Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat - Komplete Edition
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Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition
1 May 2013
Excerpt: Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition was originally banned in Australian due to the excessive graphic violence of this fighter. Back then, Australia didn't have an R18+ rating but now, the game has finally been released and even though it is slightly dated, it's still one impressive fighter.
Summary: Will this kombat make your collection komplete?
Pros: The fighting action remains solid and unchanged from last year's game; new characters are certainly fun to play around with; Mortal Kombat movie and soundtrack included, as are all the modes from the first time; extra costumes as well.
Cons: Four characters and 15 skins are all you get extra, for full price; not a wise investment for those who own the original release.
Conclusion: The re-release is just as strong as the original. They jammed the disc full of everything and even chipped in some extras. Even the thing they omitted (the online pass) is a plus. It's just up to you whether it's worth the door charge.
Summary: Hey everybody! Fighting games are back! And you know what that means, right? Semi-sequel "updates" to fighting games are also back! BlazBlue , King of Fighters , Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 , and of course Street Fighter have all seen at least one retail-packaged upgrade since their respective launches (or...
Excerpt: As a gamer, nothing makes me happier than to see old franchises getting revived either in the form of remakes, updates, or all new games that are infused with their old-school heritage. This generation has, so far, been about that.
Conclusion: Com espaço para todos os jogadores, House of Wolves traz um fôlego necessário ao jogo. Além de inserir novos modos de jogos, a expansão consegue tornar o conteúdo já lançado relevante novamente.