Mortal Kombat Brings Two Premieres To Comic-Con

Mortal Kombat fans have double the finale to look forward to at this week's San Diego Comic-Con. One is the final episode of Kevin Tancharoen's live action Mortal Kombat Legacy and, immediately following, the reveal of a new Mortal Kombat character.

NetherRealm Studios will reveal the fourth (and final?) downloadable character coming to Mortal Kombat later this week after the premiere of the conclusion of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, airing July 21. That mystery kombatant will join Rain, Skarlet and Kenshi as a playable character in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game.

If you're going to Comic-Con, Warner Bros and NetherRealm will hold an MK tournament at the Westfield Horton Plaza Gamestop on Thursday, July 21 at 7pm. If not, we'll let you know what happens.


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    If all goes well, I should have my DLC tonight (well save for the character yet to be released) :P

    *Batman voice* Shall I break my one rule and get this? I can't, we are so close to an R18 rating I can feel it. Ill get it then.

      Even if we get an R18+ rating, the game is still RC and can't be reevaluated. Another flaw of the system.

        Technically that is true.

        However, you are allowed to resubmit a game with "additional" information to have it passed classification (this has actually been done for a handful of films in Australia)

        Seeing as we will have the rating when it gets resubmitted. All the developers will have to do is bundle in some DLC and get the R18 rating.

        Then I will finally play MK.

    Why cant they release games as unrated?

    Anywho, I simply imported mine a few months ago.

    A word of warning: if you import, make sure you set up a US PSN account, and not a UK one, as UK/Europe get treated almost as bad as us by Sony online.

    If that's the actual shape of the character there then it seems to me like it would have to be another Ninja... Chameleon maybe?

    Still waiting for MK in the mail :(

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