Unexpected Deathby Gambid on Jun 10, 2003 :: 0
The Actor Trevor Goddard, who starred in the first "Mortal Kombat" movie as Kano was found dead in his North Hollywood home. The cause of his death is still unknown.
Trevor Goddard has starred in "Jag", "Deep Rising" and "Gone in Sixty Seconds" too.
Update - Here is the text from the complete article posted on MSNBC
"Actor Found Dead In Southland Home
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., 1:09 p.m. PDT June 9, 2003 - Muscleman actor Trevor Goddard, a former boxer who once had a recurring role on the TV series "JAG" and plays a pirate in the upcoming movie "Pirates of the Caribbean," died in an apparent suicide, investigators said Monday. He was 37.
Goddard's body was found in his North Hollywood home on Sunday by a woman who also lived at the location, according to Officer Grace Brady, a police spokeswoman. Police said they could not disclose her relationship to Goddard.
An autopsy was planned Monday but the death had already been classified as suicide with prescription drugs, said Lt. Fred Corral of the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office.
Corral said Goddard was in the midst of a divorce and his estranged wife, Ruthann, was in San Francisco during the weekend. The couple has two young sons.
Born in Perth, Australia, Goddard's work as a professional boxer led to an acting role in a beer commercial.
From there he had a small role in the 1994 action film "Men of War" and played the martial-arts fighter Kano in 1995's "Mortal Kombat," based on the popular fighting video game.
In 1998, Goddard began a recurring part on the military TV series "JAG" as Lt. Cmdr. Michael "Mic" Brumby, a role he played until 2001. Other film credits include 1998's "Deep Rising," an uncredited role in 2000's car-theft thriller "Gone in 60 Seconds" and the role of Grapple in Disney's upcoming "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl."
End of all MK Trilogy Problemsby Gambid on Jun 5, 2003 :: 0
You all know about the problem that has the game with Windows XP. But now there is finally a patch, that will fix it and you will be able to play Mortal Kombat Trilogy in Windows XP.
Click here to download the patch. It is only 4.11kb.
Site Updateby Gambid on May 26, 2003 :: 0
If you were here yesterday you noticed that the site was down. It was so because we had to reset our server. By doing so we fixed a few errors in the scripts and now everything works correctly. Here are the new features:
* Submit News form
* Submit Link form
* Suggest poll form
Our hit counter works now too.
We are terribly sorry about the inconvenience, but it was for good and probably for the last time.
Official Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition Trailerby Gambid on May 23, 2003 :: 0
Midway just published the first Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition trailer on their official web page. Actually the trailer is old, from Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance commercial, but with the Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition box art at the end. If you want to download it, here is the direct link:
It is only 2.3MB
Masterby Gambid on May 19, 2003 :: 0
Mortal Kombat Secrets is now one of the Master sites of Mortal Kombat Alliance Network. Our site is member of the network since August 2002. After we changed the layout and the information, the Alliance Grandmasters decided to promote Mortal Kombat Secrets to Master Site. Here are the words of Total-MK in the promotion topic:
"MK Secrets updated to Master site!
MK secrets the site run by Gambid, has been updated to master alliance site. MK Secrets has a lot of cool information, and the new layout will blow you away. check out MK Secrets now - http://www.mksecrets.com
Regards - The MKA Team."