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Mortal Kombat II Snes Mod For Doom Gets New Footage, 50% Completed

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Our reader Cristian Fabian Munoz Isla has informed us about the progress of his Mortal Kombat II Snes mod for Doom via skulltag/zandronum. According to the modder, this mod has been completed by 50% and in order to showcase the progress that has been made to it, Doomero has released a video that can be viewed below. This mod has potential, however there are still issues that need Doomero’s attention. As huge MK fans, we find it really interesting so make sure to give it a go. Here is hoping that the final version will be as close to the real deal as possible. Enjoy! Continue reading Mortal Kombat II Snes Mod For Doom Gets New Footage, 50% Completed

NetherRealm’s Ed Boon Shares Mortal Kombat Facts; MKT was made due to PS1’s additional CD space

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We here in DSOG love Mortal Kombat, especially its older 2D versions. And since PS4 is almost upon us, NetherRealm’s Ed Boon, creator of Mortal Kombat, decided to share some memories and facts from the older parts of MK. As Ed Boon said, when MK3 came out for the PS1, Midway held an event celebrating all the versions (Super Nintendo, Genesis and PS1). Continue reading NetherRealm’s Ed Boon Shares Mortal Kombat Facts; MKT was made due to PS1’s additional CD space

Happy Times – Mortal Kombat Turns 20 Years Old

Man, it’s been 20 years since the release of the first Mortal Kombat game. Some hated it, others loved it. Personally, I loved all 2D versions of this legendary series and I still remember visiting the arcades to play Mortal Kombat 2. Or how about the cencored SNES version of MK1 that was – kind of – awful? Or the way the media advertised it, stating that this game would turn us into psychopaths? Ah, the memories. But anyway. Happy birthday Mortal Kombat and in order to celebrate it, we’ve included all the fatalities from MK1, 2, and Ultimate 3, as well as a retrospective that is courtesy of GameSpot. Enjoy! Continue reading Happy Times – Mortal Kombat Turns 20 Years Old