the first 3 games are all classics, Mortal Kombat 1 on snes and genesis, then mortal kombat 2 on the saturn, and finially ultimate mortal kombat 3 on the playstation. they were the best.
Video Game History Month: Mortal Kombat
Does violence in video games lead to real world violence? Cam sets the What If Machine to 'investigation' mode, and goes in search of the answer.Posted Nov 19, 2012 | 13:12 | 51,519 Views
Mrs Violence, TSquared, Slasher, and Travis Gafford get you up to date with Day 2 at MLG Dallas.Posted Nov 4, 2012 | 6:55 | 2,088 Views
Slasher catches up with Reo the back to back champion at Mortal Kombat at MLG.Posted Nov 4, 2012 | 6:43 | 1,162 Views
GameSpot's Laura Parker is joined by Polygon's Tracey Lien, former 2K developer Bryan Ma, and former Managing Director of Sega Australia Darren Macbeth to discuss some of the issues that affect Australian gamers: pricing and classification.Posted Oct 7, 2012 | 34:14 | 2,519 Views
Cam runs through all the happenings at the MLG Summer Championships. There were winners, losers, and scandalous disqualifications.Posted Aug 29, 2012 | 3:11 | 3,851 Views
- May 20, 2011
Join us as we take a look back at the history of Mortal Kombat.
I love these "history of games" videos they bring back sooo many memories I know every one says that. Love it or hate it, if you were a 90s kid mortal kombat is a part of your childhood. I remember going over to my friends houses and they would have older brothers who would completely destroy you on this game
I still remember playing the classic characters on my PC when i was a kid. I didn't have console then. it was equally enjoyed yet...
I cry with joy every time I think of MK. :-) Still, my most memorable memory of MK is running to the theaters to see the Van Damme movie (with high hopes) in school. Second most memorable moment is my wife gifting me the "pre-order" for MK 2011 in our remote part of the world (India). :-) Love the series! Period.