For the latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged, the guys at Baltimore Knife and Sword recreated the deadly and awesome sounding multi-blade weapon that Kitana wields in Mortal Kombat. Fan yourself with one of these, and you’re likely to remove a limb.
(PG-13: Language)Animation Domination HD imagines the most brutal Mortal Kombat finisher: having someone go through your phone while you helplessly watch. A roundabout advisory about enabling a passcode or Touch ID.
The guys from Mr.TVCow are playing a round of the new Mortal Kombat X game when things get just a little too real, and Sub-Zero and Scorpion decide to continue their fight outside the confines of the game console. Needs more fatalities.
(Gore, Crude humor) Before they meet for the Super Bowl, Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski fought in Mortal Kombat X on Conan’s Clueless Gamer. Watch them talk about Mario Kart, football celebrations and more.
(Gore) IGN looks at early gameplay footage of Mortal Kombat X, with series co-creator Ed Boon. Take a look at some new characters and their play style variants, environmental assists, and gruesome new fatalities.
(Gore) Launching in 2015, Mortal Kombat X will give characters multiple variations for more varied gameplay. We’re not sure if the trailer is purely CGI; we’ll just have to wait for E3 2014 to find out more.
Super Power Beat Down pits a Power Ranger against an undead ninja. Tommy was kind enough not to use his giant robot, while Scorpion was kind enough to wait while his opponent summoned his sword. Skip to 4:08 for the battle.
Another Mortal Kombat tribute by Mike Diva which digs up the original Sub-Zero and Noob Saibot for a fight sequence that looks like it could have been plucked straight from the video game. Oh, and how about that fatality?
(NSFW: Language) If its latest trailer is any indication, the second season of the web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy will be a significant step up in terms of cinematography, action and acting compared to its debut.
Watch as this chef pulls off some serious combo moves on a couple of orders of shawarma. Fortunately, Sub-Zero isn’t there to freeze him out. Oh, and we’re craving Middle Eastern food for lunch now. (Thanks Terrence!)
GreenpeaceUK does a solid job appealing to the more playful nature of people to rally some support for the European Union to start lowering its carbon emissions. Maybe the game will port to other parts of the world soon.