Mortal Kombat: danievedo_'s Jade cosplay is fatal

Mortal Kombat: danievedo_'s Jade cosplay is fatal

Mortal Kombat

With over 73 million copies sold worldwide, Mortal Kombat is the best-selling fighting series in history. An incredible success achieved through adrenaline and bloody fights, but also thanks to a vast cast of characters full of charisma who have become true icons, loved by both players and cosplayers. In this regard, today we propose the cosplay of Jade from Mortal Kombat made by danievedo_.

Jade made her debut in the Mortal Kombat series as a secret character in the second chapter, in the now distant 1993. Since then she has become a recurring presence , appearing in most NetherRealm Studios fighting games. Jade is Princess Kitana's inseparable friend. In the series we have seen her at work both in the eyes of the royal descendant and in the service of Shao Kahn as his personal assassin and spy.

Jade's cosplay signed by danievedo_ is really well done and faithful to the videogame counterpart. Her costume is characterized by the inevitable mix of black and jade green fabric and there is no lack of attention to the details of the belt, mask and chains.

If you want to see more cosplay, we recommend the Harley Quinn cosplay by Kalinka Fox from Suicide Squad and the cosplay from 2B from Nier Automata of sarah.tonin99 who peers into your soul. How not to mention the Sinon cosplay from Sword Art Online made by kri_cos which takes us to Alfheim and the Misty from Pokémon cosplay by win_winry from the beach.

Have you noticed any errors?

How Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, and Other Fighting Games Rebooted Themselves

By the time we got to Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, which featured the series’ entire playable cast up to that point, the series had gone a little too off-course. The next canon game in the series, Mortal Kombat (otherwise known as Mortal Kombat 9 or Mortal Kombat 2011 for simplicity’s sake), was all about bringing the series back to its roots. Armageddon featured the entire roster fighting it out for ultimate power, and the winner turned out to be the villainous Shao Kahn. In a last-ditch effort to save reality from Kahn’s wrath, Raiden sent a mysterious message back to his younger self: “He must win!”

From there, Mortal Kombat 9 became a more detailed retelling of the original three games, but with a few alterations due to Raiden’s attempts to prevent the dark future. Lots of characters died and the repercussions were felt in its sequel, Mortal Kombat X. That game jumped forward about 20 years and established new characters and relationships that were far more popular than the PS2 games.

Then Mortal Kombat 11 happened and things got nuts. The titan Kronika could control the flow of time and used her abilities to throw a bunch of characters from Mortal Kombat II into the present. Lots of fun interactions happened between warriors and their time-displaced counterparts, but by the end of the story, it led to yet ANOTHER reboot of the timeline.

While the bad ending of Mortal Kombat 11 has Shang Tsung conquering the multiverse, the good version has Liu Kang (now a god) controlling the timeline and going back 500 years to prevent Goro from becoming Mortal Kombat champion. Kind of puts a damper on everyone’s character development, but okay.


Samurai Shodown continuity is weird because it’s just a bunch of extremely skilled people with dangerous weapons trying to kill each other, but barely anyone ever dies. In fact, these characters go through the motions of fighting each other to the not-quite-death over and over while the actual threats build up off-screen. For instance, you’ll be racking up wins as Haohmaru, and every now and then a cutscene will introduce some demonic entity powering up elsewhere. Then said entity will eventually cross paths with Haohmaru, lose, and Haohmaru will move on with his life.

The chronology of these games are all over the place though, even though many of the games feel so similar. After SNK made the first two entries, the studio decided that the third and fourth should take place BEFORE the second. And Samurai Shodown V is the first chronological chapter in the story for some reason.

Powered by Blogger.