Sometimes the best parts of a game you'll never see. I'm not sure on who's recommendation, but I did my best to avoid Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub Zero. However, after watching this I come to find that I missed out on a freaking awesome ending; one that for it's many merits, I'm obligated to share with all of you.
While the actual playing of the game is probably as horrible and tedious a chore as can be experienced from your couch, luckily there is another way to watch. It's to our benefit, that in the age of Youtube, we can just sit back and watch a vintage, off-color marriage of pixel and celluloid, as is exhibited in the game's ending, without mashing a single button. It's so absurd and over-the-top that I would go so far as to say that this, as a standalone piece... this is ART.
Well, I'm not going to tell you what to think, but maybe consider these key points.
1. The AI (it's ok, you don't have to play)
2. The green screen
3. The CG
4. The motion capture (in game)
5. The gag reel
6. The appearance of representatives of the Senate Subcommittee on Videogame Violence.
I'm not sure if this is a loveletter to the game makers, or the makers of the video; the poor fool who performed those high kicks on the green screen, or the poor fool who performed them with the x button in his living room... but I, sir(s), commend you on bringing this into the world.