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Mortal Kombat: Legacy Komes to Blu-ray This November

Illustration for article titled emMortal Kombat: Legacy/em Komes to Blu-ray This November

The nine episode web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy will come to a Blu-ray near you this November, courtesy of Warner Bros. and director Kevin Tancharoen, delivering live action Jax, Sonya, Scorpion, Sub-Zero and more onto one high-def disc.

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Hi-Def Digest has details on the Mortal Kombat: Legacy Blu-ray, hitting November 8 for $19.98 USD, revealing why you might want to drop a twenty on it instead of simply re-watching the fan-made series on YouTube. That Blu-ray disc will come packed with the following extras.

  • Mortal Kombat Legacy: Fights - A look at the role Fatalities and hyper-violence play in the Mortal Kombat storytelling process. Included within the piece is a detailed exploration of the fights and stunts staged during the production of the web-series.
  • Mortal Kombat Legacy: Fan Made - Go inside the mind of Mortal Kombat super fan Kevin Tancharoen and uncover his passion and vision that brought Mortal Kombat: Legacy to life.
  • Mortal Kombat Legacy: Expanding The Netherrealm — Multi-chapter documentary brings the Mortal Kombat universe to life.
  • Mortal Kombat: Mysticism - Discover the powers that define the characters.
  • Mortal Kombat: Gear - Explore all the weapons that make Mortal Kombat fighting unique.
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Mortal Kombat: Legacy is also available for download (and purchase) on the Xbox Live Marketplace, PlayStation Video Store and iTunes, if physical media is dead to you.

'Mortal Kombat: Legacy' Dated for Blu-ray [Hi-Def Digest]


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DISCUSSION

Fight scenes were boring. Screenplay was pretty generic and conventional overall. Some interesting choices were made, like with Raiden, but overall, it was a hohum effort.

Live action Mortal Kombat hasn't been fun since the first movie.