Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
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Average Arcade Fighter
30 July 2008
Summary: Mortal Kombat- Deadly Alliance Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance is the fifth installment in the main Mortal Kombat series. This would be the first game to appear on the PS2, X-Box, and Gamecube so they needed a bang to ensure the continued success of the series.
Summary: I've been playing this game since its release and while it was entertaining at first its flaws become a catalyst for frustration. Its problems are as follows: Hit detection--this happens more with sweeping low attacks which simply do not register or the times when you attack low and the computer...
Summary: Warning about this game, I've come to believe that there is a programming error in this title. I work a GameStop, in VA, and when this game came out in Nov 02, I picked it up and played well into the night.
Summary: This game looked great. Three fighting styles, decent graphics, a few new characters, and a good combo system, but it's weaknesses made for an overall disapointing game. I like a game that's not afraid to show some blood, but this is just silly.
Mortal Kombat - good, but could have been so much better
AvangionQ "AvangionQ", Amazon
12 February 2003
Summary: The Mortal Kombat series is a video game legend that should not be taken lightly. Unfortunately, the XBox version of this game is good, but it could have been so much better. And for a game legacy such as this, good just isn't enough to meet the expectations of fans.
Summary: I guess I'm getting a little old and burnt out on the fighting game genre. Don't get me wrong, Deadly Alliance is a great fighting game, the best I've ever played. It has intricate interesting characters, unbelievably cool combat moves, detailed backgrounds and good quality sound.
While it's a huge step up over it's predecessor, MKDA is still far from perfect
27 March 2007
Excerpt: For a while, it looked as though Midway's Mortal Kombat franchise was dead and buried, a Fatality of lame sequels and horrendous spin-offs. The 3-Hit combo of the Mortal Kombat Annihilation movie, coupled with the poorly recieved games Mortal Kombat 4 and Mortal Kombat Special Forces for PlayStation...
Summary: In first place, I must say that i've always been a fan of fighting games and, therefore, of MK. The first one was excellent, a true revolution in it's area. The second one was also good, but from there on, Midway seemed to be forgetting something.