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15Best: Mortal Kombat 3 (1995)

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As every gamer knows, the first Mortal Kombat and its sequel were so incredible for their time that it set a turning point in video games history. Given this situation, the greatness of Mortal Kombat 3 was in the fact that it represented the first revolution in the franchise, thanks to

several improvements that ended up enhancing players experience.

These improvements included new features like the ability to chain combos together, which gave the players a new way of achieving victory in an instant. Also, a run button was added in order to allow offensive players to close the distance with its rivals, opening a new era in which gamers had to play the game differently.

Although it had an excellent speed, new interesting characters, and even had more detailed environments, the biggest issue with Mortal Kombat 3 is that legendary characters like Kitana or Scorpion aren't in this game, which received a lot of criticism from many fans. Despite this problem, this piece remains a classic.

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