Mortal Kombat Trilogy is an Action, Fighting, and Adventure game for PC published by Williams Entertainment in 1997. The starting of the MK sequence in 1 package!
Mortal Kombat Trilogy PC Game 1997 Overview:
This game symbolizes the latest revision of the 3rd installment of MK, including all the personalities current in the tale until the date of its out.
Mortal Kombat Trilogy introduces the Aggressor bar, which fills as the combatants fight (twice as much if the opponent is blocking).
Many characters gained additional special moves.These special moves included MK1 Kano’s Knife Spin move, MKII Kung Lao’s Air Torpedo, Goro’s Spinning Punch move, Raiden’s Lightning that shoots from behind the opponent, and Baraka’s Blade Spin move. Additionally, Shao Kahn gained a throw and grab-and-punch move, and Motaro gained a proper throw move. This was due to avoid having to re-animate the fatality for this game.
Features of Mortal Kombat Trilogy:
- Trilogy adds the “Brutality” finishing move, which requires the player to perform an 11-button combo in order to rapidly beat on their opponent until they explode (Brutalities had been previously featured in the Mega Drive/Genesis and SNES ports of UMK3).
- All of the arenas that featured a Stage Fatality are featured in this game, except for the one in the Pit II, for similar reasons to the “Spine Rip” Fatality.
- All of the battle arenas that were featured in MKII, MK3, and UMK3 are available in MKT, but only four backgrounds from the original Mortal Kombat are featured (Courtyard, Goro’s Lair, the Pit, and the Pit Bottom).
- The PC, PlayStation, and Sega Saturn versions lack The Hidden Portal and Noob’s Dorfen stages from MK3, while the Nintendo 64 version lacks Kahn’s Arena and the Bank from MKII and MK3, respectively.
Minimum System Requirements:
- System: Windows (7, 8, 10, 11)
- Processor: 1.8 GHz
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9.0c
- DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
- Storage: 2 GB available space
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