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    Re: Mortal Kombat Series (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Saturday, 09 October 2004 @ 11:58:01

    Who the hells the doush bag that wrote this review? What a chode! He doesn't know jack about the MK series, and the MK series has never been jerky from any standpoint, animation or control. The only jerk is this SF2-infatuated loser. SF2 was good in the day, but as soon as MK and its realism hit the arcades, people flocked to that and left SF2 in the dust.

    MK has far and away turned MUCH more profit for Midway than SF2 ( and all of its weak, weak sequels ) has for Capcom. Capcom doesn't know how to evolve with the times unlikes MK, which exemplifies this in the near THREE MILLION COPIES that they sold for Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance for the top 3 systems of today.

    Mortal Kombat: Deception is out now and is being touted as possibly the best fighting game ever. If you have an Xbox or PS2, check it out! There are 4 very different game modes, plus online playability that runs as smooth as a baby's ass! Check it!

    The idiot that wrote this review is also VERY bad at graphic design as it couldn't be more obvious that he just wrote MK5 and all that BS on those screenshots.

    On top of that, he even spelled it as "Mortal Combat"! What an idiot!

    Don't take what this guy wrote for even a lick of salt, he's just a dumb bastard.

    PS - Midway has existed for 35 years, so they obviously were turning out great hits that brought in plenty of money for them to not only survive but expand. Ever hear of Galaga or Pac-Man? Ya, they made those, idiot.

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