Khan seeks revenge and his bride. Legions of Khan are assigned to kill all Earthrealm souls. Sindel is said to have been reborn within Earthrealm, where she awaits her king to reunite with her and ultimately take control of both realms.

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Richard Divizio ...
Kano / Kabal (archive footage)
Kerri Hoskins ...
Sonya Blade (archive footage)
John Parrish ...
Jax (archive footage)
Michael O'Brien ...
Stryker (archive footage)
Eddie Wong ...
Liu Kang (archive footage)
Sal Divita ...
Nightwolf / Sektor / Cyrax / Smoke (archive footage)
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Becky Gable ...
Lia Montelongo ...
Sindel (archive footage)
Brian Glynn ...
Shao Kahn (archive footage)
Anthony Marquez ...
Kung Lao (archive footage) (as Tony Marquez)
Steve Ritchie ...
Shao Kahn (voice) (archive footage)
Jon Hey ...
Grunts, Screams, Groans and Gibberish (voice)
Peg Burr ...
Grunts, Screams, Groans and Gibberish (voice)
Dan Forden ...
Grunts, Screams, Groans and Gibberish (voice)
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Shao Khan seeks revenge and his bride. Legions of Khan are assigned to eliminate all Earthrealm souls. Queen Sindel is said to have been reborn within Earthrealm, where she awaits her evil king to reunite with her and ultimately take control of both realms. Written by Mujahbarrukah

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Action | Horror

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6 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Cyrax can be seen in the desert background, trapped in the sands - a reference to his ending from MK3. See more »

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Narrator: You have been chose to represent Earth in Mortal Kombat. Be warned. Although your souls are protected against Shao Kahn's evil: Your lives are not. I cannot interfere any longer as your Earth is now ruled by the Outworld Gods. These are the words of Rayden.
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Referenced in Hren' 2.0: Portativnaya SEGA (2011) See more »

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Its not all that great on the SNES...
23 May 2002 | by (The Thuderdome, b**ch!!) – See all my reviews

UMK3 isnt as good as it looks,the series started to die down for some people when MK3 hit the shelves.Right now,I'm reviewing the Super Nintendo version.Now,the SNES version isnt all that great,the graphics are great,and the controls are good,but ever since they started to put the new combo system,Mortal Kombat lost its edge.Lets keep the main flaw in clear prespective,Midway packed to much stuff in the SNES,the system could barely handle it.The game constantly suffers from slowdown,and the controls are sometimes unresponsive.In the SNES version,they took out animalitys.If I was gonna buy UMK3,I would buy the sega saturn version.Constant slowdown,unresponsive controls,and the new combo system kind of killed my interest in Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 are the only MK games that I dont like all that much.If I were you,I'd buy the Sega Saturn version.6 out of 10.


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