his Instagram of him along with the Warner Bros. water tower, and with the caption: "It's good to be back".

MK11U Tease Andrew Bowent


We have confirmed in our last news post that WB Games might be on verge of a split, yet it seems that we still might get a new update for MK11U, although it can still be related to an entirely new project. Then again, Bowen never did any role for WB Games other than voicing Johnny Cage, Rain and Smoke in the MK games, so we need to keep that in mind.

We will update you with more news as they arrive.

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WB Games Studios Might Split After AT&T/Discovery Deal

by Roy Arkon on May 18, 2021 :: 0

IGN have reported yesterday that WB Games might split their studios due to a $43 billion merger deal between AT&T (who owns Warner Media and all of their daughter companies, including WB Games) and Discovery, for the plan to create a new, standalone company, after which some of the gaming studios of WB Games will stay with them, while the rest will go to the new company. This of course includes NetherRealm Studios, the creators of both the Mortal Kombat and Injustice franchises.

Stephen Totilo of IGN came with the this Tweet, while Julia Alexander then came in to correct some of the news on the matter.





Author's opinion: As everyone knows, NRS have been very quite in the last several months regarding any updates for Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate ever since the MK11U update came out with the exception of a couple of patches, including the one that we got just last week, and with the only new content that we got for MK11U is just the new Gear pieces that you can unlock in the 2nd rotation of the Kombat League seasons, but no new DLC updates with new characters or skins. This can very well be the reason for that, as obviously it would be very difficult for NRS to work on MK11U while they don't even know who will be their publishing bosses from now on.

That being said, I'm sure some of you are freaking out regarding the future of NRS and MK, but there's no need to worry. Mortal Kombat is a highly successful franchise, with MK11U also got over 8 million copies sold as of October of last year. There is no way that no one will be capitalizing on MK for it's guaranteed revenue. And everyone knows that no other company is better for making MK than NRS, so no one is gonna close them. Not to mention that NRS did tease new work just a few months ago, which can be a new update to MK11U.

So no one should be worried, NRS and MK are perfectly safe. Injustice, on the other hand, might be in a more questionable position though since it is a DC Universe franchise, which means it might be over due to the DC license being restricted between the studios after the deal, but we will have to wait and see for that one.

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