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Mortal Kombat 3
4/1/1995
Playable Character
Unavailable in Tiger LCD, GameBoy, Game Gear, and Master System versions.
Ed Boon (Voice Actor)
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
9/1/1996
Playable Character
Unavailable in R-Zone, Game.com, and Tiger LCD versions.
Ed Boon (Voice Actor)
Mortal Kombat Advance
1/1/1999
Playable Character
Portrayed by Ho Sung Pak, Ed Boon
Mortal Kombat: Deception
10/4/2004
Hidden Character
Unlockable via Konquest Mode.
Ed Boon (Voice Actor)
Mortal Kombat X
04/14/2015
Playable Character
Portrayed by Tom Choi, Ed Boon
Mortal Kombat 11

Playable Character
Portrayed by Matthew Yang King
Did you know?

Cabinet Absence
In lieu of Daniel Pesina (Johnny Cage's actor) fallout, the Mortal Kombat cabinet Liu Kang drops in game is missing one character who appears on it in real life.
Liu Skywalker
In an analogy to Luke Skywalker of Star Wars, Ed Boon said to make a Mortal Kombat without Liu Kang just wouldn't be right. Ironically, the first Mortal Kombat game made entirely by Boon's direction was the only one to date without Liu Kang in the cast.
Flying Kick Technique
Originally taught to him by Bo Rai Cho, Liu Kang used this technique to defeat Shang Tsung at the conclusion of the first Mortal Kombat tournament.

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