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Liu Kang and King Lao Meet on the Battlefield
2013-11-21
In the present, Stryker treats Johnny Cage's wounds when Liu Kang comes upon them and fights them both. Kung Lao appears, shocked that his old friend is here and that he is fighting with the warriors of Outworld.

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Liu Kang Is Approached to Fight for Outworld
2013-11-14
Flashback to the weeks before Liu Kang is recruited into the tournament. We see that Liu Kang has become a hitman as he murders Russian mobsters in a seedy motel.

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8
Scorpion and Sub-Zero Battle
2013-11-07
We flash back to feudal Japan and reference the moments in Season 1 where Scorpion's family is seemingly murdered by Sub Zero and his clan.

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Scorpion and Sub-Zero Form a Truce
2013-10-30
Flashback to feudal Japan, where Scorpion, his wife and his son are waylaid on the road by Sub Zero's angry younger brother. Scorpion is forced to kill him to protect his family.

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6
Johnny Cage Is Recruited
2013-10-23
We flash back to how Johnny Cage was recruited to the tournament by Raiden . . . as he sits in a jail cell. In the present, we watch as Johnny fights for his life against Mileena and Kitana.

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Kitana and Mileena Arrive at the Tournament
2013-10-16
We flash back to Kitana and Mileena getting their orders to enter the tournament... Kitana is uneasy about the truth of her past.

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4
Kenshi Encounters Ermac in Past and Present
2013-10-09
We continue with Kenshi's origin story in feudal Japan and watch as he is blinded in his first fight with Ermac. In the present, blind Kenshi battles Ermac in the tournament.

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Kenshi's Origin Story Begins
2013-10-02
We watch as the Earthrealm and Outworld warriors appear at the Mortal Kombat tournament island. Raiden greets the Earthrealm warriors.

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2
The Cause of Liu Kang's Fall Is Revealed
2013-09-26
We flash back to what has brought Liu Kang to such a low point in his life . . . we watch as his fiancée is murdered before his eyes. Back in the present, we watch as Kung Lao leaves his Macau monastery and approaches the portal to the Mortal Kombat tournament.

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Liu Kang and Kung Lao Reunite in Macau
2013-09-26
Down and out Liu Kang gets into a drunken fight in a seedy Macau bar with the local gangsters. Liu Kang is not happy when Kung Lao comes to his rescue and the two have a tumultuous reunion.

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Mortal Kombat: Legacy, originally debuted in 2011, is an anthology series from Machinima taking inspiration from the classic and critically acclaimed Mortal Kombat video game franchise. Directed by Kevin Tancharoen, who was also at the helm of the viral sensation Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, this series has seen two successful seasons, with its last episode released in 2013. Thanks to its unique premise and digital format, Legacy pushes the envelope, immersing fans into the brutal universe of Mortal Kombat in a way they have never experienced before.

This exceptional web series revolves around the original fictional universe of the Mortal Kombat franchise, introducing viewers to a universe steeped in a lethal, inter-dimensional fighting tournament. This multiverse is composed of realms, each one protected by age-old rules and restrictions, and each one facing the threat of termination through 'Mortal Kombat', a fighting tournament organized by the Elder Gods of the universe. This premise provides the backdrop for the entire Mortal Kombat: Legacy series, and the tournament forms the focal point of the narrative.

Each episode in the series shines a spotlight on different characters from the extensive Mortal Kombat roster. It is a testament to the creators' understanding of the source material as they manage to provide depth and backstory to characters that were largely confined to the realm of button-mashing video games. The lore is significantly expanded upon and individual characters are given in-depth background stories, humanizing them unlike ever before.

The series is very successful at weaving together the web of intertwining stories, contributing to the overall Mortal Kombat universe. Backstories of the characters, their motivations, their alliances and rivalries, all contribute towards their participation in the Mortal Kombat tournament. Fan favorite characters like Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage, Kitana, and Raiden all feature in unique episodes, allowing viewers the opportunity to understand each character better. Each episode feels like a mini movie, presenting subplots that converge with the main narrative, gradually leading up to the climactic tournament.

The production value of Mortal Kombat: Legacy is surprisingly high for a web series, especially considering its time of release. The series features a blend of high-quality CGI and practical effects resulting in spectacular fight scenes and mesmerizing visuals that add a sheen of cinematic value to it. The signature graphic violence and gore of the Mortal Kombat franchise are excellently portrayed in this series.

Contrary to the games, the series adopts a more grounded, realistic approach. Where fantasy elements can't be avoided, they are still considerably toned down. The series also explores darker themes and has a serious tone, a shift from the campy nature of the original video game, which was marked by over-the-top violence and humor. This matured approach to storytelling allows the characters to move away from their one-dimensional video game origins into complex, multi-faceted individuals, with their own fears, desires, and motivations.

The series also finds success in its casting decisions. Mortal Kombat: Legacy boasts an ensemble cast featuring talents like Michael Jai White, Jeri Ryan, and Ian Anthony Dale, who breathe life into their characters with sterling performances.

One of the special elements of Mortal Kombat: Legacy is its accessibility. You don’t need to be a hardcore fan of the franchise to understand or appreciate the series. The show doesn’t shy away from unveiling its characters’ origins or the stakes of the Mortal Kombat tournament to newcomers. Simultaneously, it seduces long-time fans with its references to the rich lore of the franchise, respecting the history of the series while adding fresh perspectives.

In summary, Mortal Kombat: Legacy is a spectacular endeavor that successfully expands on the Mortal Kombat franchise. It's a must-watch for fans of the franchise and for those who appreciate intense, thematic storytelling paired with brutal combat and high-stakes drama. Both the seasons convey the essence of Mortal Kombat, making it more accessible to newcomers while giving a new perspective to dedicated fans of the franchise. This web series truly demonstrates that Mortal Kombat can flourish outside the realm of video games.

Mortal Kombat: Legacy is a series categorized as a currently airing. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 19 episodes, the show debuted on 2011. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.3.

Channel
Machinima
Rating
7.3/10
Cast
Casper Van Dien, Ian Anthony Dale, Samantha Win
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