March 1st, 2005
4:01 PM CST -
With the release of Mortal Kombat: Deception for Nintendo GameCube, reviews are starting to appear online. First out of the chute is GamePro.com's review (4.0/5.0).

IGN now has a 5-page review posted for GameCube Deception. (8.5/10) Lower than the other versions due to the lack of online play.

GameSpot puts up their review, which is an update of their previous Xbox and PS2 reviews with GameCube blurbs. (8.3/10) Lower by .2 than the previous versions.

1UP.com adds their review to the pile, focusing on the expanded roster. (7.5/10)

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7:08 PM CST -
March 8th, 2005
11:59 PM CST -
Our Mortal Kombat TV Games contest has concluded as we have received both confirmations from our two winners. The winners are...

Matthew R. Spurlock (Murfreesboro, TN)
Michael Giannetto (Centereach, NY)

Thanks to everyone for entering and congratulations to the winners!
March 23rd, 2005
4:02 PM CST -
FileFront has a new article up, previewing the next installation to the Mortal Kombat adventure game series, Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks. Here's a snippet:

Trying to move a game from one medium into another, even if there are only a handful of changes to make, might very well take a game from a realm of understanding into an area of resistance. There is quite a fan-base behind the game that will hold it up to much scrutiny, but what the game has going for it is the fact that outside of the limited amount of story it gave to you, there have not been any real attempts to create a larger world out of the limited storyline that came with the games original releases.

Credit: Michael McDonough via e-mail.
March 31st, 2005
11:24 AM CST -
Midway has snuck in three renders of Reptile, Kung Lao, and Shang Tsung from Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks. Check them out.



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