MORTAL KOMBAT: LEGACY Episode 4 – Kitana & Mileena (Part 1)

     May 3, 2011


The fourth episode of director Kevin Tancharoen’s Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series has hit the net and it focuses on Kitana (Sam Tjhia) and Mileena (Jolene Tran).   The episode also features our first look at Baraka.

While the last two weeks were censored when they first hit the net (which makes zero sense as this is based on a game that is famous for its blood and fatalities), the fourth episode has been released uncensored.  Also, unlike the last few episodes that were all live-action, episode four features animation mixed with live-action.  It’s also part one of two.  Hit the jump to check it out.  You can click here for all our previous Mortal Kombat: Legacy coverage which features interviews with the cast and all the previous episodes.



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