Tagged:  Mortal Kombat

By OzBoxLive, April 3, 2013 Podcast, Season 7

OzBoxLive | Podcast – Join Australian Microsoft Xbox MVP’s Mark & David for our Injustice: Gods Among Us special episode of OzBoxLive Radio. We discuss the latest News from the Game Developers Conference and recent Game Announcements. Our TechXpert gives some tips on Powerline Adapters. We then focus on the new INJUSTICE game and discuss the Character Line Up, previous Mortal Kombat and other Fighting Games. Finally we have an Xclusive Interview with John Edwards (Lead Designer at NetherRealm Studios) about the Game and Features. We then wrap everything up with a competition to win another 3 Month Xbox Live Gold code.

By Mark Libman, February 22, 2013 Features, News

OzBoxLive News | The most recent Mortal Kombat was refused classification in 2011 in Australia. Recently it has been approved for Australia… well most of it. According to the EB Games Australia website it will be available on the 29th of MAY… except in Queensland.

By OzBoxLive, February 22, 2012 Podcast, Season 6

OzBoxLive | Podcast – We are back for another exciting episode of OzBoxLive Radio. Join Australian Microsoft Xbox MVP’s Mark & David as they discuss some of the latest News, Updates and Announcements concerning the Xbox 360 in Australia and New Zealand. We have a Review of SKYRIM, Xclusive Interview on MORTAL KOMBAT, Feature Discussion on Violence in Games and much more.

By OzBoxLive, September 2, 2011 Podcast, Season 5

OzBoxLive | Podcast – In this special episode of OzBoxLive Radio we have an Xclusive Interview on Bioshock Infinite from the show floor at E3 2011, the Latest News, discussion on Issue #72 of The Official Australian Xbox Magazine, OzBoxLive.com 4.0, Forza 4 and Warthogs, Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection, 3D TV and more.

By OzBoxLive, August 24, 2011 Features, Press Release

The Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection will officially be available for download worldwide on September 1, 2011. This will mark the first time the original Mortal Kombat arcade trilogy – Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 – have been brought together in a single collection.