Summary: Mortal Kombat in general is an excellent violent game! I remember playing the arcade version and believe me future games are more violent then the original! Even this game is kick-ass violent but who cares because I've played the original when I was a kid and didn't turn me into a psychopath!
Summary: Well, my mom got this for me, I needed 360 and she didnt know there was a difference. I paid so little for it and didn't want to hassle w/ the return, I took it to a local game store and upgraded for just a few dollars more. Completely satisfied. Mortal Kombat has always been one of my all time favorites. I remember when it came out for the first time.
Summary: The game is great, but we can't play it because when we purchased it, we were under the assumption that it was XBox 360 as it was listed with the XBox 360 games. It isn't, so we can't play it.
Summary: It's pretty fun, it has nice graphics and I like all the special moves and combos that you can do. The only draw back is that there are locked characters you can't play unless you play the single player game.
Summary: Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance is definitely in my top 5 'Best MK Games Ever' List. Thre is a ton of old characters (Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Sonya, Jax, Kano, Raiden) and a few new ones (Blind swordsman Kenshi, evil oni Drahmin and the vampire Nitara). The Arcade mode is as good as ever, fight a string of fighters, fight the sub-boss ( The Oni Moloch) and the the boss(s) (Shang Tsung, Quan Chi) After them you can see your characters ending, which is a video that tells what...