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Mortal Kombat review

Reviewed February 16, 2008

anton10000 says: "After the phenomenal success of Street Fighter II in 1991, it didnít come as a surprise to anyone that imitators quickly came along. SNK created many a franchise in the early 90ís which are now beloved cult classics, but the imitator that became the most infamous was by far Mortal Kombat. "
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Mortal Kombat review

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sgreenwell says: "However, it immediately loses points for comprimising its integrity, by providing a watered down version to make sure it didn't offend TOO many people."
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Mortal Kombat review

Reviewed July 30, 2003

whelkman says: "Legend has it Super Nintendo and Genesis owners fought over which Mortal Kombat port was superior, but arguments with my Genesis owning friend involved us claiming our respective port was the worst. The truth is, of course, that neither version does the arcade game justice and Acclaim obviously relied on brand recognition alone to sell sloppy products. Unfortunately, they succeeded. "
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