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Mortal Kombat vs Street Fighter – Sub-Zero vs Akuma

21 Apr 2008 | Flash, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter |  2 comments

Sub-Zero vs Akuma, or Ogre as he is named in the above video clip. One word – MK biasness, eh, that is two words instead of one. You get the idea. Download the .3gp file here to view this movie clip on your cellphone later.

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Deimos’s Thoughts
Why is Akuma named Ogre? Is this what the western people call Akuma? Deimos knows that Akuma is also referred to as Gouki, or Hao Gui in Mandarin, but never heard of folks calling him Ogre before. In the comic book story, Akuma is a very powerful martial artist, he ought to be able to kick Sub-Zero’s rear end real easily, unlike what is recorded in the above video clip.

Deimos Asks
Who do you think should have won instead? As in, who is more powerful?


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  1. 21st April 2008 
    10:42 am         

    said the following:

    If i’m not mistaken, Akuma means monster/devil in Japanese but ofcourse this is just general knowledge since me and Apple watch alot Japanese Anime and Movies.

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  3. 21st April 2008 
    12:10 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    I think Akuma means 豪鬼, because that’s what his name is in Mandarin! 😛