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Mortal Kombat TV games


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  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002ZOIN8
  • Item model number: 545
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 17 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,426 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Set out to defeat the twisted Outworld Adversaries in the infamous arcade classic that started it all. This Plug It In & Play Mortal Kombat game plugs directly into your TV—no game console is required to play. Unit has built-in memory and a link cable for 2-player action. Choose from 7 original Mortal Kombat Kombatants to fight your way to becoming Grand Champion. Imported.

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Yes, it is fun to play and just a challenge!
tron3
In further stages, a fighter will be given the chance to battle Goro and the demon Shang Tsung for the title of Supreme Mortal Kombat warrior.
KirkIm
It's REALLY close to arcade perfect, but falls a little short here and there.
Tommy

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Tommy on September 17, 2005
I assume anyone reading these reviews is a fan of Mortal Kombat and wants to know how accurate this plug-n-play version is to the 90's arcade hit. I decide to help you out as I OWNED a coin-op Mortal Kombat I and II machine in 1996 and spent many hours in front of them. Well as far as this TV Games version goes, the characters are a nice size (bigger than the SNES or Genesis versions but a tad smaller than the arcade), the sound samples are mostly there as are the backgrounds and characters (including Reptile). A few of the animated details are missing (clapping Monks, animated torches, character bio animations, Shang Tsung moving his head while watching the fights) but visually this is a decent looking game for 20 bucks. The controls are responsive and the game PLAYS exactly like the arcade original (the most important part). It's REALLY close to arcade perfect, but falls a little short here and there. I truly believe they could have made this a 100% perfect arcade conversion had they taken a few more weeks developing it. For true fans, this is a nice way to get your Kombat on without spending a lot of cash. I was happy with it and like I said, I am a Mortal Kombat snob having owned 2 of the arcade games in '96. Just waiting for a TV Games version of Mortal Kombat 2 now. THAT would consume a lot of my time!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bury Pills on May 26, 2005
This new version of Mortal Kombat by Midway is a great arcade-style game for both experienced gamers and novices alike. I can still choose from popular fighters like Liu Kang, Johnny Cage, Raiden, Sonya Blade, Kano, Scorpion, or Sub-Zero. Each player has his/her own special moves. My favorite is Scorpion. He could teleport and fire a harpoon out of his hand. All the fighters have universal moves like the low kick, high punch, or the jump kick. There is also the "Test Your Might" challenge in which a fighter could earn bonus points, a "secret" duel with the Reptile, a chance to battle the gigantic Goro, and a final showdown with the mysterious Shang Tsung for the title of Supreme Mortal Kombat Warrior. This is a great game with excellent graphics, cool sound effects, and memorable characters from the classic tradition of Mortal Kombat.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By KirkIm on April 22, 2005
This version of Mortal Kombat by Midway is a great classic arcade-style game for both experienced gamers and novices alike. Fighters ranging from the charismatic Liu Kang to the deadly Sub-Zero to the all-powerful Raiden are pit one-on-one in an ancient competition called the Shaolin Tournament. Not only must each fighter battle for their own honor but also for the fate of the world.

The gamer must choose from seven different fighters to fight a player chosen by the computer or to battle with a second gamer using the included cord. Each fighter has his/her own special moves. Liu Kang is an excellent choice for beginners because of his easy maneuverability. More experienced gamers should pick more complex characters like Kano or Scorpion. My favorite is Raiden for his flying thunderbolt and teleportation. There are also excellent "finishing moves." For example, Scorpion can rip the spinal chord out of an opponent. Others can throw their beaten opponents down a pit of spikes. Lastly, the game has very cool sound effects. Fighters yell out phrases like "Finish Him!" or "Get Back Here!"

As the gamer gains experience, there are higher stages of battles. There is the "Test Your Might" challenge where an opponent can earn bonus points by breaking a stack of wood. On the fourth stage, a fighter will be given a chance to battle the Reptile which is a combination of both Sub-Zero and Scorpion. In further stages, a fighter will be given the chance to battle Goro and the demon Shang Tsung for the title of Supreme Mortal Kombat warrior. The game can be played without any other operating system. All you need is a t.v. that has an audio in and video in ports. This is a great game with excellent graphics, cool sound effects, and memorable characters from the classic tradition of Mortal Kombat. I would give it five stars out of five.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Sturgeon on April 29, 2005
XBox and PlayStation 2 owners already have an option to have an arcade perfect version of Mortal Kombat with the Deception Kollectors Edition. So this would only interest those who don't have either of those platforms.

This plug and play is far from arcade perfect. The music is simple midi file shadows of what was in the original. A lot of things are missing: character shadows, the blinking eyes from Goro's layer and the clapping audience in the couryard level. There have been some obvious shortcuts to squeeze this into a plug and play version. All that plus the fact that the harsh ridging on the play pad with wear away your thumb before too long, I really couldn't score this game too high on the overall rating.

However, having only had the censored version for the Super Nintendo for so long, and not wanting to buy a whole new game console just for an arcade perfect Mortal Kombat, this does come in a close second. All of the characters are there with all of the moves. The difficulty setting is set right so you won't get bored with it nor will you get overly frustrated. If you don't have an X-box or Playstation with the possibility of arcade perfection, this is a nice settlement and worth the price.
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