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User Rating: 9 | Mortal Kombat 3 GEN
Back in the days when Sega and Nintendo were at war, great games such as Midway's Mortal Kombat 3 would stand out from the rest.
For those who've played Mortal Kombat II, the difference between MK II and MK3 is absolutely staggering.

After the end of MK2, earth's fighters are set again to defend their realm at the Mortal Kombat tournament, but this time some new faces are of the party.
Jax and Sonya are secret agents who find themselves in the tournament to capture a psycho-maniac criminal, Kano.
There's Striker, a law enforcer; Sheeva, a four-armed female monster; Montaro, a centaur; Smoke, a cyborg; and many more.

The graphics were improved greatly, and the feature that caught the eyes was after the first uppercut, the character would go up the air and the fighters would find themselves in another environment ; they brought that feature back in Deception, but improved it.

The gameplay of MK3 was amazing, the combos were going at the speed of the light, victory went to the one who memorised the perfect combos; and that could go up to 100 hits, and there was no way to counter-attack; the good old days!

I don't think there's any chance to get this one on shelves, but if you do get it, you won't be disapointed regardless of the time that passed by!

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