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Submitted by ian86 586d ago | interview

Interview With David Lee McInnis [Mortal Kombat: Legacy II] | Shogun Gamer

Ian Fisher writes: With Raiden being a more integral component of Mortal Kombat: Legacy II, a new actor has arisen to fill the legendary shoes of the character. After making a splash in various film and TV projects in South Korea, actor David Lee McInnis has assumed the role of the Thunder God that is Raiden for the second season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy. Providing a fresh take on the character that stays true to what players have seen in the video games, I think people will be surprised by the nuanced yet thoroughly enjoyable take David has taken with the character.

To learn more about his background as an actor and his time working on Mortal Kombat: Legacy II, David chats with Shogun Gamer in this exclusive interview. (Culture, david lee mcinnis, Mortal Kombat, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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