An Oral History of ‘Mortal Kombat’ #Entrepreneur @MondoPlayer [Video]

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If Mortal Kombat had followed its original trajectory, it would exist in a paltry 200 arcade cabinets, collecting dust in hipster arcade bars scattered across the Midwest. It was intended to be a small Street Fighter II clone with Jean-Claude Van Damme as its major selling point. But Mortal...

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If Mortal Kombat had followed its original trajectory, it would exist in a paltry 200 arcade cabinets, collecting dust in hipster arcade bars scattered across the Midwest. It was intended to be a small Street Fighter II clone with Jean-Claude Van Damme as its major selling point. But Mortal Kombat quickly became larger than life, thanks to a small group of friends who let …