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Submitted by DefunctGames 294d ago | article

What Did Critics Think of Mortal Kombat II Back in 1994?

Although the critics enjoyed Mortal Kombat on both the Sega Genesis and Super NES, there was a clear favorite between the two. But what about Mortal Kombat II? By 1994, Nintendo had realized their mistake and the Super NES version was full of blood and gore. Did this have an impact on the critics or are they already sick of Scorpion, Sub Zero and the rest of the Mortal Kombatants? We turn to Electronic Gaming Monthly, Next Generation, Video Games, Die Hard Game Fan and other classic magazines for the answer. (Arcade, Culture, Industry, Mortal Kombat, Nintendo, PS3, Retro, Xbox 360)

Minute Man 721  +   294d ago
I had that Bad Dudes game, damn it was hard
BillytheBarbarian  +   294d ago
I had MK II on 32x. Played and looked great. Never liked SNES shoulder buttons for fighters. Now I have a Sega USB 6 button controller for my fighters and it's awesome.
Themba76  +   294d ago
I remember when I saw this game first came out in the arcades and spent $20 in quarters on it. of course Raiden my fav character.
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gano  +   293d ago
fuk is you talking bout, kano wins!!

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