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: 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...
Summary: Mortal Kombat has always been a favourite of mine since I had my Sega Genesis, and always loved to play the new ones in the arcades.(mk1 mk2 mk3 mk4) And Mortal Kombat Deadily Alliance is a must have for fans. Sure the game is outdated, but it handles just like Mortal Kombat V.S. DC universe game for 360 and PS3. The Konquest mode is a little boring, more of a repeating training then anything else but it helps you unlock more characters.
Summary: There's a reason why it says; "PLATINUM HITS" on the cover, and your not going to find it saying that on any other MK game either. This game was well thought out and the story was well planned. It actually had a plot to it. The combo moves were great in it, the weapons were a good idea, all the characters had a background story to it, the fatalities were good, But the best part was this new idea of Shoving, Power-ups, Escaping, and the best part Reversals.
Summary: The story of Mortal Kombat has always interested me,as well as the old and new characters from each game.I have an x-box,but my favourite one on one fighter is Tekken Tag.That title is only on Playstation 2,and Dead or Alive does'nt do it for me.Now,I'm looking for a great fighter to take its place.Deadly Alliance fits the bill perfectly.It was nice to see the in-depth real styles of martial arts each has.Two unarmed and one weapon based for each character.Styles range...
Summary: I recently purchased MKDA out of a single day fling wanting a fighting game. I never really liked the other Mortal Kombats, I guess I was a fan of Street Fighter. After throwing this game in my XBox.... wow. Finally a fighting game that I like, that does not get old. I just beat Konquest mode and unlocked Blaze and Mokap. Not that big of a deal, Scorpion is still the best. Some combos took me more than two tries but no biggy.