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Author Topic: Mortal Kombat - Release Katalog  (Read 143152 times)

Offline edward

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Re: Mortal Kombat - Release Katalog
« Reply #420 on: April 21, 2021, 04:52pm »
I know it might now be much but thank you so much for getting all this done at the same time unbelievable dedication unreal if there was Grammys for this you would win them all and well deserved!

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Re: Mortal Kombat - Release Katalog
« Reply #421 on: April 22, 2021, 11:59pm »
I know it might now be much but thank you so much for getting all this done at the same time unbelievable dedication unreal if there was Grammys for this you would win them all and well deserved!

Thank you for your dedication, Outsider. This is truly magnificent work. I recall you mentioning working on the voice updates earlier had been rather cumbersome; I hope it brings you some relief to be finished with it now.


Thank you both for those thoughtful comments. It was indeed a lot of work, so hopefully the end result is satisfying for everyone.


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Re: Mortal Kombat - Release Katalog
« Reply #422 on: May 08, 2021, 12:04pm »
Everyone, the following kombatants have been updated.

Johnny Cage: Now has alternate voice file of Linden Ashby from MK movie.
Liu Kang: Fixed problem with sweep animation.
Kitana: Fixed problem with her "Edenian Slicer" power.
Noob Saibot: Now appears in shadow form at HUBs.
Sonya: Now has alternate voice file of Bridgette Wilson from MK movie. (NOTE: This voice is also planned for a future very special mod, so it's not ideal/preferred to use for Sonya.)

Anyone saw the recent Mortal Kombat movie? In my opinion, it was just alright. The fight scenes were great, but some other things just didn't make sense (besides Johnny Cage not being there). And the new addition of Cole Young didn't impress me at all. In fact, he gave me a Taven vibe. Could have just as easily been him.



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Re: Mortal Kombat - Release Katalog
« Reply #423 on: May 08, 2021, 08:42pm »
Thanks very much for all your great work, Outsider.

I've seen the new movie a few times now, and I really enjoyed it. I do think that it could have been better and they definitely made some mistakes, chief of all being the omission of Johnny Cage, but for what it was, it was very enjoyable and good. The original movie will always be a classic I'll never get tired of, but it was very nice to see the blood and fatalities in a live action movie for the first time (if you don't count MK Legacy, which is technically a web series, but comparable).

I think it's also telling that, at least in my opinion, Annihilation remains the only truly bad Mortal Kombat movie; we now have three great films, all tackling the same origin story in their own different ways, all great for their own different reasons.

I'm actually surprised to say I think the objectively very best Mortal Kombat film to date remains the animated direct-to-video Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge from last year. It's definitely the bloodiest and most action-packed, but also I think captures the look and feel of the games better than the other movies; perhaps, at least aesthetically, Mortal Kombat might lend itself better to things like animation and comic books in some ways.

In any case, I'm excited for the potential of future Mortal Kombat movies with the release of this new reboot. Hopefully whatever happens next turns out to be good.