Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat - Komplete Edition
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Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition
2 September 2013
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: 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.
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.
Summary: Mortal Kombat geldt absoluut als een klassieker. In de tijd van de 2d fighting games was de serie zelfs enorm progressief wat betreft gameplay. Helaas heeft de intrede van 3d graphics de serie van weleer geen goed gedaan.