Mortal Kombat 3 is a fighting video game developed by Midway Games and first released into arcades in 1995 as the third game in the Mortal Kombat series.
No story, but it does deserve some credit for not making a whole new story to follow. They keep the same battles with a few more people and they have their own story of how they got there and why they are there. Nothing else really matters just go out and kick some butt.
Mortal Kombat games are by far one of the best series of fighting games ever. In most fighting games you learn a couple of techniques and beat the enemy. In this game, you can learn huge combos and when you get to the end of the battle you can perform a fatality and just devastate the enemy. The fatalities are the best part of the battle, because after you beat the enemy to a pulp, then you get to perform an excellent killing machine move. There are more than fatalities in this game. They added more silly moves to make it seem goofy. Such as the banality where you can turn them into a baby and they do something stupid. Animality is where you can turn into an animal, and eat them or throw their bodies around. A few of the new additions to this game, very nice.
MK III mixes up the formula by introducing the combo system and speeding up the game. In MK II you could make your own combos with crazy juggles and abuse of special moves. That was a really fun formula, but this time around you must learn the new preset combos. If you don’t the computer or a seasoned veteran will devastate you. This combined with the increased speed of the game makes it very unforgiving. The first two MK games were very accessible but yet could offer more to the seasoned veteran if wanted. In MK III that is true no longer which is probably, it failed in the arcades. On top of that MK III introduces several new characters, but most of them are forgettable except for Cyrax. But then takes away several fan favorites, including the most popular of the entire series, Scorpion.