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Mortal Kombat II

by SPIG
Platform : Game Boy
Rated: Mature
3.1 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • eight original and new characters
  • unique settings
  • cool special moves
  • vicious Fatalities
  • one-player action
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The game that rocked the world and changed arcade-style fighting forever returns in hand-held splendor. Choose from eight unique characters (some familiar faces have returned from the original, but a few new combatants make for spiced-up action), as you try to pummel your computer-controlled opponents to death. Each character has special moves that only he or she can pull off, making the game full of plenty of surprises and blood. As with the original, whichever character wins the battle gets the opportunity to complete a Fatality, which is every bit as violent as it sounds. There's a reason that this game was so overwhelmingly popular, and the cold-blooded, hand-to-hand combat is as fun today as it was when it first came out.

From the Manufacturer

The fierce kombatants of the #1 arcade smash gather for Mortal Kombat II a battle to defeat the shape-shifting demon Shang Tsung and his ruthless master Shao Kahn. Brutal special moves. Babalities hidden surprises outrageous finishing moves-ALL yours to kommand. Let the Kombat Kontinue...

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  • ASIN: B00002ST2J
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,982 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Mortal Kombat II was always known as the pinnacle of the long-running series (To think Mortal Kombat 9 is coming). While MK2 dominated arcades and home consoles once again, the question is: Did it do well on Game Boy? It wasn't probably sold as much as the game's console cousins, but the game was great.

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.
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I thought MK II for gameboy was pretty good.It was ALOT better than the god-awful gameboy versions of MK1 and MK3. The special moves in this game were pretty simple to pull off,compared to the other two games.Plus this version had some decent fatalities and there were also babalities too.The character roster is limited,but it's got the MK II ninjas Sub-Zero,Scorpion, and Reptile.Plus some other fighters as well.The gameplay is fine and the sound/music is pretty good too.Overall.If there was only one MK gameboy game to own,I would say this one would be it.Pick this one up,and leave MK1 and MK3 alone.
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By Stu on January 13, 2005
People say this game is bad, but its the best mk game on the gameboy. while it only has 2 levels and 1 fatality per character the gameplay is great. The people move fast and the controls are responsive, which is alot more than i can say for most fighters on the gameboy. while it lacks blood color and may not be as nice as the gamegear version its still not bad.
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This is 1 of the best, if not THE best portable Mortal Kombat game ever! The graphics are great, the gameplay's very fast paced, the music's cool and the controls are very responsive. The fatalities are really cool and there's a stage fatality in a game, which can only happen in the Kombat Tomb level. You can also fight Jade and Smoke as well, but you need to do certian things in order to fight them. There's also a babality, but I haven't figured out on how to do that yet. It's such a huge improvement over MK1 on Game Boy. If you're a MK fan, I highly recommend this game cause it's definately 1 of my favorites.
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This is a very good game that is very limited. As far as I know, it is almost impossible to do any really 'neat' Fatalities before the timer runs out and even on difficult, it is not a challenge to beat. Probably the greatest challenge is figuring out how to get to battle Jade every single time. Mind you all, the graphics are ok for the timing it was created it, but still, could have had a bit more...
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This is actually a pretty nice version of MK2 for a portable console. The play control is responsive and fun. There is none of the slowdown lag of the first MK Gameboy game. Each character is able to do a fatality. The game has a nice variety of characters and is quick and fun to play. The game could have been a great portable fighting game if only the developers would have fixed the following 3 things.

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.
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Well, here it is guys: the WORST Mortal Kombat game of all-time. Yup, the honor goes to the Game Boy version of Mortal Kombat II.

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.
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