Thanks to Jakks Pacific
, we managed to get our hands on a couple of Mortal Kombat TV Games
controllers and were able to spend a few days with them. Surprisingly the controllers are overall pretty darn close to the arcade version of Mortal Kombat
. We had no problems with them with respect to gameplay and are deemed worthy at a price of $20
. Here's a snippet from our review
Mortal Kombat TV Games
Aside from all of the differences, Mortal Kombat TV Games has a lot going for it in the good column. The first good thing is that the character sprites fill almost half of the entire screen. When it comes down to the overall look of the game, the larger the character sprites are, the more substantial the game feels, and MKTVGames exudes substance.
will retail for $19.99-$24.99
at all major electronics stores and retailers in March
said that most stores, like Wal-Mart
, will be carrying the 'M for Mature
' rated version of the controller while some smaller retailers have placed a few orders for the 'T for Teen
' rated version. The differences are that the internal ROM setting for blood and fatalities are turned off in the Teen
version. Enjoy our review
, now with videos!
Also, stay tuned as we reveal how you can get a chance to WIN
your very own Mortal Kombat TV Games
unit. That's right, we're giving away our two controllers to two lucky TRMK
readers! Coming Soon!