I suffered through this tripe. So humor me. Let me be at peace with writing an inanely, insanely long pointless review.
[Note: This is a re-review. The original review I wrote three years ago does not do this game justice. Sit back, relax and enjoy the slough.] It was a Wednesday night. I had Eduoard Lalo's Cello Co...
MK raised the bar for all other fighting games during its reign of the arcade era.
Mortal Kombat has always been, and always will be. This is probably not the best port for the arcade version due to the lack of blood and a few alterations to some of the characters fatalities (Ninten...
As close to the arcade as it got, and still failed.
Don't get me wrong, MK is one of the greatest fighting games of all time, I love it, always have, always will, but the score I give is aimed particularly at this release. The Sega CD version was suppo...
Better than the Genesis version.
Basically, this came out just ONE year ago after the MK 1 ports & the release of Mortal Kombat II. When you start up the game, you watch a grainy FMW of the MK 1 commercial with some changes. Then the...
Attempts at appeasing the Censors rob this port of MK of a perfect score
Ah the original Mortal Kombat, the game that marked the beginning of a revolution in fighting games, with it's excellent controls, dark atmosphere, compelling storyline and of course the blood and gor...