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Mortal Kombat: Deception Screenshots



Platform: Nintendo GameCube™
Ship Date: February 28, 2005
Genre: 3D Fighter
Publisher: Midway
Developer: Midway
ESRB: Mature 17+

Mortal Kombat®: Deception™ delivers the deepest fighting game ever, with the lethal intensity that helped establish the
Mortal Kombat® franchise as the ultimate fighting game of all time! With multiple fatalities per character, multi-tiered
interactive backgrounds and extensive new game modes, Mortal Kombat®: Deception™ is set to revolutionize the

EXCLUSIVE PLAYABLE NINTENDO GAMECUBE™ CHARACTERS–Goro and Shao Kahn: Players will be able to select these two BOSS characters as playable characters:

Goro - A classic Boss creature from MK1, MK4 and MK Trilogy

Shao Kahn - The Final Boss in MK2 and MK3

Unique Kombat Features: With two fatalities per character, newly instituted death traps, stage fatalities and interactive Kombat backgrounds, this game will take the Mortal Kombat® series to an all-new level of pain.

New Konquest Mode: A completely redesigned single player Konquest mode provides an entirely fresh experience and a strong RPG gameplay element by adding the likes of Direct Player Control, worlds populated by NPC (Non-Player-Controlled) characters, unique hidden features, and a “real time” clock representing the equivalent of a 24-hour day.

New Chess Kombat Mode: In this all-new feature, players will be able to partake in a game of chess-like strategy, but with a fun (and, of course, bloody) Mortal Kombat® twist.

New Puzzle Kombat Mode: With ties to the likes of your favorite puzzle video games of past, Puzzle Kombat includes over 10 Mortal
Kombat® characters, each with a super-move to trigger against opponents.

New Mix of Favorite Warriors: Featuring many new fighters and the return of choice warriors such as Baraka, Mileena, Noob Smoke,
Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden, Tonya and more.

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