Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition - News
The eight episode of our Mortal Kombat History Series has been released. Entitled A Deadly Alliance this new episode features the rebirth of the franchise with Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance:
In addition to Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, the episode also features Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition and Studio Gigante's Tao Feng: Fist of the Lotus.
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During the last few weeks Ed Boon has been posting some very interesting images from different Mortal Kombat games, including the currently in development Mortal Kombat 9. We have gathered all the images that are not already on our site so that you can see them, in case you missed some of them. All images come from Ed Boon's Twitter account:
The next big section update is here. This time we have updated our Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition section. Here is what's new:
- Rating System
- Expanded Story section
- PDF Krypt Guide
- Higher quality Endings and mugshots
- Glitches (just one for now)
- In Development section
- Images (Logo, Boxshot, Renders, Anime characters, Adverts, Screenshots)
Now go, and take a look around. We will be happy if you leave your comment in our forums.
Stay close, the next big update is not that far.
Our Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition section finally receive its update. Now it contains the following new things:
1. Basic information about the game
3. All bios
4. All endings
5. 100% compatible Special Moves and Fatality list
6. Kodes and secrets
- The Krypt (Full content list)
- Hidden characters
- Weapon Fatalities
- Weapon colors
- The Final Secret
- VisualBoy Advance Kodes
- GameShark Kodes
- CodeBreaker Kodes
Today MK: Tournament Edition ships in the stores. The title is sequel of the GBA version of MK: Deadly Alliance and features all fighters, who were not in MK: DA + three exclusive characters, Sareena, Sektor and Noob Saibot. But the fighters are not the only one new feature. Midway's Press release can describe them better than I can:
New Linked Multi-player Capabilities/Dynamic modes:
4-Player Tournaments – Battle to win the tournament trophy
Tag Team Mode – Two characters can be selected to fight until both have lost in single or multi-player
“Race To Raiden” – Arcade style with a twist that enables gamers to change fighters after each battle to become the first to win as Raiden
Arcade Play – Make in-game wagers on connected battles
Co-op Mode – Players can use multi-player, which is two vs. two
New Reverse Compatibility – Link with Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance favorites to fight head-to-head as Scorpion, Shang Tsung and Quan Chi to earn and wager gold “koins.” Combine with red “koins” to open even greater secrets and riches.
New Practice Mode – Wail on fighters while mastering fighting styles and special moves.
New Gambling – Players will be able to bet in-game on the outcome of linked battles, mini-games and other secret fighting challenges.
New Red “Koins” – Earn new red “koins” in order to unlock or purchase hidden characters, backgrounds and other features in the “krypt.” Red “koins” can only be earned by playing Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition.
New Battlegrounds – Fight in new dynamic environments such as the Lost Tomb, Wu Shi Academy, Sarna Ruins, Molochs Lair, as well as most popular backgrounds from the original Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.
New Warriors – Test fighting skills as Cyrax, Drahmin, Hsu Hao, Johnny Cage, Mavado, Raiden and Reptile or newcomers Bo Rai Cho and Nitra.
Exclusive Characters for the Game Boy Advance – Sareena plus two secret fighters.
Improved Extended Player Statistics – Extended player statistics can be viewed for individual characters and player profile information can be saved in the game pack.
Our MK: TE edition section will be updated with information about the game as soon as possible.