While Liu Kang’s ending is considered the canonical ending for Mortal Kombat II, some of the other possible endings were much better… especially Johnny Cage’s ending:
After disappearing from the set of his latest movie, Cage finally resurfaces. He used all his knowledge and experiences as a fighter to end the Outworld menace. Now heralded as a true hero, Cage receives the respect he rightfully deserves.
He also gets his inspiration for the sequel to his blockbuster movie Mortal Kombat. MK II is released and quickly becomes the greatest motion picture event of all time. Cage realizes that MK III is inevitable.
Which was your favorite?
Before the Last of Us, the Uncharted series, the Jax & Daxter games, or even Crash Bandicoot, Naughty Dog made a not very good Mortal Kombat clone for the 3D0 called Way of the Warrior.
While it wasn’t the most original game ever made, I think they did a pretty good job at raising the bar on stage fatalities from what we’d already seen with the first two Mortal Kombat games.
Check ’em out…
Continue reading Way Of The Warrior Stage Fatalities
If you look past your nostalgia for the 1st three Mortal Kombat ports to the SNES, do they still hold up as good games or are all sizzle and no steak?
Continue reading Are The Mortal Kombat SNES Ports Worth Playing Today?
So, what are your favorite Mortal Kombat characters really yelling during battle?
Continue reading Mortal Kombat Gibberish
Aside from sharing posts from X-BitGaming.com on our Facebook page, each day we try to share a retrogaming-related photo or video from other Facebook pages or from sites around the internet. Here are the 10 pictures and videos we shared on Facebook between March 1st and March 7th in case you missed any…
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I don’t know if Mortal Kombat was the first game with stage fatalities but it certainly popularized them with the Pit.
Continue reading Mortal Kombat 1-3 Stage Fatalities
Dorkly re-imagines Mortal Kombat as a sitcom filmed in front of a live studio audience.
Continue reading Mortal Kombat Sitcom
The success of the first Mortal Kombat meant that John Tobias and Ed Boone had nearly every resource they could want to make the game they wanted.
Mortal Kombat II was bigger and better than its predecessor in nearly every way.
Continue reading Mortal Kombat II Mania