Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks
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Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks
13 March 2006
Conclusion: Mediocrity meets Mortal Kombat - again. This game sounds more fun than you can actually have. It's just too simplistinc and unbalanced to be anything other than a mindless throwaway title. The levels are ver similar and the game world never really opens up leaving yo on a linear path to the end pulling off the same combo over and over again with the same fatalities that looked a bit rubbish the first time.
Excerpt: I found this game great, despite being made several years back. I found the storyline exhilarating including many of the original characters. If you enjoy Mortal Kombat games, I would highly recommend buying this. If you have played others in the series of Mortal Kombat you would be pleasantly surprised by the diversity between the story lines. I found that the multi-directional fighting was a great asset to the already brilliant game.
Overall, a great game with puzzles and fighting mixed in
20 February 2010
Excerpt: This game for the PS2 finds a way to tie togther alot of the loose ends from the Mortal Kombat series by going back towards the beginning. The events in this game take place between Mortal Kombat I and II. The game lets you select from Liu Kang or Kung Lao. It starts right after Shang Tsungs is defeated in the first tournament. The idea of aim of this game is that you must battle your way through the events of Mortal Kombat II in an action/adventure style.
I loved playing Mortal Kombat and can play the Motor Kombat section again and again.
16 July 2009
Excerpt: I thought it'd be quite good to write this review from the female perspective. My partner bought a PS2 which I bought the Shaolin Monks game for. I had seen both the Mortal Kombat TV programmes and films before playing the game. The game was very similar to the programmes I had seen. The Shaolin Monks quest centres around Liu Kang and Kung Lao, two heroes from the Mortal Kombat series.