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All Of Sub-Zero's Brutality Poses In Mortal Kombat 11
by Roy Arkon on May 6, 2019 :: 0 Comments

Dynasty has come up with a video regarding Sub-Zero, showcasing how you can get all of Sub-Zero's secret Ice Klones after performing a Brutality in Mortal Kombat 11:

* Polar Bear (based on Sub-Zero's Animality in Mortal Kombat 3)
* Snowman (based on Sub-Zero's Friendship in MK3)
* Klassic Winning Pose (based on Sub-Zero's Winning Pose)
* Mortal Kombat XL Pose (based on Sub-Zero's first round lose animation in MKXL)
* MK11 Brutality Winning Pose

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Mortal Kombat Is Now In The Video Game Hall Of Fame!
by Roy Arkon on May 4, 2019 :: 0 Comments

Great news to all Mortal Kombat fans!

The Mortal Kombat franchise has officially entered the World Video Game Hall of Fame this past week. On Twitter, both Ed Boon and John Tobias, the Co-creators of the franchise, came on give their honored gratitude.

Here is the full statement PBS:

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — “Mortal Kombat,” the blood-and-guts arcade game that triggered Congressional hearings and age-level game ratings, was inducted Thursday into the World Video Game Hall of Fame, along with “Colossal Cave Adventure,” ”Super Mario Kart,” and the ubiquitous “Solitaire” game built into Microsoft Windows.

The 2019 inductees were honored for their impacts on video gaming and pop culture, and their popularity over time and across countries.

“Mortal Kombat” quickly raised alarms when it launched in 1992, with critics taking aim at a feature giving players the gory choice of whether to kill by decapitating an opponent or ripping out their heart.

“Instead of enriching a child’s mind, these games teach a child to enjoy inflicting torture,” Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Connecticut, said in 1993 when opening a congressional hearing on video game violence that featured scenes from the game. Amid a national conversation about the impact of video violence on kids, the industry established the Entertainment Software Rating Board in 1994 to assign parent-friendly age ratings to games.

“Beyond its controversial content and role in triggering debate about the role of violent video games in society, ‘Mortal Kombat’s’ compelling gameplay, iconic characters and many sequels have kept players coming back again and again,” Digital Games Curator Andrew Borman said in a news release.

Mortal Kombat 11” launched last week.

The World Video Game Hall of Fame is housed at The Strong museum in Rochester and recognizes individual electronic games of all types — arcade, console, computer, hand-held and mobile.

While anyone can nominate a game, the 4-year-old hall chooses inductees with input from journalists, scholars and others with video game expertise.

“Microsoft Solitaire” was honored for helping fuel the growth of today’s popular casual gaming market. Since debuting in 1991 on Windows 3.0, the electronic version of the centuries-old card game has been installed on more than 1 billion computers around the world, according to The Strong.

“The game proved that sometimes analog games can be even more popular in the digital world and demonstrated that a market existed for games that appeal to people of all types,” said Jeremy Saucier, assistant vice president for electronic games and interpretation.

“Super Mario Kart” was released in 1992 and put the popular Super Mario Bros. characters into go-karts.

“It invited friends, family and gaming fans of all ages along for an unforgettable ride that has made it the longest-running racing series in gaming history,” said Julia Novakovic, an archivist at The Strong.

The 1974 “Colossal Cave Adventure” was recognized for laying the foundation for a genre of fantasy and adventure games, despite having no graphics and relying on players typing rudimentary computer commands like “get lamp.”

World Video Game Hall of Fame officials said they fielded thousands of nominations for the Class of 2019 from more than 100 countries and narrowed the finalists to a field of 12. The others in the running were: “Candy Crush Saga,” ”Centipede,” ”Dance Dance Revolution,” ”Half-Life,” ”Myst,” ”NBA 2K,” ”Sid Meier’s Civilization” and “Super Smash Bros. Melee.”

Author's opinion: Congratulations to Mortal Kombat, to Ed Boon and John Tobias, and to the whole team of NetherRealm Studios for making the greatest Fighting Game series of all time that has offered more from every possible angle then any other franchise in the genre. That was well deserved, you all have earned it!

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The Science of Mortal Kombat Ep. 5: Uppercut Krushing Blow
by Roy Arkon on Apr 16, 2019 :: 0 Comments

The fifth episode of The Science of Mortal Kombat has arrived. It revolves around the classic Mortal Kombat Uppercut that was introduced at the very beginning of the series in Mortal Kombat 1. Here it is:

The Science of Mortal Kombat is a co-production between Legendary Digital Networks and WB Games.

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10 Things Hidden In Johnny Cage's Trailer, Jax Confirmed?
by Roy Arkon on Feb 27, 2019 :: 2 Comments

Is Jax Confirmed for Mortal Kombat 11? Is it maybe Bo' Rai Cho? Who the other Johnny really is? And who is the director for Johnny's movie-like Fatality? All of those things being checked in this video from Dynasty, showing 10 things that you might have missed in the MK11 Johnny Cage trailer, from Easter Eggs to possible character hints for MK11. Here it is:

On a side note, during one of the intros between Jade and Sonya during the Kombat Kast this past week, Sonya mentioned Jax. Also, if you remember, every background character so far turned out to be a playable character (Kano and Johnny). So all things considered, Jax might actually indeed come back in MK11.

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Arcade History Kollection In Mortal Kombat 11?
by Roy Arkon on Jan 27, 2019 :: 4 Comments

At the Mortal Kombat 11 reveal event build, some of the modes were locked and unavailable at the time. One mode in particular in the single player menu of the game was featured with a thumbnail that was titled with only question marks.

MK competitive player and YouTuber, Mitsuownes, after gathering some info from Tweets and interview answers from NetherRealm Studios staff, came to a theory that this mode might actually be an Arcade History Kollection of all of the Arcade modes from klassic MK games.

Considering that MK11 already looks a lot like Mortal Kombat II (even the logos of both games are similar, with the number 11 heavily resemble the II Roman numeral of MK2) and that the figures in the question marks thumbnail resemble the statues in the Warrior Sharine stage in Mortal Kombat 1, this actually makes a lot of sense.

Whatever this mode is, one thing is for sure, it is going to be big.

Check out Mitsuownes' video below:

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