HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

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HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by class316 » January 12th, 2017, 3:27 pm

With some of the cast to boot :yikes:

I would love to get photo ops. I would have honestly traveled for that con

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Re: HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by Greg2600 » January 12th, 2017, 4:19 pm

Wow. It was hosted at the Galloping Ghost arcade in Illinois. Good spot for it for two reasons. First, that place houses the most prototype and rare arcade hardware anywhere in the world. It's absolutely amazing, and all playable. Second, Mortal Kombat was developed by Midway Games, which was headquartered in Chicago until going out of business. These were only the "actors" who were digitized for the game, I don't think they provided voices. As a game collector, I personally would rather meet the designers themselves. They did the actual work, they created the game.
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Re: HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by class316 » January 12th, 2017, 6:14 pm

Greg2600 wrote:Wow. It was hosted at the Galloping Ghost arcade in Illinois. Good spot for it for two reasons. First, that place houses the most prototype and rare arcade hardware anywhere in the world. It's absolutely amazing, and all playable. Second, Mortal Kombat was developed by Midway Games, which was headquartered in Chicago until going out of business. These were only the "actors" who were digitized for the game, I don't think they provided voices. As a game collector, I personally would rather meet the designers themselves. They did the actual work, they created the game.
They performed the moves and were who you controlled so still cool to get
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Re: HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by lanza218 » January 12th, 2017, 11:36 pm

Ill take the voice over guy. MORTAL KOOMMMBBAATTTTTT

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Re: HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by class316 » January 13th, 2017, 3:24 am

lanza218 wrote:Ill take the voice over guy. MORTAL KOOMMMBBAATTTTTT
This wasn't the video game though it was the movie (which is considered bad)
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Re: HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by lanza218 » January 13th, 2017, 10:25 pm

And the voice is in the movie. Hence valid. Hence im correct

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Re: HAEH? There was a Mortal Kombat con?

Post by class316 » January 14th, 2017, 2:22 am

lanza218 wrote:And the voice is in the movie. Hence valid. Hence im correct
Never said it wasn't valid.
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