The Original Mortal Kombat Cast, Still Kicking Ass Two Decades Later

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Last weekend at the Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield, Illinois, ten of the actors rotoscoped for the first three Mortal Kombat games gathered to show fans they are far from finished. Looking good, aren't they?

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This photo is from a massive set posted on the Galloping Ghost Arcade Facebook page, via the fine folks at VGEvo. The event was Shang Tsung's Fight Night IV, and the actor turnout makes me wish I lived closer to Illinois.

So who do we have here?

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Here's Lia Montelongo, AKA Sindel.

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Richard Divizio played Kano, Baraka, Kabal and Quan Chi, and he still looks tough as hell.

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Kerri Ann Hoskins Branson played Sonya Blade, and might actually look younger now than she did back then.

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John Parrish (right) played the cybernetically-enhanced Jax, while Brian Glynn was Shao Khan.

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Daniel Pesina, the four faces of Johnny Cage, Sub Zero, Scorpion and Reptile.

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Carlos Pesina, also known as Raiden.

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Anthony Marquez looks different without Kung Lao's hat.

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Everybody have fun tonight, everybody Shan Tsung with Philip Ahn.

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Finally we have everyone's favorite cyborg ninja/Native American spiritualist, Sal Divita, who played Nightwolf, Sektor and Cyrax.

I would pay $100 for another Mortal Kombat game with these people rotoscoped in as they look today. They don't even need to fight, just sit around in their costumes and talk about the good old days.

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Agent_O

I remember when Ho Sung Pak used to be on that show WMAC masters. I'd watch that show every friggin Saturday.