Summary: Not my favorite. While the graphics continue to get better with each game, I found myself bored with his game. I will say it's initial appeal was to see both worlds combined. However, the combos are hard to remember compared to other MK games.
Summary: Got this cause I love Mortal Kombat, and I love DC and thought that it'd be a lot of fun, but Oh, MY, GOD how irritating it is! The gameplay is so frustrating that I couldn't really enjoy it. Screw this game, instead, go buy the newest Mortal Kombat game! That game ROCKS!!!
Summary: For such a title as Mortal Kombat versus DC Universe, I expected an awesome fighting game. But I got this. I mean, it could be worse. But for the most part I did not really like it. I did not like first of all, the fighting environments. For the most part they are just really plain and boring. Also, running through walls and jumping off buildings I thought was stupid and should not be a part of the game.
Summary: I got this game after playing the new mortal kombat (2011) and expected so much from it. It looked like such a cool concept and a lot of fun. However, you should never judge a book by its cover. When i think of Mortal Kombat i think of deadly combos and killer fatalities, however this game was boring at best. The visuals were flimsy and none of the character, (other than scorpion and radian) looked bad ass.
Summary: In fact, MORTAL KOMBAT 1 was successful because it was a new idea about finishing and fighting style is different from the others also a way of photography in the play was different and new idea Then came the MORTAL KOMBAT 2 added that more movements and achieved a great success Then after that MORTAL KOMBAT 3 began to come down up to this part because they did not try to add some new style than ever before.
Summary: After playing MK: Armageddon, I expected this to be about like that but with Batman. It isn't a carbon copy, but its about equivalent. Not similar, equivalent, in that neither is markedly better and the gimmicks of both are the same way. I missed the character creation from Armageddon, but I made Batman and The Joker in it anyway, so it works out, I guess. They're about the only DC characters I cared about.