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Hi-Res Trailer available for Free Download

Due to heavy traffic the Deadly Alliance official site was forced to pull their 640X480 version of the MK: Deadly Alliance Trailer. However C|NET Download and Gamespot are offering their own with a free 21.4 MB version in QuickTime format for the next two weeks. You don't want to miss out on this one!

Official Site releases new Arena Images and Artwork

New images and artwork have just been released on the official site.  The images are of three new stages in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. Make sure to take a look at the one labeled  Kuatan Palace. Could Goro be making another appearance in this fifth installment? Also the official site has art work from a statue in the Acid Bath arena. Click below for the large versions of the arenas available at and .

Gamespot Q&A with Midway
Gamespot has just release a Q&A; with Midway regarding Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. The Q&A states much of the information that we have previously known, such as the fact that the game will be unique from the rest of the series. It states a little more information on the storyline and mentions the game will have many new modes of play, new fatalities, and a slightly different way of controlling the characters based on the 3D interface.  Also Midway mentions that characters will be averaging between 7,000 and 10,000 polygons per character. Still no information on new characters.

Game Informer Deadly Alliance Cover Story
Game Informer Magazine has sent our way the cover image of their upcoming April 2002 issue which will feature an exclusive behind the scenes look of Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.  Through this article we will learn more detailed information on the storyline as well as details on the game's "multiple-move-set fighting system". 

The April issue of Game Informer is slated to hit newsstands in two weeks.

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MK: Deadly Alliance Trailer available for download

The Official Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance Website has updated tonight with downloadable versions of the recently released trailer of Scorpion. It is available in various different file types including two QuickTime versions. Be warned that the QuickTime versions are huge so dial-up users might want to download the .mpg instead. Thanks to our friend John Overlie for the heads up.

Update 5/07/02: The official site has removed the high-res versions, but are now available at C|Net Download for a limited time.