Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Mortal Kombat Trilogy is a combination of lot new skills for the characters and a new thing called aggression bar.

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File Name: Mortal Kombat Trilogy (USA).zip
Console/System: N64
Genre: Fighting
Filesize: 10.41MB
Region: USA
Year of release: 1996
Downloads: 90093

Mortal Kombat Trilogy ROM Download for N64

It is a fighting game released in 1996 by Midway for Nintendo 64, Playstation, Sega Saturn and PCs. When Mortal Kombat released in the '90s, it was all the frenzy as it combines the combat and mysterious secrets. It's a re-release of all the Mortal Kombat game in one cartridge. It took the fundamentals of the Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 as it includes the stages and characters from the previous games in the franchise while also being the first game in the series to release entirely on home consoles. Nintendo 64 combines all the Mortal Kombat games into one package and is better at creating smooth animations, whether in two or three dimensions.

Game Plot

In the far east, an order of the wisest men see visions of the dark kingdom known as the Outworld. The ruler of that realm is Shao Kahn. They learn that travel between the Earth and the empire is possible in the right conditions that are the unbalancing of the furies. Wise man appeals to Elder gods about the imminent invasion of the Outworld. Elder Gods creates the tournament: Mortal Kombat. For nine generations Outworld rules over the tournament. The Earth is on the edge of its destruction, but then a new generation of warriors emerges and wins the Mortal Kombat saving the Earth. Outworld then invites the Earth warriors for the second championship in their word. But the tournament is a diversion; a plan by the dark Emperor to reincarnate his queen Sindel on the Earth. This act gives the Emperor the power to walk through the dimensions and enables him to take the Earth. These events are the trilogy which contains Shao Kahn's final attempt to take the Earth.



  1. Aggressor Bar
    The trilogy introduces an aggressor bar, and it fills as the warriors' fight. Once the bar gets filled, the player receives more significant attack and fast movement for a short period. 

  2. Multiple Play Mode
    There is a multiplayer mode which is quite fun. In addition to the one-on-one fighting, there is also two-on-two and eight-player tournament mode. There is an addition of three-on-three battle. The players can fight one-on-one, or two players can have teams of two or three characters and battle it out against each other.

  3. Controls 
    The controls are easy. Control pad can move the character, jump and crouch. The A, B, and C buttons on the controllers allows you to kick and punch and perform all fighting moves. You can sprint with the R button and with the L button can block the opponents' attacks.

  4. Combat 
    There is an addition of many new combat actions. Each character has unique abilities and projectiles. It's possible to combine many combos, and it allows for some wild fighting action.

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