Mortal Kombat (1992)

3.43 from 70 votes
By combining digitized character graphics and extreme violence, Midway's 1992 fighter revolutionized the U.S. fighting game genre, spawned a long-running series, and helped create controversy regarding video game violence.
First released
Aug 22, 1992
Aliases
MK, MK1
Franchises
Mortal Kombat
Developed by
Midway Games, Acclaim Studios Salt Lake City, Probe Entertainment
Published by
Acclaim Entertainment, Inc., Midway Games, JAKKS Pacific, Inc, Arena Entertainment, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Inc.
Platforms
Amiga, Game Boy, Game Gear, Genesis, Sega Master System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega CD, Arcade, PC
Genres
Action, Fighting
Themes
Fantasy, Martial Arts
Rating
ESRB: M, PEGI: 16+
Releases
  • AMI - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • ARC - Mortal Kombat United States
  • GB - Mortal Kombat United States
  • GB - Mortal Kombat: Shinken Kourin Densetsu Japan
  • GB - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • GEN - Mortal Kombat United States
  • GEN - Mortal Kombat: Shinken Kourin Densetsu Japan
  • GEN - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • GG - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • GG - Mortal Kombat: Shinken Kourin Densetsu Japan
  • GG - Mortal Kombat United States
  • PC - Mortal Kombat United States
  • PC - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • PS2 - Mortal Kombat: Deception Premium Pack Bonus Disc United States
  • PSP - Midway Arcade Treasures: Extended Play United States
  • PSP - Midway Arcade Treasures: Extended Play United Kingdom
  • SCD - Mortal Kombat United States
  • SCD - Mortal Kombat Kanzenban Japan
  • SCD - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • SMS - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom
  • SNES - Mortal Kombat: Competition Edition United States
  • SNES - Mortal Kombat: Shinken Kourin Densetsu Japan
  • SNES - Mortal Kombat United Kingdom

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