For those that have already seen Mortal Kombat, the nostalgia is just too strong! While there were a lot of critics regarding the storyline, the Mortal Kombat characters still came to life and were hardly disappointing for some.
Mortal Kombat Scorpion VS Sub Zero
A lot of the characters were still able to stick to what people would picture them to look for in a live remake but two characters that tremendously stuck out were Scorpion and Sub Zero! Both Scorpion and Sub Zero had the biggest rivalry in the film using true-to-game action fighting both during the start and finally once again during the end!
For those that are big fans of collectibles, sadly, it could be hard to get a Funko Pop of the Mortal Kombat characters but there is something else as an alternative. The famous PS5 tracker or PS5 restock leaker on Twitter, Wario64, also gives updates on certain games and gaming related merch every once in a while.
Mortal Kombat Action Figure
While Wario is known to dabble on figurines like announcing the 'Death Stranding' action figure, he rarely does so. Just recently, the famous PS5 tracker announced that gamers will be able to collect two action figures from the Mortal Kombat movie and Mortal Kombat game.
Wario announced that there are two different Mortal Kombat characters coming soon and are currently just available for preorder on Iron Studios Store. Mortal Kombat Scorpion and Mortal Kombat Sub Zero are currently also available for preorder at Slideshow but cost a little bit more. Buying the figurines on Iron Studio Store would cost the buyer $179.99 while buying them on Sideshow would cost $190.
Mortal Kombat Game
While the movie was something that pleased fans of the game, others were expecting a little more from the movie and general story line. There were, however, iconic moments wherein the characters in the movie would reenact their lines from the Mortal Kombat game. One thing extremely iconic is when one of the characters says "fatality" giving homage to the finishing moves that can be done within the game.
The brutal action scenes and death scenes pretty much do not disappoint fans of Mortal Kombat being used to the violence and expecting to see it in the movie. Mortal Kombat is a violent game with its finisher moves being very brutal but this has become an iconic and memorable part of the game itself.
Original Mortal Kombat Characters
While Mortal Kombat has actually had some on screen adaptations and other older movies that tried to bring the iconic video game to life, the game was originally released back in 1992. This is when gamers were introduced to the world of brutality and "fatality."
One thing that the movie did right was that they made use of some of the original characters but still added a few of the later characters as well. The movie even teased one of their newer characters for possibly their next movie.
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Written by Urian Buenconsejo