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Box artwork for Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
Box artwork for Mortal Kombat Trilogy.
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
Developer(s)Midway Games
Publisher(s)Midway Games
Year released1996
System(s)Nintendo 64, Windows, PlayStation, Sega Saturn,
SeriesMortal Kombat
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB MatureBBFC 15OFLC Mature Accompanied & Restricted
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For nine generations, the Mortal Kombat tournament was ruled by the Outworld's finest warrior, Prince Goro. It was agreed that if the Outworld could claim victory in 10 consecutive tournaments, it would then rule the Earth. With the Earth on the brink of destruction, a new generation of warriors gathered and claimed victory.

With victory in hand, warrior monk, Liu Kang, had now become the new champion. But his victory was short lived. He and his comrades were lured into the Outworld to compete in a second tournament.

But Liu Kang and his comrades discovered an evil deception. The tournament was merely a diversion devised by the Dark Emperor, Shao Kahn, to break the rules set forth by the Elder Gods. The Dark Emperor would witness the reincarnation of his former Queen, Sindel. This unholy act gave Shao Kahn the power to step through the dimensional gates to reclaim his Queen and seize control of the Earth

This trilogy of events comprises Shao Kahn's final attempt at taking control the Earth.

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