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Mortal Kombat II

Mortal Kombat II (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Fighting, Versus
Developer: Probe Entertainment
More Platforms: Game Gear, Genesis, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, Saturn, Sega 32X, Sega Master System, SNES
AKA: Mortal Kombat II: Kyuukyoku Shinken (JP)

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Mortal Kombat II review

Reviewed May 22, 2005

shinnokxz says: "Much like its console counterparts, the Gameboy version of Mortal Kombat II improves on pretty much everything the first did. However, Acclaim wouldn't be Acclaim until they go completely blind and look past two very distinct problems. The engine isn't too thrilling, either. "
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