Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero (1998)

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The story of mortal kombat fighter Sub zero, a ninja who accidently gives a spiritual amulet to evil sorcerer Quan chi.

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The story of mortal kombat fighter Sub zero, a ninja who accidently gives a spiritual amulet to evil sorcerer Quan chi.

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Meet the root of our evil.

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A Pathetic Game for a great license.
31 May 1999 | by (Hastings, Nebraska) – See all my reviews

This is what happens when you sacrifice gameplay for license. The graphics were dated and choppy, the control scheme was contrived and most of all it didn't seem all done. It just was wrapped up and shipped to stores so that one unlucky fool could buy it. Stick to Mortal Kombat 4 or the new Special Forces game coming up!


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