He’s on the cover of the latest Mortal Kombat game. He’s widely regarded as the one of the most iconic fighting game characters. Everyone knows the “GET OVER HERE” catchphrase. Despite being somewhat of a villain, Scorpion is well-loved by Mortal Kombat players.
Turns out Scorpion was drunk all the time in Mortal Kombat. Now that Szarvas on Tumblr has put the character's various animations—and also the classic paintings in the background—in a new perspective, it's clearly visible.
As reported yesterday, the new Mortal Kombat's first dose of downloadable content delivers new skins for the game's wacky human ninja crew, in honor of the early 90's law of ninja costume conservation.
Episode seven of director Kevin Tancharoen's live-action Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series touches on the origin of two of the video game franchise's most iconic characters, Scorpion and Sub-Zero. Why did they use two actors instead of just palette swapping?
Simply having access to Scorpion's brutal move set in next year's new Mortal Kombat isn't enough. It's in the way that you use them.
Activision has released a pair of new videos for Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, showing off the unstoppable Juggernaut and the slightly more stoppable Scorpion 2099 in action.
Game With a Brain put up this render of Scorpion yesterday, didn't say where they got it from but it might be an in-game pose. Pretty nice uniform update, with the bone mask and all; but his tunic looks sorta like one of those beaded massagers cab drivers sit on. I kid, Mr. Scorpion, I kid.