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Description

All the characters from the first three Mortal Kombat games return for the ultimate battle. You can play as Kano, Reptile, Mileena, Kung Lao, Shang Tsung, Sindel, Sketor, Stryker, Nightwolf, Sheeva, Kitana, Scorpion, Sonya, Smoke (Cyber Ninja), Rain, Jade, Baraka, Johnny Cage, Ermac, Noob Saibot, Sub-Zero (Unmasked), Sub-Zero (Classic), Jax, Rayden, Cyrax, Liu Kang, Smoke (Human), Kabal, Goro, Kintaro, Motaro, or Shao Kahn.

This game is one-on-one martial arts fighting. The player can choose from over thirty different characters, all with their own fighting style and their own special moves. Trilogy differs from the other games in that you can play combinations of people that otherwise isn't possible, such as old Liu Kang vs. new Liu Kang, etc.

Mortal Kombat Trilogy also allows you to challenge a friend to a fight through a Windows IPX network connection.

Screenshots

Mortal Kombat Trilogy Windows Jax in trouble
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Windows Ouch, that hurts!
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Windows Jade's biography.
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Windows You can play as masked Sub-Zero too.

Promo Images

Mortal Kombat Trilogy Screenshot
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Screenshot PSX version
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Screenshot PSX version
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Screenshot Nintendo 64 version

Alternate Titles

  • "MKT" -- Common Abbreviation

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Critic Reviews

Jeuxvideo.com Sep 24, 2016 17 out of 20 85
Reset Feb, 1998 8 out of 10 80
Gamezilla Feb 18, 1999 72 out of 100 72
Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault) Nov 28, 1997 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40

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Trivia

Johnny Cage is the only character that has new sprites. There was a reason. Midway fired Daniel Pesina(who did Johnny Cage & the Ninjas in MK & MK II)because he dressed up as Johnny Cage to advertise an arcade game called Blood Storm, which turned out to be a emphatic flop among fighting game fans. So Chris Alexander did the sprites instead.

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ReviewGames.Com (338) added Mortal Kombat Trilogy (Windows) on Jul 22, 2000
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