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Mortal Kombat

Nothing is better than finishing off your opponent with a gruesome, gore-filled fatality. Scratch that. It’s far better when doing so in 3D. Mortal Kombat is reaching back to its early arcade roots except for one major thing: the third dimension. Characters engaged in kombat are up-front and center, while meticulously animated backgrounds come to life. Blood spurts, and limbs fly toward you in realistic fashion when the adjustable 3D is turned to max. You can’t, however, turn down the level of violence, or our level of anticipation for this game.

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