The design of their armor is very close to that of the game using similar effects to Marvels Iron Man costume but with more flexibility for their flashy acrobatic axe kicks, with that said, the fight scenes are elaborate, fast paced and marvelously choreographed. There is fine line between the cgi and the live action in this episode, the director has to be commended for his adventurous use of anime and cgi in delivering this refreshing interpretation of Mortal Kombat. The episode is a full 8:54secs long, wasting no time with recaps.
"Enhanced speed by implementing a lighter alloy, separated titanium plates with heat sensitive plastic, weaponisation and emotional recalibration"
The Lin Kuei Surgeon on the transformation process
So where to from here, Fans have been anxiously waiting for Comic Con weekend for this finale and the long awaited news of a possible surprise announcement of a season two or maybe a movie, No announcement was made, so is this the end? In my humble opinion, I think these webisodes are good enough motivation for a full length feature film, with a little bit of tweaking here and there it could breath new life into an already successful franchise.
Be sure to watch the second video in this article, it features Hundar of Earth Realm from Machinima interviewing the actors, Ian Anthony Dale (Scorpion), Matt Mullins (Johnny Cage), Peter Shinkoda (Sektor), Shane Warren Jones (Cyrax) and the director (Kevin Tancharoen) at the comic con press room where it was released on Sunday Afternoon.
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