Summary: I have always been a big Mortal Combat fan right from the beginning. This new version did not let me down at all. There's so much to do in this new version. You get to train with different characters and learn their moves. Once you do so, you earn Koins that will allow you to open up 'Koffins'.
Summary: Mortal Kombat 5:Deadly Alliance is certainly better than 4, GOLD, and the other recent ones that have bascily just been Trilogy all over again with an addition of one or two characters. But On this game, they started from scratch. That is what makes MK5:Deadly Alliance such a good game.
Summary: This is by far the best of the Mortal Kombat series. I have the game on X-Box and I haven't been able to stop playing it. The X-Box version has awsome graphics. I had to buy a different controller though because the standard X-Box controler buttons seemed stiff and the directional pad sucks.
Summary: I loved this game! This is the first Mortal Combat game I bought, and only the third addition to my XBox collection. Instantly playable out of the box, the graphics are amazing, and the sound makes this a thriller. There is nothing bad to be said about any feature in this game.
Summary: I can still remember playing Mortal Kombat back in the early 90's. It was the gateway game for me, this hooked me on arcade and video games. Mortal Kombat IV really made the franchise come to life with 3D graphics and a great fighting system.
Summary: Midway has managed to accomplish something that no other gaming company has managed to do: Create a fighting game that won't bore you to tears after a month. I've had this game for about 3 months and i still haven't unlocked everything.
Summary: Playing Mortal Kobat was practically a right of passage in the nineties, and this x-box version does a pretty good job of updating the game, yet keeping it familiar. The new moves (including weapons) have a fairly easy learning curve and add to the stategy.
Summary: Mortal Kombat is back again for an all new game with familiar elements. The graphics look great and has lush 3-D backdrops, and cool characters. The animation is fluid and the sound effects fit the game perfectly. A host of new characters and old ones return with new fighting styles.
Summary: I must say that I have been a long time fan of the mk series. This version is great I think Midway did the right thing when they got rid of all those peripherial characters and superfluous fatalities, animalities, ect. Frankly I would be happy to figure out one.