The Sega CD port of Mortal Kombat was developed by Probe Software and published by Arena Entertainment (in North America and Europe) and by Acclaim Japan for the Japanese market in 1994. The original arcade game was developed by Midway and released in 1992.
Liu Kang playthrough
Liu Kang is introduced as a member of the Super Secret White Lotus Society. However, he leaves the organization in order to represent the Shaolin temples in the tournament. He is aware of Shang Tsung’s treachery and corruption and has strong belief over his will to stop him.
Liu Kang has two fast special moves. His projectile is a fast fireball and his second move is his Flying Kick. The latter move consists of launching toward his opponent with a jump kick. However, Kang is vulnerable if blocked.
Liu Kang is one of the few characters that doesn’t have an alternate fatality. He keeps his cartwheel super uppercut from the arcade original, but it won’t knock the opponent at the bottom of the pit if blood mode isn’t set to on.
Kang is very fast, but he doesn’t have the air priority that most characters have. His fireball and his Flying Kick will be his main weapons. He can occasionally chain the two moves together if he hit his opponent with his fireball while they are in the air. The CPU also seems to have difficulty to avoid the projectile and will get hit.
TAS tools were used in this playthrough.