Sindel is back and she might be in the good side this time around.
Smoke and Rain are the latest revealed playable characters for the “Lin Kuei” trailer for Mortal Kombat 1. The Last time Smoke is playable was back in Mortal Kombat 2011. After he got killed by Sindel I don’t even remember him as a revenant NPC for story mode. It is nice that he finally gets attention again and this time with a new haircut. In this new Timeline Smoke was an orphan who got adopted by the Lin Kuei. He is not Blood brothers with Scorpion and Sub Zero but he is treated as one of their own. He is not born with super natural magic, so his haze based powers are practical magic. On the trailer, He was assisted by Cyrax at the fight, which means Cyrax is Kameo character. During the montage of Sub Zero’s fight, Sektor is revealed to be a Kameo character too.
Marvel vs. DC is one of the games listed to a poll created by Ed Boon. Injustice 3 and the Next Mortal Kombat are also on the list. 41.1% goes to Marvel vs. DC.
Tekken 7 removed the Denuvo Anti-tamper on the Steam version of the game back in October. Denuvo Anti-Tamper is protected from piracy so the game and its DLC cannot be pirated. Usually, Games removes it if they will stop having DLC support. Most likely Namco will now focus on their next fighting game project. It could be Tekken 8, Tekken Tag tournament for or Tekken X Street Fighter. It already sold over 7 million units and until now it is still an active part of the esports scene.
Mary Sue characters who are self-insert had been plaguing movie adaptations. Alice Abernathy and Cole Young, What do they have in common?
Mortal Kombat now kommands your attention in multiple mediums. Thanks to the property’s new owners at WB, the tournament kombatants are throwing down on the big screen for the first time since New Line’s efforts from the 90s.
Godzilla Vs. Kong premieres in theaters and on HBO Max tomorrow, as you’ve likely heard. One day after that will be the beginning of April, and the streamer has plenty in store for the next 30 days.
In case you didn’t know, Warner Bros now owns Mortal Kombat, and if you didn’t know, then you haven’t been paying attention to the numerous free plugs WB has been inserting for the games into other properties. Every time you see a CW superhero character playing a video game, it is usually the latest Mortal Kombat installment. Now you learned something. (Hopefully you’re not so ignorant that you’re wondering why Chun-Li isn’t in this.)