Mortal Kombat 2 walkthrough video guide (PSN PS3, PS2, Wii, PSP, Xbox1, GCN, Arcade, SNES, Genesis, Retro)

MK2 walkthrough artwork of the PS1 version logo
This Mortal Kombat 2 walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this beloved classic sequel to the original bloodsplattering fighter.

Mortal Kombat II added a whole host of new characters and increased the playable roster from 7 to 12 when it debuted at the arcades in 1993.

Not all of the characters from the first game made the cut as playable characters in MK2 though, as Sony and Kano are absent from the roster (but you can see them chained up in the background of the Kahn’s Arena stage, though they remain unplayable).

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Mortal Kombat 4 walkthrough video guide (PC, N64, PS1, Arcade, Retro)

The Main Menu of Mortal Kombat 4
Our Mortal Kombat 4 walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for the fourth entry in Midways long-running Mortal Kombat series of violent fighting games.

MK4 is the most different of all the series and in many ways the most overlooked and oft-forgotten. The game increased the roster of playable character to 15+ (18 including secret characters like Noob Saibot, Goro and Meat), introduced many new ones, but cut out a lot of fan favorites (Shang Tsung was replaced with a new sorcerer called Quan Chi and Shao Khan was replaced with the much-less-intimidating and forgettable Shinnok). The game was labeled as a reboot to the series and was the first polygonal 3D game in the MK series and one of the first Midway Fighting Games to be made with 3D graphics (the other being the underwhelming and critically panned War Gods).

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Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks walkthrough video guide (PS2, Xbox1)

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This MK: Shaolin Monks walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this interesting cooperative action-adventure beat-em up spin-off for the Mortal Kombat series from 2005. It was released for original Xbox and PS2. Hopefully it’ll be re-released digitally for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network soon.

Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks is the first-ever Mortal Kombat game with an adventure storyline and the Multi-Directional Kombat System. As you follow the adventures of Liu Kang and Kung Lao, you’ll levy attacks in any direction at any time, all the while not losing focus on the primary target.

Experience incredible depth of combat via Strings, Juggles, Special Attacks, Air Combat and Fatalities. Combine background interactions with Combat to solve unique action-orientated puzzles. Hurl an enemy into a spiked wall and leap from their impaled body to a higher area Expansive customization – Choose from several paths in which to spend experience points gained from battle.

Key features of MK: Shaolin Monks include:

  • Single or Two-player co-op gameplay. Play as Liu Kang or Kung Lao, each with their own unique repertoire of four Attack Styles plus Special Attacks, and Fatalities.
  • 10 new Fatalities – unleash bigger and better versions as your hero progresses.
  • Let loose the incredible Multality, a room-clearing wave of destruction destroying multiple enemies at one time.
  • Weapon Kombat – Discover weapons throughout your journey and use them to increase the damage on your enemy Kombatants.
  • Fully interactive environments – Melt enemies in acid pits, impale them on spiked ceilings, and hang them from hooks.
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    Mortal Kombat 3 walkthrough video guide (PSP, PS2, GameCube, Wii, Xbox1, SNES, PS1, PC, Arcade, Retro)

    Mortal Kombat 3 walkthrough artwork from story board
    Our Mortal Kombat 3 walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for the third-entry in the long-running Mortal Kombat fighting game series.

    MK3 changed up the formula from previous games and increased the roster to 15 playable characters; marking the return of Sonya and Kano who were absent in Mortal Kombat 2 and adding several all-new characters. Several of the actors who portrayed the digitalized characters in previous games left during development of MK3 and for that and other reasons this Mortal Kombat has a decidedly different look altogether than previous games in the series.

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    Star Fox 2 Walkthrough of unreleased SNES 3D shooter in 47 minutes

    Yesterday we posted an interview with the Star Fox Command producer Takaya Imamura in which he didn’t just talk about the DS game, but also revealed it had its strategy roots from the unreleased SNES game Star Fox 2, in which he’s credited with a special thanks. That’s the sequel to 1993’s SNES game Star …

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