Sub-Zero vs Scorpion
" Didn't Scorpion kill Sub Zero? "Sub Zero killed Scorpion
Scorpion got revived as a demon and killed Sub-Zero
Sub-Zero's brother wants to avenge his death
And then I fucking gave up
Scorpion wears a yellow Lin Quei tunic to mock how cowardly they are
Shit, I haven't thought about this in years. Oh yeah. Scorpion all the way
HAY GUYZ CAN WE JUSS BE FRENDZ????//
Actually, uhh... Sub-Zero killed Scorpion, which is why Scorpion is dead. Or undead. A spectre. Whatever you want to call him.
Both are necessary, but I think Scorpion is generally favored. As for me... don't make me choose. I'd pick Reptile over both of them. Not that he's a better character or is more integral to the series, but I always loved the mysteriousness of Reptile.
And speaking of Scorpion, if characters have 2 fatalities, it seems that there is no fire fatality for Scorpion, which is a bit odd. The gamespot live demo showed one, where the slashes at the torse, than head, kicks the torso away and slashes the mid air head in 2, but in the Fatality montage video they showed at E3 (and havent release officially for some reason), you see him slashing off someone's legs, and then it cuts to someone else. So 2 sword fatalitites it seems. I actually don;t mind because usually his fire fatalities lack in the gore department, but it's still weird
Scorpion, for sure. Speaking of the original ninjas, I don't like the look they've gradually developed since MK3, what with armor looking parts to their outfit, pointless decoration and the metal "faceguard" or whatever that's supposed to be. Bring back the all-fabric outfits for the ninjas, please. Part of what made them so great was that whole simplicity to their look, they didn't use fucking weapons or made any effort to their outfit except to cover up presumably grotesque appearances.
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