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Mortal Kombat is a fighting video game developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game is the most installment of the franchise was created by Ed Boon. Released for the PC and N64 on October 8, on 1992 with PlayStation and Dreamcast are only release sometimes in 1999 later as the best game.

The game focuses on the emperor Shao Kahn, the Konqueror who deploy invasion and building into tournament, Goro, the shokan warrior, he become ultimate champion though he defeated Great Kung Lao, which any kombatants can defeat Shao Kahn, ending with their confrontation in the tournament known as Mortal Kombat. Mortal Kombat became a best-selling game and remains one of the most popular fighting games.

The latest version of the game, featuring Ultimate Mortal Kombat, new gameplays and new modes, release on October 25, 1997.

Gameplay and Features Edit

Principal gameplay involves one-on-one 3D style fighting. Mortal Kombat uses a single two-dimensional fighting plane (at 60 frames per second),[6][7] although characters are rendered in three-dimensional fashion,[8] intended to give depth and range to portrayals of various projectiles.[9] Unlike previous Mortal Kombat games, four buttons on the game controller represent attacks and are each linked to a corresponding limb. In addition, each fighter has three different variations, each featuring a different set of moves they can use during the fight: for example, the character Scorpion features a Ninjutsu variation which gives him specific moves utilizing dual swords, a Hellfire variation which incorporates fiery special moves, and an Inferno variation which allows him to summon hellspawn minions to aid him in the fight.[12]

A new feature is the "super meter", which can be charged by various actions during battle such as performing special moves, getting blocked by the opponent, or getting hit by them.[9] The super meter can be charged to three levels, each of them enabling a different action to be performed. At the first level, it can be used to deliver an enhanced version of one of the character's special attacks; two levels can be used to interrupt a combo attack, and the full three levels allow for the delivery of a special attack called an "X-ray move". The X-ray move unleashes a series of attacks during which the game provides an internal view of the character being attacked, which shows their bones and organs being broken or ruptured. The energy meter, first introduced in Mortal Kombat at the NetherRealm Studios, allows players to perform techniques such as "X-Ray" special moves, fighters are able to interact with the environment, using parts of the scenery to reposition themselves or using available objects as weapons.

Extra features include a story mode during which the player plays as multiple characters,[11] a Fatality training mode (allowing players to practice executing finishing moves),[12] the Challenge Tower, tag team fighting, and an online mode. The Challenge Tower mode is a single-player option that includes 300 specific challenges of various difficulties providing currency rewards upon completion; players have the option of using in-game currency to bypass other difficult challenges, completing them later.[9][12] Among the various challenges are "Test Your Might" (rapidly pressing buttons and using specific timing to destroy blocks of varying difficulty), "Test Your Sight" (following an object hidden under a cup or skull and revealing the object after a shuffle), "Test Your Strike" (destroying a specific block in a stack) and "Test Your Luck" (fighting under certain conditions, such as no jumping[12]). The four-player tag-team feature is an original feature, allowing two players to play together.[13] During tag gameplay, two new types of attacks become available. The first of them is the "tag assist" attack, in which the off-screen character temporarily jumps in and performs certain attacks during the active character's combo. The other is the "tag kombo", in which the active character performs a combo that is finished by the off-screen character as they enter the fight.[9] This combines with most martial arts techniques. 

The online mode includes a "King of the Hill" option, where up to eight players can act as spectators and play the winner of a fight. Spectators may also rate the fights and use the "forum" to determine how to perform various combos or moves observed during a fight.[11] A single-use online pass is also included with the game which is mandatory to access the online components. Online passes are also available.[14] As Utlimate Mortal Kombat arrived for the new version of original game, new improved graphics and upgrade your weapons and more, included Konquest, used RPG at adventure above for Mortal Kombat series. Another new feature is the Fatality Practice Mode, where the button combinations for the Fatality are shown above, and a green square on the ground indicates the correct distance for the Fatality to work. If the player moves away from the square, it turns red, indicating that the Fatality will not be executed.

In addition to the usual Fatalities, Mortal Kombat features two new types of finishing moves: Quitality, which instantly kills the player's character if they quit during a multiplayer match;[14] and Faction Kills, two finishing moves given to each character based on the selection of one of the game's five factions (Black Dragon, Brotherhood of Shadow, Lin Kuei, Special Forces, and White Lotus). Brutality finishing moves make a comeback, although different from the ones featured in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. Brutalities now take the form of enhanced versions of certain moves that are triggered when said move is used as the final blow to win the final round in a fight, provided certain conditions are met. In addition, the game features stage Brutalities, which are triggered when certain environment interactions are used to finish the opponent. Additionally, stage Fatalities were reinstated, being available in each of the game's arenas.

Plot Edit

500 years ago, the annual Shaolin Tournament, long the most prestigious fighting tournament in the world, was interrupted by the appearance of an old sorcerer named Shang Tsung and a strange four-armed creature, who entered the tournament and defeated the Great Kung Lao. This Shokan warrior was the half-human, half-dragon fighter named Goro, and he became the ultimate fighting champion for the next five hundred years. It focuses on a tournament call Mortal Kombat, held in Outworld by, the emperor Shao Kahn, the konqueror who deeside kombatants above the realms. This was all part of Shao Kahn's plan to tip the balance into chaos and help Outworld conquer the Earthrealm, he combines every sent to warriors in tournament, the winner will face off against emperor Shao Kahn himself.

Kombatants Edit

Mortal Kombat contains a roster of 10 kombatants (exclusive buying kombatants and bosses). Each character has 3 different variations, which impacts strategy, moveset, and appearance, as one unlock as Blaze, to finish all characters. The only one unknown secret character could be "Cyber Sub-Zero", the was different secret as update above the UMK.

Default Edit

Purchase Edit

Arenas Edit

Default Edit

  1. Goro's Lair
  2. Palace Gates
  3. Pit
  4. Pit Bottom
  5. Shang Tsung's Courtyard
  6. Shang Tsung's Throne Room
  7. Warrior Shrine

Purchase Edit

  1. Armory
  2. Balcony
  3. Bank
  4. Bell Tower
  5. Black Dragon Hideout
  6. Bridge
  7. Cathedral
  8. Dead Pool
  9. Ecola State Park
  10. Elder Gods' Arena
  11. Evil Tower
  12. Fire Well
  13. Graveyard
  14. Hidden Portal
  15. Ice Pit
  16. Jade's Desert
  17. Kahn' Arena
  18. Kahn's Kave
  19. Kombat Tomb
  20. Living Forest
  21. Netherrealm
  22. Noob Saibot's Dorfen
  23. Portal
  24. Prison
  25. Reptile's Lair
  26. Rooftop
  27. Shaolin Temple
  28. Sedona, Arizona
  29. Shao Kahn's Throne Room
  30. Soul Chamber
  31. Special Forces HQ
  32. Street
  33. Subway
  34. The Tomb
  35. Wastelands of Outworld
  36. Waterfront
  37. Wind World

Game Menu Edit

  • Brawl
  • Challange Tower
  • Endless
  • Extras
  • King of the Hill
  • Kombat Kodes
  • Konquest
  • Krypt
  • Living Towers
  • Marketplace
  • Options
  • Story
  • Survivor
  • Test Your...
  • Training
  • Versus

Factions Edit

Factions is a continuous, affiliation-based Multiplayer mode (introduced in NetherRealm's Mortal Kombat) in which players can compete with other players for points that go to the faction they've chosen. At the end of each week, a faction and player within that faction will be announced as the winners. Players can also earn various rewards by competing in this mode, some of which are faction-specific Faction Kills, a new form of Fatality.

  • Black Dragon
  • Brotherhood of Shadow
  • Lin Kuei
  • Special Forces
  • White Lotus Society

Future Edit

Before release expansions, Ed Boon haves announced in December 1994, and tells him about sequels in near future. While comes in, Boon haves planning the great games with a new helper, Draconian Games and Genisu Games, the formers of Deviant Fighters to created a special games at 3rd-party fighting, being ultimate planning at sequels and prequel and crossovers. This is part fighting game of Ed Boon, who bring in the one crossover at the time. Recording the one fighting game crossover, there is exist about Mortal Kombat vs. Street Fighter, while this game is not reveal yet.

The prequel is official Mortal Kombat: Dark Ages, above one prequel before the first game, tells story about the Ancestor, the ancient power knows real name is Great Kung Lao, who though defeated by the Shokan warrior, Goro.

Ed Boon haves announced another installment call "Mortal Kombat Future", is unofficial series part of Mortal Kombat while setting future being alternate. Across different adventure games arrival in years and an featuring sequel of the MK while ago, sphere into 25th Anniversary, but also called Mortal Kombat II: Oblivion, who haves release in January 2020.

Expansions Edit

Deadly Alliance (2000) Edit

Deception (2004) Edit

Unchained (2007) Edit

Armageddon (2010) Edit

Prequels Edit

Dark Ages Edit

Shokan Strike Edit

Spin-offs Edit

Mythologies: Sub-Zero Edit

Special Forces Edit

Shaolin Monks Edit

Fire & Ice Edit

Sequels Edit

Mortal Kombat II Edit

Mortal Kombat III Edit

Have been in 2017 at 25th anniversary of Mortal Kombat, Ed Boon haves idea third installment of MK series that will needing release in future while maked deal crossover about Mortal Kombat vs. Street Fighter.

If showing that being to Mortal Kombat Trilogy of the fighting game series.

Trivia Edit

  • Mortal Kombat is the first game in the Mortal Kombat series and the first game of NetherRealm Studios.
  • This game marks the first appearance/usage of variations.
  • Others have appear as cameos above Brutal Fists, Crime Brawlers, Battle Rhythm, BeastKnights, Horror Brawl, The Superpowered, Heavy Hitters, Rectronica and other games.