Goro Bust 3D print model
Goro is a fictional character from the universe of Mortal Kombat, created by ed boon and John Tobias. He first appears in the original Mortal Kombat game as a boss who challenges the player before the final fight with Shang Zong. Goro belongs to a race called Shokan, four-armed creatures, half-human half-dragon. For 500 years, Goro was the champion of the mortal Kombat tournament before being defeated by the future champion Liu Kang in the original game. Unlike most of the characters in the game, which were digitized models of live actors, Goro was a clay sculpture animated through puppet animation technology. Is Goro in the next two games of the series were presented to two other fighters of his race, Kintaro and sheeva. However, as a playable character, he returned to Mortal Kombat Trilogy, and then appeared in the home versions of Mortal Kombat 4 as a sub-boss and unlockable character, and according to the storyline, rehabilitated himself on the side of good. Goro, who made a Pact with Shao Kahn, returned again as a villain and playable fighter in the 2004 versions of Mortal Kombat: Deception for GameCube and PSP. He subsequently appeared in Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, a 2011 reboot and a 2015 sequel. Goro is considered one of the cult characters in the series, with reviewers noting him as one of the most memorable and difficult bosses in the history of video games. He is also featured in other media sources of the franchise, such as a number of Mortal Kombat comics[en] and the 1995 film Mortal Kombat, including his animated prequel Mortal Kombat: the Journey begins.