Warner Bros. Dates Mortal Kombat with James Wan to Produce

Warner Bros. is finally ready to test their might. Deadline reports that the James Wan-produced Mortal Kombat movie now has a release date of March 5, 2021. This is news I’ve been hoping for since 2010 when the Kevin Tancharoen-directed Mortal Kombat: Rebirth short was released. Don’t get me wrong; I was a big fan… Continue reading Warner Bros. Dates Mortal Kombat with James Wan to Produce

REVIEW: Dead or Alive 6 (2019)

“She kicks high”  Full disclosure: I’ve been playing the Dead or Alive franchise since the first entry in arcades (for you munchkins that have no clue what one of those is, it’s a place where you go after school to burn through what little money you have from allowance or from saving your lunch money… Continue reading REVIEW: Dead or Alive 6 (2019)

REVIEW: Soul Calibur VI (2018)

“Transcending history, and the world, a tale of souls and swords eternally retold.” The 3D, weapon-based fighter has been a prominent member of the one-on-one fighting genre since its debut as Soul Edge in 1995, with six main entries and several ports and spin-offs. As a whole, the series is well-regarded for its smooth animations… Continue reading REVIEW: Soul Calibur VI (2018)

Tekken 7 Season Pass 2 Announced

Yesterday wrapped up the finals of Tekken 7 at the annual fighting game frenzy that is EVO. With a tease to Tekken fans present at the big event, Tekken’s series director, Katsuhiro Harada, announced a new season of content for the fighting game. Fans of the franchise know what a new season means for them:… Continue reading Tekken 7 Season Pass 2 Announced