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A reboot of the Mortal Kombat franchise with a retcon to the earliest periods in the series, featuring a multitude of game modes.

Director:

Dominic Cianciolo

Writers:

Alexander Barrentine (story), Ed Boon (story) | 7 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ronald M. Banks Ronald M. Banks ... Quan Chi (voice)
Dana Lyn Baron ... Sonya Blade (voice)
Ed Boon ... (voice)
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson ... Kratos (voice) (as TC Carson)
Bob Carter ... Shao Kahn / Baraka (voice)
Tom Choi ... Liu Kang (voice)
Richard Epcar ... Raiden (voice)
Jin Hyong Jin Hyong ... Kung Lao / Fighter 1 / Kenshi (voice)
Andrew Kishino ... Shang Tsung / Sektor (voice)
Ken Lally ... Smoke / Goro / Shinnok (voice)
Linda Lee Linda Lee ... Jade (voice)
David Lodge ... Kabal (voice)
Jim McCance Jim McCance ... PD Radio Op / Endings Narrator (voice)
Michael McConnohie ... Kano / Ermac / Elder God (voice)
Matthew Mercer ... Kurtis Stryker / Soldier 1 (voice) (as Matt Mercer)

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Storyline

The events of Armageddon has just ended and Shao Kahn has beaten Raiden. But just before Raiden could be finished he sent a message through his mind to his younger self during the first Mortal Kombat tournament. He sent it to warn him about the future but the younger Raiden doesn't understand the message. So the events of the the first three tournaments will be altered in the perception of Raiden trying to change the future. Written by RW

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Fatality Lives

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Action | Fantasy | Sport

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Trivia

Two of the fighters in the game have a connection to the band Dokken. Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson voiced Johnny Cage, and one of the downloadable fighters is "A Nightmare of Elm Street" villain Freddy Krueger, the third film in that franchise featured Dokken's classic hit, "Dream Warriors". See more »

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Freddy having 2 gloves and having red blood he only had one glove in every nightmare movie and in the first nightmare movie you find out his blood is green. See more »

Quotes

Kano: Easy there, mate. You've had a rough one.
Kabal: Kano?
Kano: Heh heh, in the flesh.
Kabal: I was... on fire...
Kano: Burned to a crisp, you were. Good thing I found ya.
Kabal: [touches the mask on his face] I'm hideous...
Kano: Shang Tsung's magic healed the rest of ya. But your lungs? Yeesh.
Kabal: Take it off.
Kano: Can't. It's permanent.
Kabal: What?
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Follows Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (1995) See more »

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Choose your destiny!!
15 April 2014 | by garnet87See all my reviews

Less than twenty years ago I played my first Mortal Kombat game,Mortal Kombat II and it was awesome,great characters, great moves, everything was great. After that Mortal Kombat 3 arrived with more new characters and it was much faster than previous part.In effect both parts were excellent. But unfortunately since then everything goes wrong,the game is completely changed,game loses speed,almost looks like Tekken.

Finally we have Mortal Kombat 9,a game worthy of the previous parts,everything have returned to the old,characters,speed,playability and enjoyment of what we once had when we played the game,great job.

But I have some remarks on game,some characters look much better in the previous parts than new,for example Liu Kang,he looks like a girl. And many other costumes are desperate but luckily we have another option and retro costumes,but as I said some characters again look desperate. That's all I can blame,generally the game is great,totally retro,I recommend everyone to try it,really great game,I hope the next part will be the same....


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Country:

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Language:

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Release Date:

19 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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