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Mortal Kombat Conquest Now Showing on HBO Max

Thanks to the release of the new Mortal Kombat movie -- it looks like everyone has a case of MK fever! If you're looking for more live-action thrills after streaming the new release on HBO Max, the service now has you covered with cult-favourite late nineties televisaion series - Mortal Kombat: Conquest! Read on for details:

Mortal Kombat Spears HBO Max Viewership Record

We already know Mortal Kombat had a strong opening weekend at the domestic box office and it looks like its found a record breaking audience on WarnerMedia's HBO Max streaming platform as well! The new release looks to become the most watched new programming for the service according to third-party ratings. Read on for details:

Mortal Kombat Movie Schedules New Release Date & Trailer

Following news that Mortal Kombat will receive a simultaneous theatrical and streaming premier; the upcoming feature film has re-scheduled a release date for April next year! Read on for the full story:

Mortal Kombat to Receive Theatrical & HBO Max Premier in 2021

When Mortal Kombat is finally released in 2021 it will receive a simultaneous premier in theaters and streaming! HBO Max announced the radical shift in business for Warner Bros movies with a slate of blockbuster releases coming to the big screen and premium streaming platform. Watch the trailer:

Insert Coin: Midway Games Documentary Now Streaming

Insert Coin: The Midway Chronicles is the highly anticipated documentary that revisits the explosive history of Midway Games -- and it's out now! Directed by Midway's own Josh Tsui, and featuring interviews with a cavalcade of gaming royalty, it tells the story of a pioneering company's legacy from the perspective of those who were there. Read on for the trailer and how you can watch:

Streaming Mortal Kombat via Steam - Is It Worth It?

Last year, Valve Software announced that they were introducing their own entries into the world of gaming consoles. Their approach differs from that of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo; they have gone the way of Android, where they have created their own Linux distribution called SteamOS, and are encouraging PC manufacturers to create their own hardware boxes called Steam Machines. While SteamOS can run any Steam game that has been ported over to Linux, its other big selling point is In-Home Streaming, which will allow players to control and play a game from one system while the game itself runs from a second system. Thus, a person with a Steam Machine could play a Windows game from a Windows-based PC on the same network.

Mortal Kombat Available For Streaming on Netflix
Fans of Mortal Kombat: The Movie rejoice! In addition to the Canadian Blu-Ray release later this month, the video-by-mail giant Netflix is also making the movie available for its members as one of its "Watch Instantly" collection.

This is big news as more and more devices such as PS3, Xbox 360, Tivo Premiere, and even certain televisions are showing support for this feature.

In somewhat related news, Street Fighter: The Movie has also been made available for streaming as well. Coincidence, or a sign of grudging acceptance of video game movies in general?

Thanks again to samus_aran3900 for another News Lead!
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