Mortal Kombat II
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- eight original and new characters
- unique settings
- cool special moves
- vicious Fatalities
- one-player action
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You choose your character (out of 8) and fight 10 other fighters, each with their own abilities. This goes for all of the Mortal Kombat games (Not in these specific #s though). The gameplay is pure arcade fighting on the go. The graphics are awesome, and the sounds/music were great.
The downside, however, is the fact that there are only a few arenas in this port. Plus, the game could be beaten in about 10 minutes or so. But, is it worth replaying? Yes. It truly is. MK2 is probably the best of the Game Boy Mortal Kombats.
The 1st is the lack of a sub boss Kintaro is not in this game. What a bummer battling Kintaro in the arcades and on the SNES is what really makes the game so much fun no Shoa Kahn. The previous Gameboy game MK1 was able to put Goro in the game why didn't they just delay the release and spend some more time to add him in the game.
The 2nd big issue with the game is the lack of stage variety. There is only 2 stage backgrounds and 1 hidden one Goro's lair. So you end up looking at the same backgrounds over and over making you bored of the game. The previous GB game had 3 backgrounds and you really notice the difference when you play this game.
The 3rd and final issue is lack of any endings for the game. Again this goes back to lack of effort on the game developers. They could have at least put in simple text of what happens when each character wins the tournament. MK1 for Gameboy did not do this either. Besides the boring old Congratulations and credits nothing to excite you are give you a reason to keep plying the game through with each character. It really hurts the replay value in the end.
Overall it is a nice game to play for about 15 to 20 minutes when you are out and about but easily forgettable. I would rate it 3 1/2 stars if only they put Kintaro in the game I would have been so much happier.Read more ›
I bought this game when it first came out because I was stupidly riding on the success of the Mortal Kombat series at the time. I was very naive (all my friends were right!)
Time hasn't been kind to this game, but who am I kidding? Time wasn't kind to this game the day it came out because it was an absolute piece of plastic trash then, and it's trash now. It will forever remain trash. It's so trashy, the trashman won't even take it. He says it stinks too much, and it's not worth the risk of potentially sniffing the horrible odor *just* to put the game in the back of his truck. Even if he were to wear the thickest pair of gloves in the world, he doesn't want to risk the smell remaining on his skin permanently.
So why am I bashing the game so hard? Because you get fewer fighters, fewer levels, HORRIBLE black and white graphics, and the worst part- an extremely slow framerate. The blood doesn't even exist. Okay there's blood, but watching it on a hard-to-see black and white screen, would you even call that blood? No, you wouldn't (and shouldn't).
I would rather have a job being a janitor in an elementary school and having to clean up barf on the cafeteria floors every day, than play the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II ever again. It's really that bad. At least then, you can swirl the puke around with a mop and have some fun.
For the love of God and all his wonderful adorable Earthly creatures- DO NOT BUY THIS GAME! Just when I thought the Mortal Kombat series couldn't get any crappier, it happened.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well look at that. It did come in today. My fellow mail people just can't read and put my package in the wrong mailbox. XD Well I can't wait to play it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Air_Enderman
This is a greatly watered down version of the arcade classic Mortal Kombat 2. There are fewer characters and only two levels in the entire game. Read morePublished on October 9, 2013 by Solid Pawn
the game was in good condition when i got it.the gameplay wasnt bad and was really good game thank youPublished on January 18, 2013 by sandy serrano
I bought these games as a Christmas present and don't plan on playing them but delivery was prompt.Published on December 21, 2009 by katkrazy
I heard this game is crap. I have it for NES and its cool. But this is weird. Why would they make a stupid 'easy' game for GBA? Read morePublished on October 11, 2004 by Batman