Mortal Kombat TrilogyStory:
By: The Apocalypse
Designed by: Midway
Year Released: 1996
The trilogy of events that comprises Shao Kahn's final attempt at taking control of earth. Play the games to find out the real story.
Everything seems so dull and uninspired, but still fun nonetheless. A wealth of kombatants ain't to shabby either. Instead of combining the engines from MK2 +3 like they did, it should be totally from 2 with a few tweaks. MK2 was almost perfect and many a fans' favorite. The combos are pretty dumb and Brutalities are just retarded. Long load times are a bitch. But hey, it still is and always will be great MK action with plenty o blood. Yes!
Shao Kahn's voice is as menacing as ever and the various kombatants' voices are still cool. The songs are still the same old same old. Not much of a step up in quality from SNES, though. Maybe redo the songs or something?
16-bit at best. Nothing was changed at all from previous incarnations. No neat effects, no FMV, nothing.
Identical to 16-bit MK's. The PS controller's kinda sh*tty with fighting games, but hey, no ones perfect. Moves and fatalities are a breeze, provided you know how to do em. Still a little stiff.
MK fans: Buy this game just for the sole fact of being able to fight MK2's lost kombatants versus the new ones in MK3. Great fun.
Everyone else: It's totally up to you. A decent price for like 3 games packed into 1.
"Get over here!" "C'mere!"
-Scorpion & Human Smoke