Release Date: November 13, 2006
ESRB Rating: Mature (Blood and Gore, and Violence)
Notes: Was titled as "Mortal Kombat Deception" and then "Mortal Kombat Deception: Unchained" before the final title was picked.
Missing Characters: None
Backgrounds: 19 (Acid Bath, Beetle Lair, Chamber of Artifacts, Dark Prison, Dragon King's Temple, Dragon Mountain, Golden Desert, Hell's Foundry, Kuatan Palace, Lower Mines, Living Forest, Nethership Interior, Nexus, Quan Chi's Fortress, Sky Temple, Slaughterhouse, The Falling Cliffs, and Yin Yang Island)
Finishing Moves: 2 Fatalities and 1 Hara-Kiri per character.
Options: Arcade Mode, Konquest mode, Chess Kombat, Puzzle Kombat, wi-fi wireless support, and an all new Endurance Mode.
Secret Characters: All 30 characters are unlocked at the Start.
Kombat Kodes: None
Code to play as Boss: None
Random Backgrounds: ?
Character Fighting Order: ?
MK Unchained is essentially a buffed up and tweaked down version of Mortal Kombat Deception that appeared on the console systems. What is different this time around? They have added the exclusive characters from the GameCube version, Goro and Shao Kahn, as well as adding Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance characters, Blaze, Kitana, Frost and Jax. Some arenas were unfortunately cut (Liu Kang's Tomb, The Dead Pool, Courtyard and Portal), but an all New Endurance Mode has been added. In addition, according to the official Mortal Kombat Unchained website, The Acid Bath stage from Deadly Alliance makes a return.
These characters are just the exclusive characters to this game. For more information on the other Unchained characters, please visit Here.