BEst Mortal kombat games of all time

There have been a lot of Mortal Kombat games over the years and there are the some of the best ever. Check out the top 7 Mortal Kombat games. 

Mortal Kombat 11

Mortal Kombat 11 is a game that explored the furthest reaches of the Mortal Kombat lore, introduced another suite of memorable characters, and embraced the Mortal Kombat community in unprecedented ways.

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Mortal Kombat II

The original Mortal Kombat attracted eyes by way of controversy and a different visual style than other fighters on the market. With the second entry, Midway closed the gap between the Mortal Kombat franchise and its contemporaries like Street Fighter II. 

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Mortal Kombat X

Mortall Kombat X did push the series forward. The awesome X-ray attacks returned in spades, with more gruesome how-did-they-get-up-from-that moves than in MK9, but the star of the show is the suite of new characters. 

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Mortal Kombat

Following an extended stay in the realm of 3D and a continued push toward bombast with its storylines, the newly formed NetherRealm Studios took the Mortal Kombat franchise back to basics in more ways than one. 

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Mortal Kombat 3

Mortal Kombat 3 carried on the tradition of evolving the still-fledgling series while maintaining the classic kombat of the first two games. The new gameplay mechanics, like the ability to run, perform chain combos were initially overshadowed by the absence of several of the series’ most popular characters.

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Mortal Kombat: Deception

Mortal Kombat: Deception took everything Deadly Alliance did and did it better. After the aforementioned Deadly Alliance of Shang Tsung and Quan Chi complete their mission of defeating Earthrealm, the two sorcerers turn on each other, but a bigger threat looms in the form of Onaga, the dragon king.

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Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks

After two failed spin offs in Mythologies: Sub Zero and Special Forces, you would think the team at Midway would call it quits. Shaolin Monks allows you to choose to play as either Liu Kang or Kung Lao, each with distinct moves, as you fight for the fate of the realms.

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