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|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Platform:||Sega Genesis|
|Sub-Genre:||Boxing||Game Name:||Mortal Kombat II|
In the first Mortal Kombat, Shang Tsung was banished from the Outworld to Earth for his crimes. To redeem himself, he was to unbalance the furies of our world, allowing Outworld ruler Shao Kahn to enter the dominion and rule forever. Unfortunately for Shang, he was defeated.
Returning to Outworld a failure, Shang Tsung avoided execution by coming up with a scheme that suited Shao Kahn's bloodthirsty sensibilities. He found a way to lure Earth's Kombat Warriors to the bizarre Outworld, where they would be forced to enter a tournament hosted by Kahn.
The tournament is a series of bloody one-on-one fights to the death. Fights are timed and if you win the best two out of three, you get a chance to taunt or destroy your opponent with one of an assortment of finishing moves (such as friendships and babalities).
All twelve fighters from the arcade version of Mortal Kombat are featured in this game.Johnny Cage, Reptile, Sub Zero, Kitana and the others can punch (low and high), kick (low and high), block, crouch, and flip (forward and back). They can also perform a number of combos, advanced moves (such as uppercuts, foot sweeps and roundhouses), and character-specific special moves such as throwing fireballs, teleporting, shooting green flames and firing lightning bolts.
When you get ready to play Mortal Kombat II, pressing start will put you in a one-player battle for the title of Grand Champion. You must work your way up through all the Kombatants and eventually face Shang Tsung, who has physical and magical skills, Kintaro, a half-human dragon, and ultimately Shao Kahn himself. A second player can join in the tournament at any time.
|Publisher||Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||4340|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||Mortal Kombat II|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Game Name Series||Mortal Kombat Series|
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I love the classics, and growing up I never had a Sega Genesis so this game completed my experience on my retro console, always was a mortal Kombat fan since the original game that I also got
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : computerguystn
Mortal Kombat 2-Great
Mortal Kombat 2 for the Genesis is a marvel to the series. It differs from the Super Nintendo in the following ways: #1 The Genesis Title Music is in the right place #2 The Super Nintendo has a two second pause when the announcer says "FIGHT!" #3 The Genesis version explodes with special features in a cheat menu #4 Rayden has a secret finisher on the Genesis version #5 The annoying floating Shadow Priest in the tower is removed on the Genesis #6 The organs in Rayden and Shang Tsung's fatalities are more realistic on Sega #7 The characters look more hand-drawn on Nintendo #8 The Gameplay on Sega is more like Mortal Kombat, quick and deadly #9 The fatalities are easier to do on Sega. Overall, Probe did us an excellent favor converting Mortal Kombat on Sega.
It was complete and worked perfectly
I just recently got a super retro trio and have always wanted to play the OG mortal Kombat games. Once I got it I put in the cartridge and read the booklet for character moves. It worked perfectly
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : blendedbrands
A Great Addition to Any Collection
Mortal Kombat II was something I first played in 1996. I was shocked by two things: 1. The blood. I had never seen so much blood in a game before, and I had certainly never seen anything like the Fatalities. 2. How much the game improved since the first Mortal Kombat. It's like playing Super Mario Bros. one minute, then turning around and being immersed in Mario 64. The graphics are much improved, the character roster is doubled, and there's much more blood. Needless to say, my 6-year-old mind was blown away by both of these. I started playing and instantly found myself a huge fan. The game's effect on my perception of gaming was huge, to the point that I don't even know if I'd be playing now were the first two Mortal Kombat games never invented. I'd probably have missed out on most of my favorite things in life, if my cousin hadn't owned a Genesis and Mortal Kombat II. Fast forward, it's 2009 and I order this game. To my surprise, it's still as much fun as it was in 1996! And that's how you know a classic.
One of the best games in one of the best series of video games of all time!
Where would fighting games today be without this game?! This game inspired a generation of young gamers to play video games even harder; building great eye hand cordination and memory skills. From fighting allies by yourself to fighting the last two bosses with skills learned from friends, adrenaline and fun is twisted together like the stripes of a candy cane making it one sweet game! And that wonderful feeling when the words "Finish Him!" and "FATALITY!" are spoken is unforgetable being just the relief you need after all that you put forth to being victorious. This game can be adjusted to your preferences. The controls, difficulty, and other options can be suited to your liking as you climb the ladder to success. Let this game pull you into the Mortal Kombat story.