Mortal Kombat Trilogy [Model NUS-NMKE-USA]
Nintendo 64 cart. published 24 years ago by Williams Ent., Inc.
Listed and emulated in MAME !
Mortal Kombat Trilogy © 1996 Williams Ent., Inc.
Williams packed this N64 pak with plenty of new features, including a new Aggressor Meter, tag team options and more fighters than you'll find in any previous MK entry. The roster includes Rain, Smoke, Noob Saibot and other special characters from previous games. In all, there are 26 immediately playable characters, plus 4 hidden characters!
The play control and moves are classic MK, including dozens of Fatalities, Animalities, Babalities and Friendship Moves. All-new Brutalities let you pound your opponents 'til they explode, while seven humiliating Stage Fatalities send defeated opponents plummeting out of selected arenas. You can also score on Aggressor Moves and Kombos.
In addition to one-player and two-player vs. modes, MK Trilogy features two-on-two and three-on-three tag-team options. There's also an eight-player tournament mode.
MK Trilogy features favorite battlegrounds. from MK, MK II, MK 3 as well as all-new battlegrounds crafted especially for this game. In all, there are 27 battlegrounds.
The new Aggressor Kombat Mode arms the quick and merciless with more strength and power to inflict heavy Kombinations!
|Released on November 14, 1996 in the USA.|
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Mortal Kombat Trilogy Design Team: Ed Boon
, John Tobias
, Tony Goskie
, Dan Forden
, David Lee Michicich
, Steve Beran
, John Vogel
Williams Entertainment MK Trilogy Team: David Schwartz
, Mark Guidarelli
, Greg Miller
, Mark May
, Robert Atesalp
Unbeatable Kombat Masters (Game Testers): Will Shen
, William Sutjiadi
, J. R. Salazar
, Marselle Washington
, Mike Turner
, Toan Ngo
, Steve Kramer
, John Ubalde
, Brian Johnson
, Eddie Ferrier
, Mike Vinikour
Print Design and Production: Debra Austin
, Steve High
, Shawn Murphy
, Dave Young
Many Thanks go to: Steven Ranck
, Scott L. Patterson
, Michael Cuevas
, Detmar Peterke