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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3

by Midway
Platform : Sega Genesis
Rated: Mature

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  • Platform: Sega Genesis
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00005C4HM
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,298 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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By Bruiser on May 3 2012
Format: Video Game Verified Purchase
This game is pretty much the same as MK3 only with more characters. I really can't say anything that other people do not already know. That MK kicks a**, it always will, and that any MK fan should buy this game.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Michael Mooney - Published on
Format: Video Game Fun:   
As most people know Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 was the last 2-d Mortal Kombat to come out of the 16bit era (Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo) But it does not disappoint. I have all four Mortal Kombat games available on Sega Genesis. I've had the first three for quite some time before managing to finally find UMK3, and I have been having fun with it since. All it really comes down too is that is MK3 but with extra characters, some new levels, combos, and even the everlasting glitches to appear every now and then. In my opinion UMK3 on the Genesis was my favorite port of the game, but the Sega version will have its downfalls especially being the arcade version is incredible. Some of the downfalls include: Some fatalities changed, animalities are taken out and replaced with brutalities, game will crash but not too often, some combos that can be done in the arcade version (12-20 hits, more then 100% damage) are hard and if not in way impossible to pull off in this port. Mostly from the fact your using a d-pad instead of the famous joystick, system slow done compared to the arcade version, and plain just controller in general. Im not saying they cant be done but i find it very hard to do sometimes. Now on to the computer, it is somewhat harder to beat compared to MK3 but still not all that hard. They added another tower on this with one with a harder difficulty level, but the experienced player can make it through pretty easy. Now about the sound quality of the game, the levels music are somewhat alright but kinda close to being unbearable. The announcer does not say any of the kombatants names which may not seem like a big deal to anyone, but personally i used to love how the pronouncer said some of their names. Scorpion doesnt do this famous get over line when doing his spear move, and you will just notice little sound glitches here or there but nothing to major. Overall i would say if your looking for a game that is tons of fun, and can open a lot of doors in the video game world, then this would be it.
By Leonidas - Published on
Format: Video Game Fun:   
The best ported Version of any mortal kombat game for the Genesis. Mortal Kombat 2 aside from trilogy is for the most part my favorite but they pushed the 16-BIT powerplant to the test. Excellent sound, voice, graphics, and gameplay its all here. That's one thing I will say about mortal kombat games for the Genesis, some were great in many ways but always lacked something important like good sound and clear graphics, this version has all of that. Mind you its not exactly like the arcade and doesn't have the exact same sound and music but its very very close. The game play is really cool and with the long list of playable characters and features it offers insane re-playability. If your looking for a good mortal kombat game or just a good game period then this one is the title for you.
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Ultimate Mortal komnat 3 Feb. 6 2002
By Blake - Published on
Format: Video Game
When I was little i love this game, but when our super nintendo got jacked my hart sank,but im 13 now and i decided im going to get a sega genesis i meen who needs a x box or a game cube or a playsation 2(which i like to) so i got a sega genesis and bought ultimate mortal kombat 3 which is mortal kombat 3 with a whole bunch of characters....Well i love it(the fatalities are awesome.
.......................Remember stick with the ariginal.........
This crap could have been done with dlc!!! Aug. 27 2014
By edward riddick - Published on
Format: Video Game
Lol jk. =P No i remember being really happy with this port because they included most of the sounds and voices. I knew they had to compromise on the quality of images and sounds to cram it in there but it made the game so much better! How could you play Mortal kombat with no screams of terror and dark voices announcing the rounds, characters, or saying FATALITY!!! I needed that in the game more than pretty graphics or good sound! Without it they might as well spell Kombat with a c! =P
Game freezes April 7 2014
By Jesse Schild - Published on
Format: Video Game Verified Purchase
Game freezes sometimes to some weird blue screen with numbers all over it. Also freezes when some uppercuts are performed. Got here fast though...