Now this is a really good swan song for the 16-bit systems as far as Mortal Kombat goes first off it is different to the Arcade and Sega Saturn versions that came out featuring more characters than them two of which making there debut Noob Saibot being playable for the first time and Rain making his debut all with the exception of Sheeva being dropped but all the other characters were there and even new Brutalities were included so for the first time the console version actually did something different, a few minor problems were present though as the sound was badly down graded as far a speech samples went and not all of the newer Ninja characters had there full fatality sets in, with the exception all the Brutalities being there since they were the new ones. Baring in mind this game features more twice as many characters as the last one I'm sure many will let that go as I did, overall it was also slightly improved in the combo system too making it easier to make more varied ones. The difficulty was the same as the last so it was a good challenge and will take many people ages to get through all the characters. Remembering all the moves though is pretty much a no go since there are so many and the Brutalities are just so long remembering all them alone could take forever alone. A great swan song on the 16-bit systems though and the game Mortal Kombat 3 should have been to begin with.
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