Just a few days ago Warner gave us long teeth with the announcement of the arrival of a reboot Of the first Mortal Kombat, the original game from 1992 that took arcades by storm and that a year later made the leap to 16-bit consoles. A title that many have in their memory as one of the best fights they have ever enjoyed.
The cast of stars, is it back?
The fact is that that success of the early 90s managed to get a good part of its fighters directly into the Olympus of fighting games, hobnobbing with the stars of the time who were none other than the roster of that Street Fighter II that had put SNES on the map and Capcom at the top of the market. So what Midway achieved at that time was of extraordinary merit.
However, in the last hours there has been information about this Mortal Kombat 1 that it will arrive on September 19 and that has aroused all kinds of speculation. It will be a remake of the first title or will it be deeper? Well, to this we must answer that we find ourselves before a reboot, which means that it will take what is fair from the original title to establish a new universe of both fighters and possible events and lore related.
That yes, if it seems to you, we are going to remember the old roster of the first Mortal Kombat from 1992: who were those fighters who made us have such a good time? Well look:
- Goro (sub-boss)
- johnny cage
- Liu Kang
- Reptile (hidden fighter)
- Sonya Blade
- sub zero
- Shang Tsung (final boss)
What fighters have not been confirmed?
Given the previous roster of the original game for arcades and 16-bit consoles, it is logical to think that many fans are wondering which of them we may not see, so here you have the list of those that are confirmed at this time (which does not mean that in the future the thing will expand). Of course, we will focus on the original roster so we will indicate with asterisks the names of other fighters Mortal Kombat
- which were not the first of 1992.
- Liu Kang
- * Kung Lao
- sub zero
- * Kitana
- shang tsung
johnny cage So we are missing Kano, Reptile and Sonya Blade to complete the roster of original fighters Of the firstMortal Komba
t, a game that was so violent for its time that it was responsible for the fact that in markets like the US it was forced from that moment to indicate the recommended age on video game boxes and that came to monopolize debates in Congress itself where the most radical senators came to request a ban on its sale. So you know, until further notice, neither Kano, nor Sonya nor Reptile are confirmed by those responsible for Warner that, between now and September, they will surely be dosing the information on everything that will have a Mortal Kombat 1 that has awakened a good amount ofhype . Do you not want to see what they have done with thisreboot