Summary: Mortal Kombat is an extremely awesome fighting series, and it was pretty nice to know that it was ported to Nintendo's most best selling handheld. Ultimate Mortal Kombat for DS is good, just not as good as we all expected.
Summary: This game is basiclly a remake of MK 3 but on DS with the puzzle combat mode then its basiclly tetris but with MK style , the gameplay of the game is alright but for me to play with the DS pad was not so good on everything and controls are simple wich is good , the arcade mode is here and its...
Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
9 January 2013
Summary: Mortal Kombat was no stranger to portable handheld conversions, but unfortunately, those versions of the Mortal Kombat games usually turn out to be pretty crappy. Every once and a while, there would be a good Mortal Kombat on the go.
Summary: This is as close as you're gonna get to playing Ultimate MK3 on a handheld. This title might ward off casual players due to the CPU increasing its difficulty after a few fights. It can be a bit irritating but not so much that you'll hate the game.
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Summary: The best part about this game for the Nintendo DS is the recreation of UMK3 from the arcade machine. The puzzle one sucked, so that's why I like UMK3 a lot better. Plus, the puzzle one could have been dropped to make room for Raiden, Baraka, Noob Saibot replacing masked Sub-Zero, Rain, Johnny Cage,...
Summary: Ultimate Mortal Kombat marks the debut of Midway's flagship fighting series on the DS, and is by far the best portable excursion the Mortal Kombat series has seen yet. Ultimate Mortal Kombat consists of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Puzzle Kombat, which you may remember as a little bonus mini-game...
Summary: I have literally grown up with mortal kombat. I can remember when I was just a little kid playing mortal kombat on my sega genesis and in the arcades. Like many others UMK3 is probably my favorite of all the MK games so when I heard about this port I was excited.