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Mortal Kombat 4 Member Review for the N64

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02/15/08
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Ha! Where do I begin with MK4, Well it's fun as heck, bloody as heck too. The graphics are excellent, the sound is pretty good, there are multiple characters including some new ones. Still MK4 holds on to the classic Mortal Kombat fighting system. However now there are character stories that you view whenever you complete the game with that specific character, Voices are also included with the characters as well. The levels have these new death traps that make the killing more fun. Overall Mortal Kombat 4 gets a B, and is still bloodier than ever.

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