Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero (1998)

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The story of mortal kombat fighter Sub zero, a ninja who accidently gives a spiritual amulet to evil sorcerer Quan chi.


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Kerri Hoskins ...
Kia (as Kerry Hoskins)
Rachel Hebert ...
Jataaka (Game)
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Anthony Marquez ...
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The story of mortal kombat fighter Sub zero, a ninja who accidently gives a spiritual amulet to evil sorcerer Quan chi.

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Meet the root of our evil.




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In the regular series of Mortal Kombat games, Sub-Zero is in fact the only character to have appeared in every installment to date. See more »


Referenced in Honest Game Trailers: Mortal Kombat (2014) See more »

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Spectacular new take on the MK world.
25 March 2007 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

I really tried to like this game because I'm a hard core, die hard fan of anything related to MORTAL KOMBAT.

The concept is great and so is the game play because the game has unique action sequences that will make you remember about the controls of MK and MK II. I truly enjoyed the fighting techniques because MK game-play have always been attractive for avid action and fighting games. The combo system is similar to MK III so you can't go wrong with the game-play.

I always thought I was playing a Chinese action movie. The scenarios are just great; dark, stylish, great atmosphere but best of all, a feeling of uncertainty when the evil characters appear.

The graphics are truly great! The digital graphics combined with 2D and 3D in some cases is really attractive and will make you enjoy the hard and difficult scenarios and enemies.

The sound is also pretty cool with martial arts music and some intense classical MK sounds.

My advice is, get this game but only if you are a fan of the MK games. Otherwise, play it with low expectations because if you are not into the world of MK, you will likely have a hard time trying to like it.

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