Let’s Play Mortal Kombat II

Wow, it’s been WAY too long since I last played the Mortal Kombat series! The original Mortal Kombat was one of the very first ten games I ever completed on Croakitoad, so this was a long time coming for sure! This game is certainly super hard too, and way harder than the original game. In this run, I showcased how to be able to beat the game for the majority of the run utilizing Jax’s gotcha backbreaker midair move through most of the regular combatants. When you get to the Kintaro fight, you utilize a cheese strat with punching, and then Shao Kahn you can just use low kick on over and over again. It certainly works on this version of the game, but not sure if this actually works on the classic SNES or Genesis versions of the game. Either way, if you are looking for a somewhat easy way of getting through the game, check this playthrough out and figure it out for yourself! This was done on the Steam/PC version of the Mortal Kombat Kollection.


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