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Comme tous jeux rétro digne de ce nom, Mortal Kombat Trilogy saura nous faire retomber en enfance. D'autant plus vrai que cette trilogie propose trois titres qui ont su évoluer en proposant toujours plus d'arènes, de combattants mais aussi de violence !
This game is definitely for you arcade-fighting junkies. I found this game to be pretty difficult, although I’m sure I can attribute a good portion of this to my own inadequacies while playing. There are some annoying tidbits, such as the 16-bit color message popping up when loading, waiting for the initial credits to finish before being able to play the game, and having to reset your options each time you load the game. When you get past the initial annoyances and get your options set up, this game will have wonderful but tough arcade-style fighting action and is a must-have for Mortal Kombat fans.
The problem herein lies with a gamer’s tastes. If you want a cheesy but challenging fighting game, exactly like you would find at a coin-op arcade, go for it. To me, MKT isn’t up to the avant-garde standards of today’s fighting games, especially the innovative and detailed 3D titles like Tekken or Virtua Fighter. 2-player action can be fun, but the thrills stem directly from laughter, not intense competition.