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Mortal Kombat II 2

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Mortal Kombat II 2 SNES Super Nintendo Game


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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
My Favorite Port
Great price. Great condition. The best port from my day; now its part of my collection again.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Louisiana on 6/30/2016
5 Stars
A stellar port, that keeps calling to me day after day!
Reviewed by:  from Yardley, PA on 11/7/2015
5 Stars
so much fun
this game is so much fun, very hard but you can't seem to stop playing it!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Winnipeg, MB on 7/6/2015
5 Stars
Mortal kombat 2
Good game work great
Reviewed by:  from Canada ,quebec on 11/30/2014
5 Stars
A wanderfull game in great conditions.
Reviewed by:  from Brasil on 11/28/2014
5 Stars
KOMBAT with a K
Do yourself a favor, if you don't have the actual arcade cabinet of MK2 get this version.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Canada on 11/25/2014
5 Stars
Mortal Kombat 2 was my favorite. Game arrived in great condition. Lukie games has not failed me yet.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from USA on 11/13/2014
5 Stars
Its a Classic!!!
Great Game!!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Paranavai on 11/24/2013
5 Stars
Great Buy
Great classic game, lots of memories playing this
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Toronto on 9/29/2013
5 Stars
Great buy
I recently bought this game from Lukie games for first time and it came it very good condition and worked perfectly. Would definately buy from Lukie again.
Reviewed by:  from Dallas, Texas on 9/12/2013
5 Stars
Good old MK
This game is an instant classic with all the bells and whistles. Multiplayer is definately the greatest aspect of this game, tournament mode is fun, it just gets a little hard at times. Classic fatalities that have stood the test of time, this is a must own for all collectors!
Reviewed by:  from Corona, California on 6/25/2013
5 Stars
Great game lots of fun
Reviewed by:  from Winniipeg on 12/18/2012
5 Stars
I bought this game for my 16 year old son, he is a collector of Nintendo game systems. We love this game it is great and I would recommend it to anyone that likes fighting games
Reviewed by:  from Matawan, NJ on 7/14/2012
5 Stars
All-time great classic!
I ordered this game due to the difference between it and the Genesis version. I own the Genesis version and wanted to try out the SNES version and it has bettergraphics, sound, control, and gameplay. A must have for you SNES collection.
Reviewed by:  from Fort Payne, Alabama on 5/9/2012
5 Stars
Good ol' MK gory action
One of the finest MK titles of all time. Whether it's better or weaker than MK3 is a matter of opinion. Best when played multiplayer. Perfect amount of characters, classic moves and of course... FINISH HIM!
Reviewed by:  from QC, Canada on 1/19/2012
4 Stars
Not great, but nor is it horrible.
Generally you'd expect a sequel to a game, particularly a game as popular as the original Mortal Kombat was, to be better than its predecessor. In my opinion however, this isn't quite the case. Very close it came but it didn't quite make it up onto the next step. Read on to see why. After his defeat at the original tournament, the shapeshifting demon Shang Tsung returned to the Outworld in disgrace. Facing execution at the hands of his master, Emperor Shao Kahn, Tsung devised a plan so diabolical that his master restored his youth and powers to him. The warriors from Earth were to be lured to the Outworld, there to fight in a twisted version of the Mortal Kombat tournament, hosted by Shao Kahn himself. Control wise it's very similar to the prior game, the difference being tat there are new characters and those who return have a few new tricks up their sleeves as well as their original abilities. Some of these can be a little hard to pull off, particularly some of the Fatalities. This is especially true because a few of those finishing moves have two sections to themm. So pulling them off can be tricky. Audio: This is where I feel the game falls somewhat short. THe music, though not horrible, isn't what I'd call spectacular. None of it will get pleasantly stuck in your head for long stretchhes. Some of it's cool, certainly, but nothing's great. The same holds true of the SFX. I always thouht the impact sounds for punches and kicks and cries of pain sounded better in the first game, aside from the men's Fatality scream. Granted Shao Kahn's voice and his laugh are pretty cool, so it's not a total loss. All in all though this is still a very enjoyable game well worth your time. Te one star is mainly because I wasn't quite as impressed with the audio.
Reviewed by:  from Twin Falls, Idaho on 12/5/2011

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