Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection News/Updates Thread



Iconic Arcade Games Will be Available on PSN, XBLA, and on Windows PC

Burbank, Calif. – May 12, 2011 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announces Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection for PlayStation®Network, Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and Windows PC. For the first time ever, the original Mortal Kombat arcade trilogy - Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 - have been brought together into a single collection which will be available for download in late summer 2011.

“We are very excited to finally have the first three Mortal Kombat games available in one download package for long-time and new fans to play,” said Ed Boon, Creative Director, NetherRealm Studios. “With the release of our 2011 Mortal Kombat, and its return to 2D game play, players have been asking for these classic titles and we are happy to deliver them.”

Developed by Other Ocean in conjunction with NetherRealm studios, the Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection will offer fans the chance to play through the games in their original arcade state and rediscover all their favorite characters, fatalities and environments as well as relive some of the franchise’s most memorable secrets. In addition, this new collection will feature online play, leaderboards, achievements and trophies.

An arcade-perfect port, the Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection brings players their favorite Mortal Kombat arcade classics for $9.99 on PlayStation Network or 800 Microsoft Points, to put it in arcade terms - 40 quarters ($10).

To help players create an arcade experience at home, GameStop will exclusively offer a limited run of the new Mortal Kombat™ Klassic Fight Sticks designed and manufactured by Performance Designed Products (“PDP”), creators of the sold-out Mortal Kombat Tournament Edition Fight Sticks, bundled with a code to download Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection. Both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the Mortal Kombat™ Klassic Fight Sticks are available for pre-order now for $129.99 at

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About NetherRealm Studios
NetherRealm Studios, wholly owned by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, is a leader in the development of interactive entertainment as the creator of the billion dollar Mortal Kombat franchise. Mortal Kombat has spawned two theatrical films, multiple television series, and has sold over 28 million games to date. Located in Chicago, Illinois the award-winning NetherRealm team has been working and creating games together since 1992. Additional information about NetherRealm Studios can be found at

About Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, is a premier worldwide publisher, developer, licensor and distributor of entertainment content for the interactive space across all current and future platforms, including console, handheld and PC-based gaming for both internal and third party game titles.

About PDP
Performance Designed Products LLC, a Lynn Tilton company, is an industry leader in designing and manufacturing products for all major video game platforms including the Sony PS2, PS3, PSP, Nintendo DS and Wii, and Microsoft Xbox 360, as well as a line of accessories for the Apple iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

About Other Ocean Interactive
Founded in 2006, Other Ocean specializes in developing original and licensed IP for all platforms. It has development studios in Prince Edward Island, Canada; Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada and Emeryville, California. For more information, please visit:

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

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Props to KornKombat for this find on his Twitter. Click the link below to see all the achievements you can unlock in MKAK when it is released later this summer!!

Click here for the Achievements list:


Footage from Comic Con, only known actual running footage around

Youtube version:


MK Arcade Kollection + Street Fighter 3rd Strike: OE = Take my money NOW.

Too bad they’re so vague with release dates. “SUMMER 2011” It’s summer…where is it?


inorite? :coffee:

My guess is early to mid September.


September… here’s to me fixing my YLOD by then, even though I’ll have to pay someone else to do it, so I won’t have $$$ for MK/3S


get MKAK on PC :wink:


Just paid off my 2 retro PDP MK sticks w/ MKAK download codes. :coffee:


Definitely on this when it comes out, but I don’t think I’ll waste money on the PDP stick… haven’t heard very good things about it, and I’d probably just be better off dual-modding my PS3 MadCatz TE.


why did they put in umk3 instead of mkt :frowning:

just my opinion

  1. “Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection”
  2. MKT is broken as fuck.


ok the arcade part i didnt think bout that

but broken?

mk3/umk3/mkt all had there own little things that where different but your saying it is broke? explain?
are you talking bout it being broke because of uppercut recovery code? mk3 and umk3 had it?


I’m going to assume that Lost Fragment is referring to Noob Saibot being god-tier in MKT.

  1. UMk3 is the finished version of the MK3 engine. MK3 isnt a game. It was just a start.

  2. yes, the first incarnations of MK3 were broken. Unmasked Sub-Zero was terribly, awfully broke.

  3. UMK3 has its issues, but its still the best MK, and its not broken.

  4. MKT is a bad console port, not even entirely done by the actual MK team. It was not tested, and it just smashed into a wall broken.

  5. Noob is the most broken in MKT, but Rain, MK1 & MK2 versions of Jax, Kung Lao, Kano & Raiden, along with bosses and others, are very fucked up.

As great as UMK3 is, MKT is just that bad. Fun? sure. But i fucking hate it with a passion. More so because of what it was supposed to be, and what it was not.

Now take the idea of the unfinished MK HD Kollection and just remake MKT instead - refilmed, 100% rebuilt from the ground up - Fuck yes.


goro/kintaro is godlike. :smiley:

still when i was a child i used to play so much mkt on ps1 and mk3 on snes

thats why id rather have em them umk3.

also i wonder why they didnt put in mk4? would be sweet to have 1-4.

also since umk3 was taken off xbox live i can understand why it would be put in.


Believe me when i tell you UMK3 is SOOOOO much better than MK3. its not even close.

MK4 Arcade Revision 3.0 has never ever been fully emulated. Partially, but due to the weird hardware the game was built on,
it was never done and the ports - N64, PS1 & PC - N64 being the best…seriously…just never played as good as the arcade revision 3.0.
MK Gold was to MK4 as MKT is to UMK3 - More characters, more arenas, more broken, stupid shit.


I definitely think MK4 would have been a much better addition than MK1. MK1 is pretty bad (is Sonya’s Leg Throw infi still in?)


yes, its there, but she is “banned” LOL but seriously, MK4 should be in there, especially since its an Arcade Kollection. MK1 is alllll nostalgia. Playing it is very archaic, especially in a serious manner imo.


I’m actually really excited for this. I love some UMK3 and I’m also interested in playing MK1 and MK2 online against people who take fighting games seriously. I am guessing this has been in the works for a while seeing as they took UMK3 off of the XBLA a WHILE ago.


Welcome back to where it all began!

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announces the Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection will officially be available for download in the United States on August 30, 2011. Launching on PlayStation®Network for $9.99, this will mark the first time the original Mortal Kombat arcade trilogy - Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 - have been brought together in a single collection. On the next day, August 31, 2011, the game will also be available globally for PSN, for Xbox Live (800 MS Points) and PC ($9.99).

Developed by Other Ocean in conjunction with NetherRealm studios, the Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection will feature online play, leader boards, achievements and trophies, as well as offering fans the chance to play through the games in their original arcade state.

For more information about Mortal Kombat, please visit and find us on Facebook at or on Twitter @MK_Mortalkombat