The lights are on
The second season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, the web series based on the Mortal Kombat mythologies, is now available to watch online in its entirety.
There are 10 episodes in total. You can check out the first episode below, where a drunk Liu Kang takes on the city's local gangster collective. You can check out the rest of the episodes here.
Our TakeWith online shows like Halo's Forward Unto Dawn, video game web series have become one of the more prevalent means of promoting a video game. Mortal Kombat Legacy is certainly one of the more impressive ones.
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This is a surprise. All at once?!
All episodes at once? Okay... not going to complain.
Huh...the entire second season all at once? Cool
This is great! I really enjoyed the first season.
Saw it the day it came out and it is awesome!!!!
Watched them all yesterday. Well shot, decently written, competently acted and completely lackluster.
The first couple of episodes are great, but it goes straight downhill from there. There's very little actual fighting, and what is there lacks the brutality Mortal Kombat is known for. It doesn't help that the effects are about as cheap-looking as they come and the designs for notable characters (Sub-Zero, Ermac) are terribly generic or just downright bad.
It's also on the short side, about 45 minutes total to burn through all 10 episodes. It feels like the whole thing was shot in about a week, with a solid third of the season being flashbacks to the previous season. Season one premiered in April of 2011, 2+ years seems like an awful long time to for such little content.
Season One was much, much better in every regard.
I really liked the first season, particularly the Johnny Cage episode. And the twist they did with Liu Kang was awesome! He looks like pure evil. Good lord.
For being a web series,it was done great! I loved both seasons and cant wait for the movie.
Season 1 > season 2.
I was really let down by this.
i feel like when they make the new Mortal Kombat movie, it needs to be more focused on a few characters. I'd go with the story of Sub-Zero and Scorpion.