Mortal Kombat Trilogy (Playstation) – Rayden

The Playstation version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy was developed and published by Midway Games (in North America and Europe) in 1996 for the North American and European market and in 1998 for the Japanese market.

Rayden playthrough

Rayden is a tweaked version of his Mortal Kombat 2 incarnation, keeping the same sprite he had. In order to fit MKT, he gained news animations for running and for specific fatality performed on him. He also gained a few combo, an Animality and a Brutality. Both of his fatalities were altered to use MK3’s anatomy instead of MK2.

Along with his set of special moves, he can now perform a Reverse Lighting Toss, which will wrap around the screen and hit the opponent from behind. This causes his opponent to be pushed toward him, creating combo possibilities. Generally speaking, all his basic move has more range than most regular character dues to keeping a size similar the character in MK2. Rayden’s best edition is two devastating combos, one causing a juggle opportunity and one ending with his Torpedo technique. Both of them cause at least 45% damage if started with a jump punch or neutral jump kick. He also has a kick combo to push opponent away.

Against the CPU, Rayden can easily destroy them with his previously mentioned combo. If you try to throw a Reverse Lighting Toss, the CPU will mostly try to counter you, but will get hit by the projectile if you have done it very fast. If you perform a Torpedo and the opponent

TAS tools were used in this playthrough.

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