The Mortal Kombat Arcade Port you probably never played | MVG

Mortal Kombat was a smash in the arcade and in the home. In 2004 Jakks Pacific released a $25 Mortal Kombat TV game that ran on AA batteries – but this was not simple emulation, rather a custom developed arcade port that was quite impressive given its hardware constraints. In this episode we take a closer look at the version of Mortal Kombat you’ve probably never played.

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Music Used:

► Mortal Kombat (Soundtrack from the Arcade Game) – Dan Forden

Sources:

► MK TV Game – https://plugplaytvgames.fandom.com/wiki/Mortal_Kombat
► SunPlus Information – https://hackmii.com/2010/04/sunplus-the-biggest-chip-company-youve-never-heard-of/

TimeStamps:

► 00:00 – 04:04 – Introduction
► 04:05 – 12:16 – A Closer look at the Jakks Pacific MK TV Game
► 12:17 – 13:04 – Outtro

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Jeremy

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