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Mortal Kombat 4 - News and Updates

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AT&T Seek To Sell Warner Gaming Unit Along With NRS & MK

by Roy Arkon on Jun 14, 2020 :: 0

As we've reported back in 2016, AT&T have purchased Time Warner and all of their assets, including Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment which include NetherRealm Studios, and therefore both the Mortal Kombat and Injustice franchises as well. According to CNBC.com, AT&T currently considering the idea of selling the gaming unit of WBIE in a deal that could fetch about $4 billion. This is done due to AT&T wanting to service its almost $200 billion in debt that it has currently.

This means that sooner or later, NRS and the MK franchise might very well be sold to another video game publishing company. As of right now, Take-Two Interactive Software, Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard have all expressed interest in buying the gaming division, though no deal is assured or imminent at the moment.

Author's opinion: I honestly think that if any company should purchase NRS and MK, it should be one of the console manufacture companies, more specifically Sony or Microsoft. Yes it will make MK to be able to be sold only on one system (or at least just one console in the case of Microsoft), but these companies have an excellent track record of treating their exclusive IP's the right way (unlike Activision or EA, which have a terrible track record in that regard), and since the next console generation is right around the corner, having MK, the biggest Fighting Game franchise of all time, as one of their exclusive IP's, can be a massive game changer (no pun intended) for them in the business competition between them.

In any case, those are huge news indeed, so stay tuned for more news on the matter.

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A Secret Alternative Brutality For Sub-Zero In MK11

by Roy Arkon on Jun 11, 2019 :: 0

The secrets for Mortal Kombat 11 are just keep coming, as we now have the first character-specific secret Brutality. This one involves Sub-Zero and his Dancing on the Ceiling Brutality with a secret alternative version of it, which causes the opponent fall from the spikes of the ice ceiling created by Sub-Zero. This is actually a clear reference to the alternative versions of the stage Fatalities in both the Kombat Tomb in Mortal Kombat II and Goro's Lair in Mortal Kombat 4.

Check out Dynasty's video below to see the requirements for the alternative version:



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The History of Mortal Kombat Episode 06 Remastered

by Gambid on Feb 3, 2019 :: 1

The remastering of the The History of Mortal Kombat series continues today with Episode 06. The episodes focuses on the releases of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, Mortal Kombat: Conquest and Mortal Kombat Gold.

A lot of fans showed up on our YouTube Channel for the premier of this episode for which we are extremely grateful. In case you missed it, you can enjoy the episode right here:



Make sure to tune in for the next premier for a chance to discuss the episode with the people involved in its production.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the creation of the episode and its remaster. Special thanks to James Croft, who narrated this episode.

Visit the page of The History of Mortal Kombat, where you can find all the episodes available for download. The remastered versions of episodes one and two will be available soon too.

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The History of Mortal Kombat Episode 05 Remastered

by Gambid on Jan 20, 2019 :: 3

The remastering of the The History of Mortal Kombat series continues today with Episode 05. The episodes focuses on the release of both Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero and Mortal Kombat 4.

100+ viewers showed up on our YouTube Channel for the premier of this episode for which we are extremely grateful. In case you missed it, you can enjoy the episode right here:



Make sure to tune in for the next premier for a chance to discuss the episode with the people involved in its production.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the creation of the episode and its remaster. Special thanks to James Croft, who narrated this episode.

Visit the page of The History of Mortal Kombat, where you can find all the episodes available for download. The remastered versions of episodes one and two will be available soon too.

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5 Things People Get Wrong About Mortal Kombat By Tabmok99

by Roy Arkon on Jan 4, 2019 :: 2

Is Ho Sung Pak the only one who portrayed Shang Tsung in Mortal Kombat 1? Was Trevor Goddard (Kano in the first Mortal Kombat Movie) really an Australian? All answers to those questions and more are shown in the video below, made by Tabmok99. These are all Mortal Kombat related things that people get wrong. Enjoy!



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