Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe
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Value for money 8
24 January 2014
Summary: I have had this for a month now. Injustice gods among us game has great visual graphics with easy button combination to do finishing moves, however story mode does seem very short. As for Mortal Kombat vs DC universe this game seems to diffulcult to play and lets you frustrated playing story mode. But I would recomend Mortal Kombat Komplete edition if your looking for a good fighting game instead.
Summary: this game is pretty boring to me the characters do limited attack moves after awhile I stopped playing it doesnt catch my interest no more not worth even thirty dollars more like $10 sounds about right!
Summary: Mortal Kombat vs DC was ok.. the story line kept my attention but the game seem to lack something.. i guess it was too short.. overall if your big on comic book characters or you dig mortal kombat.. then get this game.. oh i'd also recommend the Kollectors edition..
Summary: This game is a major let down. I hate to say this but it is. There is only 10 people for MK and 10 people for DC making it 20 to choose from. That is not enough at all. The game is boring and the story is too hard for even a gaming nerd like me to beat. Midway, if they don't go under, needs to leave DC and return to making MK games and make the next one have many fighters like MK: Armageddon. They even left out the fun mini games.
Summary: This game could have been so much more. Any game that features a bunch of Justice League heroes is going to get my attention, and when I saw clips and previews of this game, I thought it was going to be fantastic.
Pros: Smooth and detailed graphics. DC characters' moves and abilities are well-done. Power moves are a lot of fun (Superman's are my personal favorites). Lets you fight with some of the coolest super heroes in history.
Cons: Single-player story mode is very short and fairly un-interesting. Dubious and poorly-developed storyline. Voice acting is a bit cheesy and retains the subtle and often unintentionally funny dialogue oddities resulting from the vagaries of language translation--though not nearly as noticeable as, say, Soul Caliber IV. Finishing moves are dumbed-down and have lost much of the panache of the original MK idea. It's hard to swallow the idea that someone like the Joker coul...
Summary: I had doubts were this was going. No M rated fatalities and the inclusion of DC characters. However its still a solid MK fighter and if you enjoy MK and DC comics it should be enjoyable for you. I just hope they dont plan to do this too often in the future and stick with the MK universe.