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"Mortal Kombat II" tem suas falhas aqui e acolá, principalmente no multiplayer, repleto de limitações e lag, mas a chama de um dos maiores clássicos do gênero de luta ainda brilha forte. Jogar online, mesmo tendo que superar os percalços, é como realizar um sonho antigo, enquanto para os novos, é a oportunidade de conhecer um título que ajudou a moldar uma geração de jogos e jogadores.
It's unfortunate that so many aspects of this emulation seem rushed because this is the sort of classic game that deserves careful treatment. Even something as simple as a four-player round robin network mode (which is available in the other online MK emulation, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 for the Xbox 360) would have made a big difference. But at the end of the day, it's faithful enough to the original game, and the online works. If you're an MK fan, that's more than enough reason to spend the five bucks for the game.
Mortal Kombat II still manages to stand up almost 15 years later as one of the best arcade fighters around. The inclusion of online play only strengthens the replayability of the game, and were it not for the fact that the online mode has a number of problems, the PSN version of Mortal Kombat II could've been even stronger than the arcade release. Even still, this is a solid port that every single Mortal Kombat fan should have.