YouTube Stars Join Machinima In Celebrating The Release Of MORTAL KOMBAT LEGACY 2

 
This week is chock-full of Mortal Kombat gems in light of the latest premiere of Mortal Kombat Legacy: Season 2. With the latest team effort from EMC Monkeys having released their own promotional piece for the series, several other directors also joined the fray, including Mike Dahlquist, Caine Sinclair and David Moore.

For the first, Dahlquist (a.k.a. Mike Diva) brings EMC Monkey team members Johnny Yang and Tony Sre in a classic duel to the bloody finish as Scorpion and Noob Saibot. Unlike Yang's previously clip as Raiden, this one brings fatalities, all the more reason to watch and enjoy.


The next video features exquisite work from the team members of Sub Over Hype, with Kristina Baskett, James Hutchison and Solomon Brende starring as classic characters Kitana, Sub-Zero and Scorpion. The choreography is very good with tasteful performances from the cast, including Baskett who, aside from MKL2's Samantha Jo, brings one of the better physical performances as the Edenian princess I've seen in indie film. No dialogue here, just all action, and its all awesome to watch, thanks to cinematographer Leo Kei Angelos.



The last video showcases the same track, but a different, slightly more musical dance-fighting interpretation courtesy of choreographer David Moore. You pretty much get all the characters joining in an epic brawl highlit by another interpretive face-off between legendary characters Scorpion and Sub-Zero fighting over the last piece of chicken. Hence the title. Watch.


With all these videos out celebrating the release of Mortal Kombat Legacy 2, I won't be surprised if there are more. At this point now, we are well or 20 years since the release of thw original game that started it all, amidst the technology that would ultimately see the game's cinematic vision finally brought to life in 1995. The rest, of course, is history, and if you haven't heard of Mortal Kombat by now, and you love martial arts movies and games, I can only tell you do what Scorpion says so well, and go to Machinima's YouTube page and catch up on all things Mortal Kombat Legacy.

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