you were an "arcade kid" in the 90's, you remember the huge
impact when a new Mortal Kombat came out. Using digitized graphics and
real-life actors, the early Mortal Kombat series was ahead of its
time technologically and, of course, boldly pushing the boundaries of
censorship with extreme violence and gore. Some rare "behind the
scenes" footage of the making of Mortal Kombat 1, MK2, and MK3
has recently surfaced online, showing the original actors in costume performing
their iconic moves (with Ed Boon occasionally seen on the sidelines,
giving them instructions). Enjoy all 3 videos courtesy of NeoGamer, below.
Kombat 4 behind the scenes video.
"news"... earlier this year, rumors about "Mortal Kombat
11" being in development started swirling around online, with certain
gaming news outlets and FGC personalities even going so far as to expect a new MK
reveal at E3 2018 (which didn't happen.)
For the most part, these rumors were based on NetherRealm's
"release schedule" of past MK and Injustice
games... and not much else. (You might've noticed TFG News didn't report on these
rumors, because there was actually nothing to report).
Of course, TFG will keep you updated on any credible rumors or
information regarding the development of the next Mortal Kombat
game / NRS title.