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    Watch all fatalities in ‘Mortal Kombat X’

    Remember when the U.S. government decided to step in and stop violence in video games? Back in 1992, Mortal Kombat was considered so violent it led to the 1993 Congressional Hearings on violence in gaming, which ultimately resulted in the creation of the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) in 1994. The series is known for […] More

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    Open Source #20: The Art of Modding

    The Open Source crew delve into the world of post-game content this episode, as they discuss the difficulty Steam has faced with charging for user-created mods as well as the controversial DLC for Mortal Kombat. Also this week, the issue of Length vs Cost rears its head once more thanks to a listener’s email, and […] More

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    The Censorship Issue

    There are an endless myriad of games that have faced the mighty wand of censorship over the years. There’s Final Fantasy VI‘s attempted suicide scene, the blood turned magically into “sweat” in the SNES version of a not-so-Mortal Kombat, the Muslim inspired music and symbology of The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time, and, […] More

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    Fistful of Film Fury: Welcome to the fight of your lives

    Welcome to Fistful of Film Fury, Sound on Sight’s new regular column exploring the world of martial arts film (The term world is taken seriously in this case, as shall be demonstrated in the weeks and months to come.). Fighting movies have been one of the most sought-after genres since the 1970s. The expansion of its popularity came in the aforementioned decade and was in large part due to the jaw-dropping output from the Shaw Brothers Studios in its heyday. More

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    Incredible Fan Film: Street Fighter Vs. Mortal Kombat

    The Tumblr round-up is a compilation of images, links, posters, stories, videos and so on, taken from the Sound On Sight Tumblr account. We simply do not have the man power nor time to write articles on every interesting movie related goody we find, so this is our way of still promoting some of the […] More