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Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat (XSX) game cover art
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/13/1993
EU
??/??/1993
JP
12/17/1993

Reader Reviews

Mortal Kombat review

Reviewed March 14, 2004

retro says: "My how times change. When I was around 12 and 13, all I ever heard from my friends was how awesome Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat 2 were. It seemed like I was the only boy in the world that didn't live in the arcades during the day learning all of Mortal Kombat's moves and then stay up all night playing it at home. To me, it was just OK. Fast forward 10 years and now it seems like i'm an outcast yet again! Ask nearly any other reviewer and they'll be like, ''OMG! MORTAL ..."
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