Motal Combat Animation, Mo-Cap, & Acting

By pshelso
  • Motal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat is a 1992 fighting-game developed and published by Midway for arcades. Players select one of seven characters. Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and SNES were the home console ports, while handheld console ports were released for Game Boy and Game Gear. Both the IBM PC version and MS-DOS are the most faithful ports of the arcade version in terms of graphics and gameplay.
  • Mortal Kombat 2

    Mortal Kombat II is a competitive fighting game originally produced by Midway Games for the arcades in 1993. The Sega Mega Drive/Genesis version had all of the characters' shadows rendered as an oval instead of the normal silhouette and, because of memory limitations, some voice recordings were left out. Nintendo NES system used Super Nintendo's Mode 7, a graphics mode that allows the scaling and rotation of a single background. MKII also included five new characters.
  • Mortal Kombat 3

    Mortal Kombat 3 is a fighting game developed by Midway and released in 1995, first as an arcade game. To fit on the Game Boy major sacrifices had to be made, However, the graphics are superb for a Game Boy title, with smoother animation and greater attention to detail on the fighters than the older MK titles for Game Boy. Some of the returning characters from the previous games in Mortal Kombat 3 were actually portrayed by new actors, since their original portrayers left Midway due to royalties.
  • Mortal Kombat 4

    Mortal Kombat 4 is the first title from the series to use 3D computer graphics as well as one of the first games that Midway made in 3D. The Game Boy Color was still 2D unlike the other consoles. However, the graphics for the port were above average for a Game Boy fighting title. Eight new characters were introduced in MK4.
  • Mortal Kombat Gold

    The Dreamcast version, titled Mortal Kombat Gold, retained the character roster from the previous versions of Mortal Kombat 4, along with six additional characters from previous Mortal Kombat games. Despite having the truest-to-arcade graphics of all the home versions of Mortal Kombat 4, Mortal Kombat Gold did not receive high marks for visual quality.
  • Mortal Kombat

    Mortal Kombat (commonly known as Mortal Kombat 2011 or Mortal Kombat 9) is a 2D fighting game with 3D graphics (2.5D). The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems. There was a focus on including characters from the first three MK games. The change from a 3D styled gameplay to 2D gameplay was advantageous for Mortal Kombat, as it increased graphical detail for characters, arenas[13] and improvements in gameplay speed.