The ''Mortal Kombat'' series has generated $1 billion since its initial release in 1992, and the latest, ''Mortal Kombat: Deception,'' hit U.S. stores Oct. 4. Midway announced on Oct. 12 it had already shipped 1 million copies, and more than 130,000 matches were played over the Internet in the first week after the game was released.
With the holiday season approaching, Midway hopes ''Mortal Kombat: Deception'' will help it record its first profit since 1999. The company has added developers, streamlined the product line, and revamped its marketing strategy in the last year.
Originally Posted by : K-TwizzyIf and when they make the 7th installment of Mortal Kombat, I hope that they will bring Sektor back. Plus, what the deal with Noob Saibot being Sub-Zero's older brother?
They're not making profits? Maybe they should go back to MK 3 everything....just with new characters moves and fatalities. I'd be happy with them graphics, and so on.
Originally Posted by : chadspade2006The deal is that he was the original Sub-Zero and was reborn in the Netherealm with a new persona after his death at Scorpion's hands.
Plus, what the deal with Noob Saibot being Sub-Zero's older brother?