News Archive - March 2003
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It's ready. There is a PlayStation 2 Emulator that can run two commercial games. Its name is NeutrinoSX. One of these games is Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance. I am not completely sure if that's true because I don't have Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance for PlayStation 2 to test the emulator, but on the emulator's home page there is a screenshot from the game and the following news.
"Firsts commercial games start to work on Nsx2 ! Those shots are loading screens of infamous Mortal Kombat 5 and Blade 2 . Expect new release of Nsx2 soon
Posted By Shadowpri"
If you can test the emulator and find that it works please inform us about this.
Well the first step is done. Now we must only wait.
This is the title of the new Mortal Kombat game which will come out only for GameBoy Advance this summer. Except the name we can now inform you about one of the characters in the game - Sektor. It is now known that he will return.
Unexpectedly for all of us Midway announced the next Mortal Kombat game for the small GameBoy Advance. The game is still called Mortal Kombat Advance 2, but it will not have anything with the first Mortal Kombat Advance released in December 2001. The team responsible for Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance is now working on this sequel. No more information is now known. Except that the game will probably use the new 4 link player mode.
Yes, that's right. One year ago I started Mortal Kombat Secrets. First it was only the Bulgarian version and a month later there was an English version too. Now a year later I want to tell you a few thinks:
1. I want to say 10x to all of you who visited my site during the last year, who congratulated me and who don't spare criticism. Because I make this site for you and thanks to you it is still "alive". Only you can help me make it better.
2. For the birthday I planed to make the biggest update for the last year but unfortunately the time was very little and it will stay for the near future.
3. During the last year I was working alone on the site, but not any more. Stefan Rikov is the name of the man, who helps me. If you want to help too, you will have the chance very soon, but please don't send me e-mails with such questions.
4. At the end I want to say: "Hold on, because you haven't seen anything yet!"
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