We already know that Mortal Kombat is planning to go back to its gory roots for its March reboot. To make good on that promise, Shang Tsung's abominable creation, Mileena, has received her own trailer where the devs are asked where theyd take her on a date. Real talk, we'd probably go for Sonya Blade instead, but it's probably not a good idea to turn down a girl with sharp metal teeth. [G4TV]

Despite being gamers, we like sports (and we don't care who knows)—and Marshawn Lynch's insane TD run against New Orleans on Saturday has become the meme to unite the two worlds. People have already given it the Super Mario Bros. treatment, but we're gonna go with the recreation in Tecmo Bowl as the winner. [YouTube]

A recent eBay listing showcases a Legend of Zelda dinnerware set from 1989, which the seller describes "EXTREMELY RARE" and "Brand New Still in the Packaging". Besides needing to maybe pump the brakes on the caps lock, he may need a reality check—the starting bid for this item is $15,000. But if you simply can't wait to eat your lava-filled Hot Pocket on a plate adorned with a green-clothed elf boy, you can always buy out the auction for a cool $100,000 right now. Bargain hunters that we are, we'll just wait to cop it from the dollar bin at the Kakariko Swap Meet. [Kotaku]

A month after Bethesda's trailer at the VGAs, We're finally getting some details on the sequel to Oblivion, The Elder Scrolls IV: Skyrim. It looks like we may still wander aimlessly for hours looking for the main plotline, but at least now our characters can have beards and you can battle giant spiders! Wait, so it's set in WIlliamsburg? [Destructoid]

The battery life for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS is a disappointing 3-5 hours while playing 3DS games. More insane is that the battery takes 3.5 hours to fully recharge. No wonder Nintendo is including a charging dock when you buy the handheld. *eye roll* Thankfully, we'll be getting our hands on the 3DS again next week, so we'll report back. [Geek]

By Richie Procopio