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Mortal Kombat

by Arena
Sega Genesis
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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)


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  • ASIN: B000035XLL
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,177 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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PREPARE YOURSELF! The #1 arcade hit is here: from Sub-Zero, Rayden and the rest of the Kombat Warriors to the grueling endurance and intense mirror matches! Execute bone-shattering combos and awesome finishing moves! Defeat the half-human dragon Goro, and destroy the shape-changing Shang Tsung to become the Supreme Mortal Kombat Warrior!

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mortal Kombat February 3, 2003
MORTAL KOMBAT for the SEGA was much better than the SNES version for a very simple but almost CRUCIAL part of the game, the blood could be unlocked. The game came in the censored version but if you knew the code, you could get the real thing and that's why MK on SEGA was just better.
The graphics weren't as smooth as SNES but that could easily be overlooked because of the blood code and being able to get the real deal. And of course how do you go wrong with the original characters? Cage, Kano, Liu Kang, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden and Sonya plus the sorceror Shang Tsung and the mighty 4 armed Goro. Along with Test Your Might challenges, the Mirror Match (where you fight yourself) and two 2-on-1 matches, the original MK tested your ability for what it was.
If you owned the SEGA, you needed MORTAL KOMBAT, there's really no excuse for you to not have this game. So really, pick up MK and also check out SUPER STREET FIGHTER II, the New Challengers, STREETS OF RAGE and even BALLZ. Just whatever you do, skip ETERNAL CHAMPIONS.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mortal kombat for sega genises is awesome November 25, 2001
A Kid's Review
If you are looking for a good, hardcore oldie this is it. It is a tournament style fighting game. There arent as many characters as the new titles but who cares. The playable characters are Lu Kang, Sonya, Raden, Scorpion, Subzero and Kano. The bosses are Shang Tusng and Goro. After you beat all the characters you fight a mirror image of yourself. Then you fight Shang Tusng and if he is losing he might turn into Goro. All in all this game is probably one of the best games there is.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What was so great about it October 16, 2014
Mortal Kombat. A name that will forever be remembered. This fighting game, which was originally released in arcades in the year of 1992, spawned a huge fan base and many sequels. What was so great about it, you ask? The graphics, control, sound, replay ability, and most importantly, the gore. One of the very first graphically violent video games, it featured blood and guts flying all over the place. But the feature that really drew crouds in, was the “Fatalities“. After you defeat your opponent two times, the words, “Finish Him!”, or “Finish Her!” appear. You then have the opportunity of killing your opponent by inputting a series of button presses. Your character will then perform that character's own, and unique, “Fatality”. Some included ripping a character's head right off their body, only to see their spine dangling down below, or ripping an opponent's heart out, to see it beating in your character's hand. Mortal Kombat was released on home consoles in 1993. This particular review is on the spectacular Sega Genesis version.

Gameplay: 9/10

Mortal Kombat is a 1 on 1 fighting game, featuring 7 playable characters, 2 boss characters that are unplayable, and 1 hidden character that is unplayable, but fightable. The standard attacks are high punch, low punch, high kick, and low kick. In addition to their own fatalites, each of the characters have one or more “Special Moves”. These are certain moves that are executed by pressing a series of buttons. They aid you in winning the tournament. The action is just as fast and frantic as the arcade version, with no slowdown. The game's difficulty varies, depending on which difficulty setting you put it on, ranging from very easy to very hard. If you have a six button controller, the control is arcade perfect.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Here is the game that started it all! June 18, 2001
This is probably the most popular game today! Despite the lack of characters, this game has tons of devastating fatalities. It also includes the pit!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Test your might! March 2, 2014
By VPG
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I grew up with the snes version, and I have to say, this version is better by a million! I love the music so much more. The graphics are about the same. It plays swiftly, much better than the snes version, and I love the snes version. I also like the fact that you can enable the blood code, which makes the fatalities look cooler by a long-shot. I highly recommend this version of the game.
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5.0 out of 5 stars MK is still as fun as it was back in '92 April 11, 2006
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
i first got this game at agarage sale. a while later, i learned all the moves and fatalities(though i couldnt perform them) it was way funner than the crappy mk2 genesis game, which i also had. any day i always mk1 first. here's why:

MUSIC-the music is the original tunes, only maDE WITH VIDEO GAME BEEPS so its more cartoony sounding. still very fun to listen to. i usually get lost in it:)

GRAPHICS-meh. the graphics are fair, but they're not the best. the oni in goro's lair still blink, the monks move their heads, clouds roll. the graphics seem pixely chunky, but heir pretty good.

FUN-this game is fustrating!if i make it on easy difficulty, its not challenging. if i put it on hard difficulty, its too challenging!medium is perfect for newbies.

BLOOD-blood can be activated via a cheat in this game. even then, its not the best. only a few pints, or dots spill out of their heads when you punch em. but when you uppercut them, its very fun to see drops of blood fall from the air. and who who could forget scorpion's bloody spear? the fatalities are gruesome, thought not as bloody. although subbies fatality as ass-cool to see blood repeatedly drip from their spines in his fat.

MOVES-the classic special move are easy to do if you have a decent controller. if you do them more than once, they drain more health!

OVERALL-this is a fun classic.fatalities are easy and funto watch, gameplay is decent and not repeatitive, music is beautiful. buy this!!
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