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Must Watch: Classic Video Game Characters Audition Their ‘Mortal Kombat’ Fatality Move
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Fatalities are a crucial part of the Mortal Kombat video game franchise; the graphic and gruesome death of an opponent by your own hands has been satisfying gamers for years and is still going strong today.

But have you ever wondered what the Fatality finishing move would be for other classic video game characters like Mario, Link, or Pacman? Well, my friends, that day has now come. A hilarious new video has been released showing off the lost “audition tapes” of many different classic game characters, who use familiar elements from their own games to brutally end the life of a Mortal Kombat opponent.

You can see the video right now by continuing on below.

The video was released in preparation for the brand new Mortal Kombat title that’s set to be released on April 19 (Pre-order: Xbox 360, PS3), which features God of War‘s vicious main character, Kratos, as a playable crossover character.

Video

[Source: Kevin Tancharoen via Collider]

1 Comment »

  1. Zak McKracken should’ve done: USE GOLF CLUB WITH [enemy]
    Roger Wilco should’ve done: PUSH BUTTON (it’s all he was ever good at)
    You also could’ve had a lot of Lemmings dropping on the enemies’ head, with blockers left and right so none of the others fall off, and then they all count down and explode.

    So many opportunities missed…

    Comment by unwesen — April 12, 2011 @ 10:03 am

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