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A month ago we informed you that there will be an exclusive first look of Mortal Kombat: Deception in the april issue of PSM. Today IGN uploaded the cover of the magazine and one of the all ten pages. On the cover you can see Sub-Zero's new look. The most important information from the magazine is that they confirmed the return of my favaurite character Noob Saibot. Some of the screenshots show one of the stage fatalities performed by an unknown warrior to Ermac.
Here are the two pages. Click on the images to open IGN's website and see the large versions.
Yesterday TeamXbox reported in an article that Midway will include not only Mortal Kombat 1 and Mortal Kombat II but also the third installment of the series in Midway Arcade Treasures II. Below is a part of the article:
Speaking of Mortal Kombat, the series will also be featured in the upcoming Midway Arcade Treasures II, which is set for a holiday 2004 release. Continuing on the strong stable of Midway classics, Arcade Treasures II will include the original Mortal Kombat, MKII, and MK3. Other titles set to be part of the package include the arcade versions of NARC, SpyHunter 2, Arch Rivals and Total Carnage. The full lineup hasn’t been announced, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted on what is sure to be one of the best compilation titles ever.
According to the latest news on MKOnline Mortal Kombat: Deception will not be released on GameBoy Advance. So the only two platforms that the game will be released on are XBox and Play Station 2.
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Mortal Kombat Secrets was one of the first websites to report these news four months ago. Then it appeared to be only a rumor but now Midway made an official announcement.
"Mortal Kombat: Deception is not under development for GameCube," a Midway representative said.
Here is some interestion information about the sales of MK: DA worldwide:
Mortal Kombat 5: Deadly Alliance released for GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2002. The title sold almost 1.1 million units on PS2, 460,000 on Xbox and 205,000 on GCN respectively, according to NPD data.
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