Reviews and Problems with Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
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Good game, unplayable on xbox 360
Daniel Maldonado, Amazon
30 May 2015
Summary: DOES NOT WORK ON ALL XBOX 360's... Its a good game. I remember playing it a lot a long time ago, luckily a used copy is cheap, but useless if you own a 360, you need a original Xbox to play this game
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.
Shows where the first installment is always the best
1 April 2007
Summary: Deadly Alliance was the first new outing for Midway with sixth generation systems PS2 and Xbox. The game adds new features to the Mortal Kombat franchise and has a ton of replay value with loads of extras including unlockable secret characters, bonus art, and the groundbreaking Konquest mode.
Summary: Yeah, I know. Scary concept. I got this baby in an attempt to make sense of Deception. And let me tell you, it is everything that Mortal Kombat: Deception is. Maybe a little more here and a little less there, but it is pretty equal in all resepcts.
Summary: I feel like a party pooper here, with all the great reviews being wrote, but I need to add my opinion to help others who may have a similar taste in fighting games i have. First off, I have never been a 'major' mortal kombat fan, I however have felt it to be one of the best series out there.
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.
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.