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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3

4.2 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
Rated: Mature
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Platform: Nintendo Super NES
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ASIN B00005C4HL
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4.2 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,760 in videogames
#47 in Video Games > More Systems > Super Nintendo > Games
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Product Dimensions 8 x 4 x 10 inches
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I think this is one of the best out of the MK series. MK:DA was easily the best. Then came MKII. And in third comes Ultimate MKIII. This is almost like Trilogy (having nearly every character), but the characters actually have plots that make sense. All of the favorite characters are in this version. Including Scorpion, Classic Sub-Zero, Rain, and my favorite: Noob Saibot. OK, Ill admit that the graphics werent the best. But, then again...its SNES. The graphics were good enough compared to other SNES games (its unfair to compair them to PS2 or XBox graphics). The main reason why this game is a classic, is because all of them bonuses. Extra levels, characters, little suprises, area fatalities, etc. There are only two downfalls about this game. And it involves characters. 1)No Sheeva, she was a badass. Sheeva appears only in the Genesis version. 2)No Baraka, he was a badass. Even with those two flaws, this is still a great game. Throughout MK history, Ive always been a Sub Zero fan. But Noob Saibot is much harder in this game. Unfortunatly, Midway stopped production for this game kinda early so they can make copies of it for the N64. So the game is kinda hard to find. But whatever you spend on this game will be worth it! Here is a list of all the characters.

Sonya Blade,Cyrax,Jade,Jax,Kabal,Liu Kang,Kano,Kitana,Kung Lao,Nightwolf,Reptile,Scorpion,Sektor,Sindel,Smoke,Kurtis Stryker,Sub-Zero,Shang Tsung,Ermac,Mileena,Ninja Smoke,Classic Sub-Zero,Rain,Noob Saibot

Bosses: same as MKIII, Shao Khan & Motaro.
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Great But Difficult Game. To the Point Where Its Frustrating. But a Classic Game. Has Unlockable Characters Like Motaro and Shao Kahn. Great to Play As Them But Only On a Two-Player Match. Not In The Tower Unfortunatly.
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By Gamer X on September 18, 2007
Mortal Kombat series is truly awesome. This version includes so many new characters that they almost had to not include the few that were left out. But, the ones that are here will give you so much to choose from that you will not feel slighted. My only problem with this game is that it is NOT easy. It is best played against someone else because the game itself will not offer you any consolation or latitude. The fatalities are creative and many. The characters are familiar and some are quite similar in appearance but their abilities separate them and make this an ideal universe to turn into a feature length film if done correctly.
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Everything came in fine but the logo to my game wasn't there it was like someone took off the sticker I made my own and it looks good as new and plays fine . But what do you expect from a game that is 20+ years old and is no longer made anymore
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I've always viewed Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 as the last of the original Mortal Kombat games. The Mortal Kombat series after Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 would change so drastically and branch off into so many unique dimensions (such as Mythologies Sub Zero) that the series would become virtually unrecognizable from the original series, whereas the first installments on the 16-bit systems (Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2, Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3) all have a likeness to one another even if they all possess noticeable differences.

I have always felt that the box and logo for Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 had the best art. The black light / Ultraviolet purple light cast on the realistic skeleton bones always seemed to be a bit more on the brooding side, and a step up from the traditional dragon logo.

One major disappointment of the original Mortal Kombat 3 was the characters. Sub-Zero was changed to an unmasked character, which corrupted the mystique of the original Sub-Zero. Also, Scorpion and Reptile were completely left out of the game, which many fans hated since the masked ninjas were favorites. Kitana, Mileena, Rayden and Baraka were replaced by the likes of Sheeva, Sindel, Kabal, Nightwolf, Stryker, Sektor, Cyrax, and Robot Smoke. Brought back were Sonya Blade and Kano after being left out of the second installment. So how did the Mortal Kombat series improve off of these mistakes?

They included everyone. Every Mortal Kombat character was now playable. Every character that got slighted from the third Mortal Kombat was now included, and given new fatalities, friendships, animalities, etc. On top of that, characters like Jade and Human Smoke, which were secret enemies and hadn't been playable before, were now playable.
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If you're like me, you probably grew up with Midway's Mortal Kombat games. If you're new to the series with Netherrealm's latest game, or you picked up during the dreadful 3-D days don't worry...I'll try to be unbiased. In 1995, Midway(now NRS) finally released the long awaited sequel to the 1993 blockbuster, Mortal Kombat 2. As the team was working on development, they were hit with a major snag...one of their own actors/developers, Daniel Pesina(Johnny Cage and the ninjas), decided to branch out and use Cage's image for an ad for "Bloodstorm," a cheap MK clone made by a rival company. Midway fired him for this, as well as his brother, Carlos(who later came back when it was determined that he wasn't involved). And on top of that, Daniel and several others were involved in a legal suit with Midway over images used in MK2. Anyway...the developers were left without several key members of their acting squad. As a result, the game we expected differed drastically from the game we got...Raiden, Cage, and the ninjas were missing...a new actor was portraying a maskless Sub-Zero and we were introduced to cyborg ninjas portrayed by yet another new actor. These elements, along with some broken gameplay, caused a lot of negative reactions among the MK loyals. In the days before DLC and patches, the only fix was a rerelease. And thus, we received Ultimate MK3. The new title fixed some broken gameplay from the original, and brought back old fan favorites with some new blood.Kitana,Jade,Mileena, Reptile, Scorpion, and ninja Noob returned(MK3 Noob was just a palette-swapped Kano without specials). The new characters were Rain and Ermac. Rain was only seen in the arcades during the intro as a teaser, and made available for the home consoles. Which brings me to my review finally...Read more ›
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