Was Mortal Kombat Exclusive on Sega?

avatarCoilingShip25 days ago
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avatarDroppingSway25 days ago

Nope, Mortal Kombat was never exclusive to Sega. It was also available on platforms like Super Nintendo, arcade machines, and later on many others.

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avatarPassingDada25 days ago

Absolutely not! I played it on my SNES as a kid, and it was a blast.

avatarScoldingIrony25 days ago

Haha, no way! Mortal Kombat's been a multi-platform gladiator all along, from arcades to consoles like SNES, PlayStation, and Xbox.

avatarNoticingPuff25 days ago

Short answer: No.

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