Last edited by Assman; 05-18-2012 at 01:23 AM.
Why is Dan Forden's image black-and-white when he appears and says "Toasty" in the Sega Genesis/Sega Mega Drive version of Mortal Kombat II?
Giving Dan Forden his same exact colors every time he pops up means having those colors in the palette's,
having those colors in the palette's means less colors for the backgrounds, resulting in worse looking backgrounds.
(and they are already quite drab)
so they used a part of the palette that would never change, the 2 shades of grey which are used in the lifebar.
(which is part of the bg layer)
I enjoy the music in the Sega Genesis and arcade versions equally.
Judging from MAME and the compilations, I prefer the Genesis and 32X versions' music for Mortal Kombat II.
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