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Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 12:34 pm
by FatTrucker
I have an Arcade Perfect version of this at home......its in a bloody great Mortal Kombat II arcade machine.....which Mrs Trucker hates. :twisted:

Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 1:26 pm
by thenodfather
I would say the Super Nintendo.

It had the best Graphics, Sounds and Frame Rate of them all.
(Great too that Nintendo revoked their censorship on gore and violence).

Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 2:43 pm
by StarEye
Belgarath wrote:Absolutely correct.

And of course these days it can be installed with WHDLoad so no diskswappin g at all!
That means the evaluation in the original post was inaccurate and unfair. It even has a screeshot of the "Disk IV" screen - and if the original didn't even have four disks.

Also, was the game hd-installable originally? HOL says "unknown".

EDIT: no, it doesn't. I guess HOL could update their info then, my original box says NOT HARDDISK INSTALLABLE, and the manual tells you the same.

Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 8:02 pm
by Overheat
batman877 wrote:
Overheat wrote:Was it this one on the Amiga where if you were Shang Tsung and morphed, you had to change disk?
Only if you had a pirated version of the game! :wink:

I believe the original came on 3 disks and the pirated one had 4!
ah, got me :P

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2008 1:43 am
by Weekend_Warrior
The 32X was the best with the SNES coming in it at a very close second.

The reason: I think the 32X had tighter gameplay than the SNES port

If you don't mind playing the game with no sound.. the Saturn version is almost arcade perfect. Just put on some good tunes in its place

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:36 am
by STranger81
At the time I had a SNES and Megadrive, and I bought the Megadrive version purely because most of my friends at school had Megadrives so I thought there would be more "taking it round their house for 2 player" action.

Posted: Fri Oct 03, 2008 10:31 am
by nwosteve
32X. No doubt about it. Much smoother version than the others. Always found the Amiga version to be good but using a joystick with 1 button meant it was difficult to do get the full MK2 experience.