字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (mouse clicks) ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ Mortal Kombat! Mortal Kombat. - Alrighty. - Oh my gosh. (gasps) What? Oh. Oh, I love it! (irked) You guys. Talk about "sticking you while you're down," huh? Oh, are you showing me all the fatalities right now? (in game: agonized shrieking) Oh, jeez. Those are ribs. Those are ribs. (disgusted) No. The old Ribby Magoo. Oh man, killed with your own rib cage. It's like that perfect balance of gore and comedy. (in game: bones cracking) - (in game: gurgling) - (both) Oh! Oh my god. Did that come out her nose? Aah! - Gosh. - (game announcer) Ermac wins. That was one of the most creatively disgusting things I've ever seen. Is it over? Is it over? Please. (in game) Yah! (laughing in disgust) - (in game: agonized cry) - Ugh! (both) Oh!!! - Ugh!!! - (game announcer) Ferra/Torr wins. Ew, you can see all the organs. Why am I still looking at it? That's the definition of "fatality" right there. Aw yeah, whatcha gonna do, Jax? (laughs uproariously) (neck snaps and spurts) Daaaamn. (game announcer) Jax wins. Who wouldn't use a neck as an ashtray? (stifled laugh) That was great. This is kinda funny, 'cause it's Johnny Cage and his daughter. All right. Think she's good. Oh my god! She's dead! (in game: gurgling, then smack) (game announcer) Johnny Cage wins. That was just excessive. I can watch these all night. (grunting) - (in game: screaming) - Dude, no! - (in game: screaming) - (in game) Here's Johnny. (laughs loudly) Oh yeah! Movie references! - (game announcer) Fatality. - I love this [bleep]. Oh! I don't play video games, but is this what they're all about? Oh, there's more. - (in game) Aah! - Oh, this isn't going to be good. No. No! - (in game: crunch) - (both) Oh!!! Oh, it's so gratifying. It's getting easier to watch. - (game announcer) Kenshi wins. - Yeah, yeah, Kenshi. (snickering) That's so messed up. It's so gory, but it's also-- it's kinda funny. - (in game) Hyah! (grunts) - Ew! - (in game: grunt) - Oh, the old shish kebab. - (in game: crunching) - (chuckling) Oh... delicious. Yeah, it's a shish kebab. (quivery) Oh. Who makes these games?! Mileena's gross. If you guys are gonna try to convince me that this has a deeper meaning, I'm leaving. (grunt) Oh, Goro, what're you gonna do? Goro, she needs that. - (Goro grunts) - Oh! (sick) Oh. Well, she didn't have a chance. Look how big he was with his four arms. Outstanding. That was so scarring. (sighing) Oh my god, I'm so glad that's over. ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪ (Finebros) So all of these come from the new Mortal Kombat game. These are their new fatalities. What did you think of them? I thought that was awful. Super-awesome. I love it, I love it, I love it. Watching them in succession, I kinda realize why people think kids are [bleep] up these days. - Pretty gory, man. - Yeah, it's a bit much. It's weird that I couldn't stop watching those. It was kind of addicting, and you kind of got used to it. But that scares me. Are kids gonna look back on this and be like, (high-pitched voice) "Oh my god, so nostalgic!" (Finebros) Do you think they've gone too far - with these fatalities? - Yes. I think this is definitely going too far. I don't think this is going any farther than any other video game that I've seen clips of. How are you gonna stand out in a world of millions of video games if you don't rip out people's body parts like that? That's sort of what Mortal Kombat is. Fans of the series would cry foul if they didn't do that. It should be sickening... but I don't think it is. I don't think it's too much. They make it entertaining. And, I mean, we know it's a video game. Come on. "Here's Johnny"? That's brilliant. (Finebros) So have ever played a Mortal Kombat game? I have not. I've heard of Mortal Kombat. I've never played it. I didn't play much growing up. Mom not so much a fan. Dude, yeah, man. Sega Genesis. Mortal Kombat 3. - Yeah. - Yeah, I've played Mortal Kombat. I remember when the game got banned from the pizza shop. I was shocked as a kid. I would go to a friend's house who had it. And I would look at the screen in horror. And there's always this tension when you hear, "Finish him." You're like, "Oh [bleep], he's gonna do it?" And when he did it, it was just, like, so gory. I remember when games were beginning to get violent like this, like Mortal Kombat. The blood and language and Duke Nukem. You play and it's fun and it's like watching a scary movie. (Finebros) And what were the fatalities like in those early games - compared to these? - A little more cartoonish. It was much more profile. It was never to that extent. They were violent for back then, but nothing compared to these. It looked so cheesy. They're pixelated, and you can clearly tell that they're just, like, you know, photomapped real actors. (Finebros) So even though it was very tame in comparison, there was just as much uproar 20 years ago about Mortal Kombat as there is today. What do you think about the controversy staying the same for 20 years, even though the violence has gotten worse? I just think, as long as there's violence happening in real life, people are gonna look for something to blame. I think video games are an easy scapegoat. When is it going to get to a point where it's like, "What are we doing?" Everything has gotten violent. Everything's gotten more sexy and more scandalous to the point where you think, "There's no way it could get worse!" But people were saying that 10 years ago. It's never gonna end. There's always gonna be this controversy in violence and entertainment. There is a very, very clear separation between real-life violence and video game violence. I don't think this encourages kids to go out and perform similar acts. We have a generation of people who don't know anything about what real suffering and war is like. That's what I was gonna say, man. There's people who grew in, whatever, one of the world wars or Vietnam or whatever, and they're like, "Oh no, I've seen guts, man. It's not that awesome." (Finebros) If these were the fatalities of your childhood, do you think you could have handled it? I think I would have been a more corrupt adult. No. I think it would have scared me too much. I would have been super-disturbed. I was like a scaredy-cat as a kid. And I feel like if a child is playing this, that's a failure on the parents. My mother would have found whoever's responsible for that game and given them a talking to. It doesn't affect me that much.