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AT&T Offically Buys WB and All of It's Assests, Including MK
by Roy Arkon on Oct 30, 2016 :: 0 Comments

Huge news just came out today. As it appears, the massive cell phone company, AT&T, has officially purchased Time Warner for 85.4 Billion Dollars, which means that soon, all of the assets that are controlled by Time Warner, will now belong to AT&T. This includes WBIE, the video game division of Time Warner, which includes Netherrealm Studios, as well as the two franchises developed by them, Mortal Kombat and Injustice, and that division is one of WB's most profitable divisions.

Of course that doesn't mean that either MK or Injustice or gonna be negatively affected by the merger of the two titans in huge way, as once again, WBIE is extremely profitable. There might be some really small pieces of content from the games being delisted, like the Freddy Kruger Character DLC for Mortal Kombat 9 (2011) from PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and Steam due to the new rights holders reevaluate contracts, but even then it will probably be just temporarily. This also might lead to an affect of retro games published by WB on those services like Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection, although not necessarily in a bad way, either.

As far as it seems, it looks like that both Mortal Kombat and Injustice are safe, while this merger will probably have a much larger impact on franchises from WB, like the Lego Games. We will see what this leads to. Maybe we will see some really good stuff for MK and Injustice, we can only hope.

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Reminder of PopCultureShock MKX Sub-Zero Statue
by Roy Arkon on Oct 25, 2016 :: 0 Comments

This one's for the collectors out there who have the Mortal Kombat statues the rest of us drool over. PopCultureShockToys has the best stuff, let's face it. Yes, it's not cheap, but you're also getting what you're paying for.

With this said, in minutes PopCultureShockToys is going to be unleashing pre-orders for their latest Sub-Zero statue. This statue depicts Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat XL and has all the detail you could want. Check it out:

Sub-Zero MKX Statue


This statue will cost you a little over $400 retail and it you act fast, you'll get it for that price instead of the full--retail price of about $450. Click here to go directly to this Sub-Zero statue.

To drool over the rest of the statues available (many sold out!) from PopCultureShockToys, click here.

Credit to Test Your Might for the info.

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More info about Kombat Kon on November 19-20, 2016
by Roy Arkon on Oct 25, 2016 :: 0 Comments

Gathering together avid Mortal Kombat fans from around the world, Galloping Ghost Arcade is hosting a weekend of all things MK with Kombat Kon, held in McCook, Illinois. This konvention will have the original motion capture actors from the original Mortal Kombat series meeting fans and signing autographs, alongside hosting special real life “Test Your Might” events. There will be cosplay competitions, an artist alley filled with artists selling special Mortal Kombat themed art, as well as a dedicated freeplay arcade for attendees to enjoy throughout the whole weekend.

There will, of course, be some kombat during the weekend, with Galloping Ghost hosting Shang Tsung’s Fight Night VI. This will feature tournaments across Mortal Kombat’s history, with Mortal Kombat 1, Mortal Kombat II, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Mortal Kombat XL all having a spot on Shang Tsung’s Challenge Tower. The Mortal Kombat X tournament will be on Saturday the 19th, as well as a $10 buy in UMK3 tournament. If you cannot make those, there will be tournaments for the original trilogy throughout the weekend so there will be plenty of time to uppercut someone into the Pit.

More details are available on the Facebook event page for Kombat Kon and you can buy tickets in this link. Two day passes are $40 while special VIP passes go for $100 and there are only 50, so get buying now if you want to spend your weekend treated as one of Shao Kahn’s greatest warriors.

Wanna see even more info? Check out this video featuring non other then John Parrish, the actor who played Jax in MKII, MK3 and UMK3.



Credit to Shoryuken.com for the info.

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Kombat Kon Coming November 19-20, 2016
by Roy Arkon on Sep 10, 2016 :: 0 Comments

The Galloping Ghost Arcade in the state of Illinois have announced a 2-day convention dedicated to all things Mortal Kombat. The event, called Kombat Kon 2016, is actually an extension of a tournament event that used to run tournaments for both the old and new MK games, but now the event has been extended to include autograph signings, meet and greet etc., and it's all gonna happen at McCook, IL on November 19-20, 2016.

Check out this link. plus the video below for more details.



So if you live around the area, or have a chance to make it there on said dates, this can be a great experience for you.

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MK2 And MK3/UMK3 Free Play Mode Has Been Discovered
by Roy Arkon on Mar 9, 2016 :: 5 Comments

If you used to play the old Mortal Kombat games at the arcades back in the day, you probably happened to have the issue of not having any cash to spend to play.

After the EJB menu codes have been discovered, here's another secret for you. It turns out that for Mortal Kombat II, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (and probably Mortal Kombat 3 Vanilla) arcade cabinets, there is a way to activate "Free Play" mode.

This mode allows you to play those games without the need to insert coins into the machine. According to the video below, this method won't work for Mortal Kombat 1, but there is a possibility for it to work for Mortal Kombat 4, although the EJB menu for Mortal Kombat 4, if there is such, needs to be discovered first.

How to do this? Take a look at this video from "Your MK Arcade Source":



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