Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection
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The Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection, contains all three classic games (Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3) available for download. All three games are complete versions of their original and can now be played online.
Three iconic fighting games rolled into one hard-hitting, downloadable package.
See where infamous Fatality moves, vicious combat and lethal martial artists began in this compilation of the first three Mortal Kombat games.
Enter the original Mortal Kombat tournament as one of seven legendary fighters – including Sub Zero and Scorpion.
Deploy new Fatalities, a flurry of devastating moves and the deadly Jax in Mortal Kombat II.
Choose your destiny in Mortal Kombat III by using Kombat Kodes to unleash hidden characters on unsuspecting opponents.
Only for the hardcore fansvideopower77 | May 6, 2013 | See all videopower77's reviews »
I have loved Mortal Kombat ever since I was a little kid. It is also one of the few fighters I enjoyed. When this was announced for the PC I was extremely excited but the quality of this port is poor. The game uses GFWL so it is a pain for matchmaking and uses the Unreal engine to emulate which causes the game to use a lot more memory than you would think.
The core games are still there and it is still the good fighter you know and loved but the package itself is a little sloppy.
MORTAL KOMBAT!!!FreeMan85 | March 4, 2013 | See all FreeMan85's reviews »
There's anyone here who spend his/her teens at the '90s and don't play Mortal Kombat? I guess not. Mortal Kombat was a cult classic the '90s and a real nightmare for the parents. MK is maybe still the most violent video games ever made. Of course you can turn off the blood, but fatalities still gory. The new Arkade Collection is contains the first 3 games. 1992 Mortal Kombat, 1993 Mortal Kombat II and 1995 Mortal Kombat 3 Ultimate. Yeah, no Mortal Kombat 3, which in my opinion the weakest, since it was lack of playable characters. Ultimate technically the same game, but with more maps and more characters. The PC version was updated to Unreal3 engine, no joke. Also make sure you install the latest PhysX driver. The game graphics looks good, sadly it using a curtained aspect ratio. But you can choose various monitor setting. TV, arcade or normal view. The game also has a hint system, you can press Esc and check the move lists. Anyway, it's still hard to make even the easiest moves. The game uses Games for Windows LIVE! For achievements and matchmaking. Since the PC version has a multiplayer mode too.
If you ever played any Mortal Kombat game or saw the 1995 movie you must buy this! Since not much MK game get a PC port.
Unpolished portBigshrimp | Jan. 27, 2013 | See all Bigshrimp's reviews »
I played all 3 games and it brought back nostalgia but the network code and graphics engine seem to be the worst aspects of this game. It still has the original gameplay but it just doesn't play like the originals.
It also has GFWL which makes it buggy compared to other online clients, which may be the reason that it lags so much in online play.
Overall I still like the game, just seems they could have done a lot better, like real widescreen support and smoother online play.
The Hardest Games You'll Ever Playangruss | Jan. 27, 2013 | See all angruss's reviews »
This collection is amazing, and is worth it for UMK3 alone, but I have to complain about the difficulty.
The learning curve is sharper than Kabal's hooks and twice as deadly. At no point will you say "This is too easy, lets go turn up the difficulty." I've owned this collection for a year and I've still not beaten any of the games.
But that hasn't prevented me from having the funnest times of my life with it. I love every minute of getting up to the survival mode and then dying.
Great work, but not perfectchickenhugga | Jan. 27, 2013 | See all chickenhugga's reviews »
I had a few problems setting this game up to work on my laptop, but in the end it seemed to be Avast playing tricks on me.
After getting the game to run and using the 360 pad to play it, I can say that I wasnt disappointed, especially at the price point. It brought back a whole lot of memories, especially of the original MK and it's music and sound affects.
I'm not really one for online multiplayer, so the inability to connect to anyone wasnt a huge deal breaker for me. I was saddened to see that I couldnt play 2 player on a single keyboard, but i do have the 360 pad, so again not a huge problem.
The game has a whole spew of bugs and performance issues that can sometimes ruin the whole thing, is nothing TOO problematic. The release was shoddy, but not the worst remake ive ever played.
If you miss the days of playing these awesome games, then at this price, you can't afford to miss out!