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Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Game Over Online
3 January 2015
Excerpt: Mortal Kombat has never been regarded as a franchise with a lot of depth or flexible strategy. Right from the onset of MK’s hitherto stampede, it has focused on straightforward brawling with an obscene amount of blood and gore thrown in for good measure.
Excerpt: Midway brings us another addition to their Mortal Kombat franchise. As we all well know - the MK franchise has endured some bumpy roads and immensely crappy games, TV shows, comic books and movies over the past decade. After they announced another title to the franchise, I was a bit skeptical.
Pros: Lots of stuff to unlock, Cool new characters, Addictive
Cons: Without the unlockable stuff, this title is merely an average brawler
Excerpt: Game magazine writers, Interent message board denizens, and the residents of Shady Acres Home for Recovering Arcade Junkies generally agree that the best version of Mortal Kombat is, in fact, Mortal Kombat II. Once the shock value of the original Kombat wore off (Ohmygod! Blood!
Excerpt: Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance is the first Mortal Kombat to be designed to go directly to home consoles. That fact has brought about many improvements to the game. There is an extensive Konquest mode, which will be explained shortly as well as a Krypt mode involving purchasing 700+ items using...
Summary: I remember a little game called . Sure its main selling point was the blood and gore that populated the title but underneath it all, it was a pretty decent 2D fighter. While it wasn’t about to dethrone Capcom’s King of the Arcades, , it still managed to find a pretty decent audience, enough to spawn...
Excerpt: Genre: Fighting Publisher: Midway Developer: Midway Release Date: 18-Nov-2002 In the past, with the help of the thunder god known to mortals as Raiden, the forces of Earth realm have fought off the attempted invasions from Shao Kahn’s outworld armies through the tournaments deemed Mortal Kombat.
Conclusion: Doch wie Meister Wilke schon angedeutet hat: Egal, wie schön das Gameplay von Mortal Kombat auch sein mag, grafisch muss man von der Genrereferenz mehr erwarten können. Zwar halte ich die Optik des Midway-Prüglers für immer noch ansprechend und akzeptabel, doch gerade bei den so wichtigen...