Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
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PLAY THIS GAME WHILE BLASTING DEATH METAL!
Alex Hargrove, Amazon
4 May 2014
Summary: fun but gets old after a while (this coming from the guy who has 5 different version of mortal kombat lol). just buy it. at the end of a hard day when you don't want to think about any thing or get too involved in gameplay, pop this bad boy in and unleash the aggression. win or lose, you feel better after. its like rage caging in digital form. one of the best version of this game. the onscreen move lists are great. graphics are amazing (for ps2).
Summary: 1997-2002 was a real crossroads for Mortal Kombat either the 5th inslallment was going to turn Mortal Kombat into a 2nd rate fighting game series that's just novelty games or it had to be a turning point where it could compete & be successful. Mortal Kombat V Deadly Alliance came out in 2002 the 1st Mortal Kombat game not to be in arcades.
Summary: I recently purchased this game and have found it to be extremely addictive. Each fighter has its own unique fighting style and cool combination of moves which make the game not only fun but challenging. The higher up you go is the more difficult it gets and the quicker and more accurate your skills need to be. You find yourself not wanting to put down the controls so that you can get to the next level.
Summary: Since its debut in the early 90's, Mortal Kombat has been famous for its large arsenal of intriguing characters and the rich, immerse background each one has, as well as being infamous for the blood that flies out of your opponent after simply punching them in the arm. With each new game, new characters have been introduced, but the main objective has always been the same: kill everyone until you get to the boss, then kill him, too.
Summary: Undoubtadly the best and most innovative Mortal Kombat game since Mortal Kombat 2, Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance takes the long running fighting franchise to new heights. Unlike the pseudo-3-D Mortal Kombat 4, Deadly Alliance is the real deal: filled with lush backgrounds, realistic looking fighters, and buckets of blood, Deadly Alliance is the technological breakthrough that fans of the series have waited years for.