Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
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Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
2 June 2012
Excerpt: How many console generations have seen this license by now? After a short presentation by Midway themselves in Breda, about a year ago, we can now check it out ourselves. Does it live up to the marketing talk? Is this the best Mortal Kombat yet?
Excerpt: Mortal Kombat: Armageddon features every MK character ever conceived, resulting in a total of sixty characters. This was a rather ambitious undertaking for Ed Boon and his team, but also before the series moves onto the next generation it’s a rather fitting swansong for the franchise on current...
Conclusion: Mortal Kombat: Armageddon is without a doubt the best MK experience to date. From the extensive roster, to the immersive environments, to even the in-depth Konquest mode, die-hard Mortal Kombat fans will have something to drool over.
Excerpt: Having had my allowance eaten up every week by the original Mortal Kombat in 92 - which was ironically paid to me by my mother in the form of 20 quarters - the series has become a guilty pleasure of mine, right up there with Diet Coke, Twinkies, and cheesy sci-fi novels.
Excerpt: I’ve been a fan of Mortal Kombat for quite some time. When I heard they were making another game I was excited. When I heard that it would include every fighter in the MK universe I was ecstatic.
Engaging but extremely gory fight game for mature players.
Common Sense Media
6 October 2007
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is part of the Mortal Kombat series, one of the most controversial franchises in video game history. As with its predecessors, this is extremely gory, allowing you to rip opponents' heads off, break their backs, impale them on spikes, and so on.
Excerpt: The Mortal Kombat series needs no introduction. There are a plethora of fan-based websites for the game. There are also plenty of political figureheads that were against the game from its inception.