Summary: The Mortal Kombat series is now merged with the DC Universe. How good was it excecuted? Let's see. You have 24 players to choose from. 12 from the Mortal Kombat and 12 from the DC Universe. Batman, Superman, Scorpion and Sub-Zero and in there. There are two story modes- one for each side. The story mode lets you experience the battle between the two worlds, and each time fight with another character as you move along the story.
Summary: In my opinion, it was quite a disgrace. It's combination of Super Hero's and Warriors from Ancients was quite a futile attempt to bring the past and future together. My thoughts, stick to one theme! Past, or Future!
Summary: This is the best crossover games so far for me, it has a true storyline and tell us how both MK and DC world merge and how they be able to fight each other. It all revealed in nice story mode. Not like the other crossover game which is not make sense at all how the meet and fight. Put aside about the absent gore/brutal in this game because MK is still great game without the blood.
Summary: The product information given was all false. I didn't get the original Collectors' Box with the game and the magazine was missing too. Everything else was stuffed in a single-dvd-only box. The bonus content dvd was in the right place for a dvd in the case and it was not damaged. BUT the game-DVD didn't seem to be working because the scratches on the game disc were so deep! Yes I received an obviously damaged DVD! I wish I had bought a new DVD of the regular edition.
Summary: A traditional game infused with modern technology and complex programming plus various superhero crossovers is enough to make a fighter drool! Highly playable and replayable in that I can play this arcade game nonstop twenty-four seven!