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Press Start: Poker, Mon

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Press Start: Bonus Levels
"Poker, Mon"

It's poker night at Count Nefarious Vile's lair, but Captain Psychodrive brings entirely the wrong kind of deck. Featuring the voice of Mortal Kombat's John Turk!

Turk played the title role in "Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero" -- including the game's live-action movie scenes -- as well as sorcerer Shang Tsung and the spectrum of palette-swapped ninjas in "Mortal Kombat 3" and "MK Trilogy".

"Press Start: Bonus Levels" is a monthly animated series based on the upcoming videogame comedy movie "Press Start".

Created and animated by "Press Start" writer Kevin Folliard and produced by "Press Start" director/producer Ed Glaser, "Bonus Levels" goes where the movie can't, introducing audiences to the world of the film even before the movie is completed.

Each episode is only a few minutes long and features the voice talents of the "Press Start" cast, as well as others, plus music by professional videogame composer Jake "virt" Kaufman.

For more information about "Press Start", visit www.PressStartMovie.com.

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Why do you think he's in hell

Love it

I win you lose

Here it is!

It's stuff like this that makes you realize how long this series has been going on. I was afraid it wasn't going to be a "Pokemon" parody at first, but it was. Gee, I haven't heard of the pokemon TCG in the longest time. I think, in terms of popularity, it got an even bigger shaft than the anime. Anyway, it's great to look back to see how much of the mythology has progressed over the series. You're really getting introduced more to the characters.

I had never even seen Johnson before he turned into a turtle! The quality of animation certainly got up the longer it went on. It's great you have managed to make not one, but TWO live-action movies out of this. Wow, you made this joke long before the Nostalgia Critic did. It even manages to make it relevant to the theme!

son of a...

almost lost your everyone rating?

I<3Press Start series