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Mortal Kombat was, is, and always will be that title that will delight fans of gore and shock your grandma! The series is a side view perspective fighter. The graphics are all real actors that have posed in various positions. Kicks, punches, headbutts and general fighting stances. The photo's were then taken and converted into a sprite for the game. The sequence of photo's made the fighters look like they were really fighting. For the time, this was cutting edge technology! Mortal Kombat was perceived as the most violent video game created. Words like "Demented" and "Sick!" were used when discussed at a conference about the level of violence. The game was so violent, a Congressional hearing was held. The message was simple. The video games industry had to come up with a way to filter these games so minors could not play them. There-for, the ESRB rating system was born! Mortal Kombat is a bloody, gory and twisted fighting game that has gamers screaming for more each time!

Mortal Kombat Trivia
Ermac

Ermac is now a full character since boon decided to add him back in UMK3. Ermac was rumored to be born from a glitch on the Se ga version of the original MK. When choosing scorpion, it was said sometimes an error would pop up saying "Error Macro". This was what created Ermac. Error Macro -> Ermac. The "Glitch" was always disproved by many people, but many still said it was true. Ed Boon decided "You know what? They want him, let's make him". Due to a fake glitch, an awesome character was born. Thanks internet dwellers!

Mr Toasty

When doing certain moves, a man will pop up in the bottom right corner of the screen and shout "Toasty!". The man you see is Dan Forden, the lead sound designer of the game. It started as an inside joke. Mortal Kombat 2II was the firast of the series to fesature dan's now-famous toasty.

Scarlet

In The 2011 version of Mortal Kombat, an Extra player was released as DLC. Did you know she was in the classic games? Scarlet was actually a colour palette glitch. By switching between Kitana and Jade at the right time, you can glitch the colours and have a red suit. She was known by gamers as Scarlett. The spelling was changed in the 2011 release

Mortal Kombat Series
Mortal Kombat

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat was released for is the Arcade System

Mortal Kombat II

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat II was released for is the Arcade System

Mortal Kombat III

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat III was released for is the Arcade System

Ultimate Mortal Kombat III

The Original Platform that Ultimate Mortal Kombat was released for is the Arcade System

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

The Original Platforms that the Mortal Kombat Trilogy was released for is the PS1 and N64

Mortal Kombat 4

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat 4 was released for is the Arcade System

Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero was released for is the PS1 and N64

Mortal Kombat Gold

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat Gold was released for is the Dreamcast

Mortal Kombat: Special Forces

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat: Special Forces was released for is the PS1

Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat Gold was released for is the Xbox, PS2 and Gamecube

Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition was released for is the Gameboy Advance

Mortal Kombat: Deception

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat: Deception was released for are the Xbox, PS2 and Gamecube

Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat: Saolin Monks was released for are the PS2 and Xbox

Mortal Kombat: Unchained

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat: Unchained was released for is PSP

Mortal Kombat: Armaggedon

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat: Armaggedon was released for are the PS2 and Xbox

Mortal Kombat: Kollection

The Original Platform that Mortal Kombat: Kollection was releaed on is the PS2

Mortal Kombat 2011

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat 2011 was released for are the PS3 and Xbox 360

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection

The Original Platforms that Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection was released for was the Xbox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network