Fighting games wouldn't be what they are today without Mortal Kombat. His first movie Mortal Kombat marked a milestone in video game history and took fighting one step further. His digitized graphics and irreverent sense of humor gave him a unique identity. In addition, its graphic violence made it necessary to classify games by age. Ed Boon and John Tobias had created a legacy that has lived on to this day. Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, awarded as the best fighting game, has made us experience epic combats crowned by very creative Fatalities. Mortal Kombat the next appointment with our fighters is next April 16, when the Mortal Kombat movie, whose trailer we saw recently, is released. At MeriStation we have accessed the first 13 minutes of the play and a round table with director Simon McQuoid and producer Todd Garner.
Mortal Kombat first scene stars Scorpion and Sub-Zero and recounts the beginning of their rivalry. It is here where we observe that this new film serves to explore the beginnings of the saga. After the trailer and the presentation of some of the characters, Mortal Kombat doubts arose about who they were going to include and who not. While they have not been able to answer us with the detailed cast, they have assured us that the objective of this film is to attract game fans and lay audiences. Mortal Kombat has a very elaborate universe full of characters, among which they have made a careful selection: Bi-Han and Hanzo Hashashi are very important, it was the first thing we chose, explains Todd Garner.
It's a much more epic, brutal, and somewhat richer story than Mortal Kombat, adds McQuoid. Both explain that for their version of Mortal Kombat they have considered video games as a series of novels, not games in the strict sense. It makes a lot of sense, because since the original game of the Arcade machines until now it has rained a lot and the Mortal Kombat universe has been remarkably enriched in terms of mythology and history. On the other hand (and fortunately), this means that we will not hear a voice-over saying: MORTAL KOMBAAAT! followed by an electronic music as in the 1995 movie. This new Mortal Kombat has things that players will recognize, but it is a noticeably more serious and darker movie. And what about the extreme violence that has always characterized the game franchise? Garner explains that the movie is undoubtedly violent and is in fact rated for adults, but that compared to the games it is like Bambi.