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Another game site has information about the Mortal Kombat Kompilation game. The game is still not announced official. Here is the information that comes from GigEx:
Mortal Kombat Kompilation
Platforms: PlayStation 2
ESRB: Rating Pending
Release Date: 2004-12-31
The first three installments of the mega-hit fighting games will be gracing home consoles sometime in the near future. Word has it Midway might even include Ultimate MK3 and MK Trilogy.
You can find the information here.
Update: - 02.23.2004
Our long-time forum member MiNeOuT informed us that this information is also available at GamerFreed, the first site that reported something about Mortal Kombat Kompilation several months ago.
There is a new petition to the Mortal Kombat's Development Team. This time it is about the long waited Mortal Kombat Kompilation. There is a rumour that this game is currently in development. Three months ago Mortal Kombat Secrets was one of the first to post a news about this possible project. The news was based on an article published at GamerFreed. You can find the news here.
Here is the complete text of the petition:
Mortal Kombat fans have long awaited a compilation game that would include their favorite 2d Mortal Kombat games. Mortal Kombat Trilogy was to be the gem of the 2d games. Because of competing consoles and many other reasons the game was very unfinished. This petition is asking the Mortal Kombat Developers to remake Mortal Kombat Trilogy with many added features or at least a greatest hits game for current consoles systems.
Please click here and sign the petition.
In a press release JAKKS TV Games announces that the Company has signed a worldwide licensing agreement with Midway to produce a version of JAKKS' TV Games™ based on classic Midway® titles. Mortal Kombat is one of the games. Below is a part from the press release:
MALIBU, Calif., Feb. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JAKKS Pacific, Inc. (Nasdaq: JAKK) announced today that the Company has signed a worldwide licensing agreement with Midway to produce a version of JAKKS' TV Games™ based on classic Midway® titles. TV Games is a plug and play gaming system that contains multiple classic games in one single controller.
Midway TV Games will feature top-selling Midway games, including Mortal Kombat®, Spy Hunter®, Rampage®, Joust®, Defender® I & II, Robotron:2084®, Marble Madness®, Smash TV™, Super Sprint™ and Paperboy®. All that is needed are batteries and a TV -- No videogame consoles and no gaming cartridges are required. Simply plug TV Games into the A/V jacks of any standard television set, turn on and play. The lightweight, compact, all-inclusive controller, houses a combination of videogames with all of the hardware built right into the controller. This technology allows gaming fans to enjoy a number of videogames with just one single purchase.
"We are excited by the response to the TV Games platform from the nation's gaming community," commented Jennifer Richmond, senior vice president of licensing, JAKKS Pacific. "We are very pleased to add Midway to our exciting roster of top licenses, and believe their games like Mortal Kombat and Defender will be excellent additions to the TV Games line."
Midway TV Games will debut at International Toy Fair 2004, and is expected to retail for approximately $20.00. For more information on JAKKS Pacific's TV Games™ line, please go to http://www.jakkstvgames.com.
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It's finally here. The first official Mortal Kombat: Deception render. Midway confirmed that the render is not fake and that means that Baraka will be one of the characters that will appear in the next Mortal Kombat game.
A few days ago Midway registered two new domain names:
The both of them are still only a redirection to Midway's official website but this will be changed soon. This once again proves that the next Mortal Kombat Game is going to be called Mortal Kombat: Deception.