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: It's what i would expect form the Mortal Kombat Series of games, that is a good statement btw lol, I think the puzzle game is Hystarical! and Konquest mode was epic in its own way, yes there were alot of frustrations with Konquest, and some things had glitches or just couldn't be done, but it was still great.
Summary: You know, this is actually a pretty fun game! the controls are decent, the graphics are mind blowing, special moves are awesome!... most of them, the controls are decent as always, and different from the last Mortal Kombat game (Mortal Kombat 4) and unlike Mortal Kombat 4, you don't pull out weapons by doing a move, like a special move, just press R1 button twice, speaking of that there are 3 different fighting styles, 2 martial arts, and 1 weapon art, there's also a...
Summary: This is the first Mortal Kombat Fighter game relested only on home systems. It is a blast for any Mortal Kombat fan. The crisp Graphics and intencly deep story line all make for one of the best Mortal Kombats ever.
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.