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Mortal Kombat 3 - MAME

Mortal Kombat 3 - MAME
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Description of Mortal Kombat 3 - MAME

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First of all, I gotta admit: namely because of two of the new characters, Stryker and Kabal, I like MK3 more than MK2. But let’s be frank here: if you’ve expected some major changes from the previous installment, go look somewhere else. Really, there’s about only two things in Mortal Kombat 3 that are different from MK2: the character roster (as The Beatles would put it: some have gone and some remain) and the fact that you can choose between one of the three campaigns, each presenting you with a different level of difficulty. So yes, even if you’re a total moron you can still play. But that’s about it. The rest is just slightly (and slightly is a huge overstatement here) upgraded—or better yet reworked—visuals. The fantasy-esque tone of MK2 is all gone in Mortal Kombat 3 and the whole game returns to more ‘down to Earth’ setting of actual kind-of-post-apocalyptic Earth. As to the character roster itself, it has somewhat grown up a little since MK2 (thirteen vs. fifteen characters in Mortal Kombat 3), with eight returning characters and seven completely new ones. Which I for once quite welcomed, because MK2 characters felt just too much like cheapy unlikeable copy-pastas, since several of them just basically used the same live-action footage, with the only visual difference between them being different weapons/fighting-style and different apparel coloring (and no, that really doesn’t count, if you’d ask me). — Mortal Kombat 3, however, got this at least a bit right: characters from MK2 were visually updated so that they each have their more-or-less own distinct personality, and the new ones use all completely new and unique sprites straight-away. Now, the original arcade controls setup should look something like this. Where high-punch corresponds to MAME button 1, block button 2, high-kick button 3, low-punch button 4, low-kick button 5 and run button 6. Why am I talking about all of this? Well, good luck with MAME’s retarded default mapping, and good luck figuring out which button does what! Conclusion? If you spent a lot of time with MK2 int the time it was still new, chances are you’re still going to prefer MK2 over MK3, but if you are new to the franchise, I think that Mortal Kombat 3 is more likely to be the proverbial winner here.