Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe
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2 September 2013
Summary: Anybody who has even glanced at From Dust can tell you that it is unique. Describing it in simple terms is quite difficult indeed, which is strangely ironic, for the game is, itself, deceptively simple.
Excerpt: There's little to differentiate the masked men of From Dust as they scurry around the world, looking for sanctuary among the forces of nature. Take part in their salvation by becoming the Breath, a force capable of inhaling and exhaling the very earth itself, and later lava, water, and more.
Conclusion: We love MK vs. DC despite the fact that it’s uncomplicated stuff, lacking the refinement of other examples in the genre. Yet as a no-nonsense punch in the face, MK vs. DC fits the bill perfectly.
Conclusion: Still, From Dust really is an experience you need to have. There are plenty of levels, a challenge mode to tackle, and lots of secrets to find. Plus, you haven't really ever played anything like this before.
Excerpt: In many ways playing MKVSDCU is like watching an episode of Celebrity Big Brother. It's the video game version of car crash TV - the coming together of such differing personalities and brand images that you can't help but sit back, enjoy the carnage, and have a lot of fun. Sub Zero versus Superman?