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    Default Arcade perfect version of Mortal Kombat 1 ever made?

    Does this exist? I know there are the older versions for the Genesis (shit) and SNES (hacked) but is there a arcade perfect version for any system? I know the Midway Arcade Treasure 2 disc has II&III but where’s MK1?

    Possibly this exists but for some reason I just can’t remember there being one.

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    It does exist and is in the MK, Deception bonus pack. An arcade perfect although slightly glitched bonus disk. It is available on XBOX and PS2.

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    The Sega CD port of MK1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evildead2099
    The Sega CD port of MK1?


    The Sega CD version was identical to the cart version with the addition of redbook audio and insane load times. This was a huge letdown for me. Ah well. What can you expect from a system that can only show 64 colors simultaneously?

    The best version is the one found in MAME.

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    The Sega CD version looks just like the Genesis version except with shitty load times.

    The music might be spot on, but the graphics aren't.

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    I actually like the plug and play a lot... the graphics are tuned down a bit (ie no clapping by the monks in the courtyard) but it plays really well. Any of the other emulated versions I've played have been pretty sluggish.

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    Back in the day (circa 94-95), I had Mortal Kombat for my PC. It was a Dell something or other, running at 33mhz with very limited ram (can't remember how much exactly). I had an el-cheapo 6 button controller for it too!

    Anyways, my friends and I loved playing that game and would play it often. We were always treated to random graphic and sound glitches that would have us rolling on the floor.

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    The PC version was surprisingly accurate. It was the first game I bought for my first PC. The only problem it had was the scream sound for Liu Kang was reversed with the other fighters. When you did a fatality on Johnny Cage, he did Liu Kang's scream and vice versa.

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