Summary: The gameplay is good. The fighting controls pretty well and there mini games too. It is cool to play a story-line for theboxers. The soundtrack is classic with old Rocky classics such "Gonna Fly Now", the official Rocky theme. There is a nice assortment of unlockables such as 40 fighters.
Conclusion: Alright so the game starts off with a really cool movie to watch. I'd say a amazing movie to start the game with a long fight. Example pulling a spine outta some guys back...A*hem anyways the adventure begins off with you fighting your way out of a castle.
Conclusion: The latest mortal kombat offers a lot of new game modes and also several new fighters. While not all the new fighters are that great, the familiar ones surely make up for it. The enviroments are extremely interactif and the graphics have been upgraded as well.
Conclusion: the game is decent at best, nothing truly groundbreaking or innovative. Konquest mode sucks and if your not good at doing combo's your not ganna have fun with it, if you have time to sit down and try to get past some of the imposible combo's your forced to do in order to earn new characters then go...
Conclusion: First my major problem is you can not play jonny cage sonya or jax they are mortal kombat, they are what it is all about. second great idea with chess but kinda boring wrath unleash had the best idea.
Conclusion: On the surface, MK: Deception could seem like a complete fighter for some. For people who are a little more anal retentive(like me)it comes a little short. After MK II, the franchise died in my opinion. There's no depth to this game (just like Alliance).
Summary: I'm possibly the biggest Rocky fan there is and I was so happy when the first game came out, it had its good points and it's bad but still a great game. So i was even more excited to hear Rocky Legends was coming out, complete with a career mode for each Apollo Creed, Clubber Lang, Ivan Drago and...