May 1st, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
Game Informer posted 3 more screenshots raising the total up to 10 now. Check them out in the Picture Gallery. This new batch of captures looks a lot better than the previous grainy ones.
The game's graphics are stunning, which should be expected with John Tobias behind the scenes. However, graphics alone do not make a hit game. We'll have to rely on some previews in the up and coming months to find out how MKM:S-Z's gameplay fares. Thanks to FX for the notification.
May 5th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
The summer blockbuster movie hit, Mortal Kombat, is back on the copper wire. Starz is showing Mortal Kombat: The Movie during the month of May. FYI, Starz is a Premium Channel and does not come as a basic service in most areas. However, if you're one of the fortunate people that have a subscription to Starz, here's the broadcast schedule in Central Daylight Time.

7:00am, 5:15pm
9:15am, 5:15pm

May 7th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
This time these new pics come from Like before, the screenshots show off the amazing graphics of MK Mythologies: Sub-Zero. However, in pic #11 we're given the first look at a gameplay feature, climbing ropes. Check out the new pics in the Picture Gallery.
May 11th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
It seems that a lot of work is going into this moive since 3 months from now is just not enough time to finish. The original release date set at August 1st was pushed back yesterday to
November 21st. If they're using this time to make the movie better, then take all the time you need cause I'd rather see asolid movie than a rushed piece of crap. However, this push back
could just allow Midway to put codes from MK4 into the movie to, once again, lure in the people that want to get an edge in the arcades.
12:01 PM CST -
Ed Boon has re-uploaded his website. Nothing has changed since the last modified date, 3-09-97. Thanks to Cola for letting me know
May 18th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
VideoGameSpot has an in-depth preview of MK Mythologies: Sub-Zero. The facts are compiled from the
RealAudio interview with John Tobais, published on April 9th.
May 19th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
In order to make my life easier, I hired TetterkeT to be in charge of making a new interface to organize the news articles. He's finished and today is the debut. The new interface allows older news articles to be easily accessable and adds new articles much faster and hassle-free. Also, I would like to take the time to again thank Buggers (N.I.I.S. Shadow Ops) for his continued support and talented Linux expertise.

May 20th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
Check it out. Shao Kahn, played by Brian Thompson, is in full effect in Mortal Kombat Annihilation. His costume doesn't appear too heavy or bulky, so we will definitely see him participate in some awesome fight scenes. To learn more about Mortal Kombat Annihilation, check out the Current MK Productions section of this site.
Picture courtesy of Entertainment Weekly

May 21st, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
There are quite a lot of Mortal Kombat Annihilation rumors on the Corona Films website. All of the information on their page is considered to be "scoop" material, i.e. rumors. Some of these rumors are: Scorpion and Sub-Zero have a fighting sequence, an important character gets killed in the beginning (my guess would be Cage), Ryan Cortez will play as Rain, and the story line will setup MKM:S-Z. Whether or not this information is true or false is yet to be determined. I myself wouldn't consider these "scoops" as concrete facts.
12:01 PM CST -
According to GamePro Issue #105, Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero is scheduled to debut at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, June 19-21, 1997. The game will appear at the Midway Home Entertainment booth, number 4145. If anyone is heading down there and would be interested in taking some snapshots please contact me at :-
May 27th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
As I first reported on April 29th, Shinnok will not only be the basis of MK4's storyline, but he will be the game's FINAL BOSS. In light of the whole aspect of Noob Saibot being the double agent that aided in Shinnok in over throwing Emperor Shao Kahn, Noob Saibot is given stronger powers by Shinnok as proper payment for his deeds, making Noob Saibot a SUB-BOSS.
May 30th, 1997
12:00 PM CST -
Heh. For all you people that have criticized me for putting up such a stupid disclaimer, you have been fewled! The disclaimer was a mockery of all the pages that condemn people that put at the bottom of their pages, "DO NOT STEAL MY STUFF!!!" Give me a break. This is the Internet, an electronic world of mass chaos. If I had some information that I wanted nobody to use. I sure wouldn't post it on the Internet. That's the way I see it when people put up graphics and news up and put little disclaimers on their page not to steal anything. There is no way in hell that anybody can stop someone from simply copying and pasting stuff from site to site. The only problem I have with this issue is that people do this without giving credit to the proper place they got their information from. If you decide that you would like to use something from this site, all I ask for is that you put a link to my site within the information stating that you got it from here. No biggie. :-)
12:01 PM CST -
As appeared on Gamespot news, Midway Home Entertainment's new marketing company, DDB Needham Interactive, website developers and PepsiWorld creators, will create an official MKM:S-Z website to appear in the PepsiWorld site. Check back for more details
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