What beat's a finishing move in any fighting game? Nothing, pure and simple. Nothing is more satisfying then to beat an opponent down, and rub the victory in his face by ripping his torso in two. Thing is, finishing move combos are very unforgiving, and the time to required to pull some of these elaborate combos off is way more than what is given. That's what made this game fun, and no matter how many time I plugged the combos in, I could never get Sub-Zero to shatter my opponent to pieces. It's still a great game, and could make for some good Multi-player and friendly UMK3 tournaments. It has some replay value, and would make a welcome addition to anyones arcade library. Eswpecially, if you loved the MK games to begin with.
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