The best reboots are the kind that doesn't necessarily chuck all previous continuity to the abyss but still reaping the benefits of a clean slate
Mortal Kombat (2011)
even though its a retelling of the first three games the story starts where the last game leaves off; despite Inferno being dead the villan and Raiden are still alive to compete for the "God Like Power" The Villan wins and Raiden in a desparate attempt to save the future sends a message back in time to his younger self to "have him win" weither its the same timeline or not it acknowledges that the events of MK Armegeddon happened despite the now altered timeline
i'll just let John Mathers character explain it
"we'll reboot the reboot"
I'm not clear on this but apprantly the Flash runs across time and space and somehow has restarted everything, with him and someone cloaked in pink being the only ones who know of this
Originally Posted by Bob-Carcass
WWE might not be a sport much anymore, but professional wrestling sure is.
Originally Posted by Cliffy Byro
Bischoff did it first, Vince got the credit for it. Like alot of things.
Originally Posted by Eclairal
That's the problem in WWE. The WWE forgot that this is also a sport and that they should make it at least a little realistic.
Last edited by nevereveragainu : 12-10-2012 at 06:52 AM.