taken great pains to ensure that there’s a game in the series for every console out there, and the Genesis, being dominant during its heyday, got just about every 2D version released. The last one to come to Sega’s wonder box was Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, which included everything but the kitchen sink (though I think there was a coupon in the manual to send away for one), and the debate still rages today as to how it holds up versus the SNES version.
Tag: Williams Entertainment
A slow week means it’s time to go retro! The gems from the golden age of arcade gaming are indeed timeless, and perhaps the only criteria that’s appropriate to use when reviewing Williams Arcade’s Greatest Hits is how well they adapt to the Genesis control scheme.
It’s hard to believe they’ve made as many Mortal Kombat games as they have, and the series seems as popular as ever. One of the most anticipated installments was Mortal Kombat III, which was released on a whole slew of consoles. The Genesis version held its own, and offered gamers another reason to piss off legislators.