Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition

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Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition
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Basic Information
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Video Game
Midway Games
Midway Games
Mortal Kombat
Fighting
Game Boy Advance
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Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition
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Game Boy Advance
August 252003
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Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition is the second of two Game Boy Advance ports of Deadly Alliance. Although they featured 2D sprites, these were the first Mortal Kombat titles on a handheld game console that had 3D style gameplay. The original character roster of Deadly Alliance was split for the two GBA titles:

Tournament Edition builds on the story of Deadly Alliance by including three extra characters that were not in the original versions. These were Sektor, Noob Saibot and Sareena. Sektor and Noob Saibot appeared as palette-swaps of Cyrax and Scorpion respectively, while Sareena returns from non-fighting game Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub Zero. Tournament Edition is the first, and only Mortal Kombat that does not feature Sub Zero in any form. Noob Saibot, the original Sub Zero, is playable, however.

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