Summary: Overall a fun game but there are a few issues that keep it from being really great. My first complaint is that you can only play story mode once. If you ever want to play it again you have to wipe out all your game data and start over.
Summary: I feel like Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe wants to be a great game, but instead its only an okay game. It brings some good ideas to the Mortal Kombat franchise, such and Free Fall Kombat and Close Kombat but it falls flat after the first time you experience them.
Summary: Despite being a T game that necessarily has to censor extreme blood and gore, this is an excellent fighter with a healthy roster of favorites from each side and a bunch of nice little touches that make it special.
Summary: There is nothing wrong with the video game itself. It is in great condition and works perfectly. However compared to the newer version of Mortal Kombat it seems pretty slow when doing the motions you comand and the quality is just not as good.
Summary: If you like just about any of the other versions of Mortal Konbat, get ready, because this is exactly like them. Just take some of the characters and put new costumes on them. Although kind of fun to play as your favorite super hero, but we all know Scorpion is the best in the end, or is he?
Summary: Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe is overall, under-achieved, mainly due to its imbalanced censorship and lack of innovation. However, it should still make for a damn good time amongst comic book fan boys. Pros: Fantastic visuals; best controls in a MK game; variety of MK and DC characters and moves.