April 19, 2011 by USA Post
Mortal Kombat, The original Mortal Kombat was released more than a decade ago now and since then has gone down in history as one of the defining video games in its genre. With a growing list of fighters and buckets of blood, Mortal Kombat has built a loyal fan base seriously. After years of spin offs and remakes, some who have actually put a damper on the name of Mortal Kombat, Developer Studio Netherrealm has met the latest installment in the canon. In a nod to the original game that started it all off, the most recent addition is simply titled “Mortal Kombat.”
Mortal Kombat is back to basics. The last delivery is at its core a violent fighter, 2d over the superior aesthetics, gorgeous visuals and has a notable improvement in the series by being a legitimate fighting game competition. While the single player game may present some difficulties, the central experience found in Mortal Kombat is exciting, vicious and sometimes downright hilarious. There is little to say about the game “plot” as the last story is almost as ridiculous as the previous. However, we all know that the plot is inconsequential. For those interested, however, a brief summary would be something like Bad Guy Shao Kahn is doing everything possible to destroy the world, and ends up killing everyone in the line of the history of Mortal Kombat. As such, the series hero Raiden sends a message over time to prevent this from happening.
The series has returned to a flat 2D and features both one to one and party labels. Each character has a selection of simple movements, as well as some special attacks. Initially, you will find it fairly simple to execute combos and special attacks, but linking the attacks and maintain a stunned enemy will take some time to master.
Mortal Kombat is a solid return to form in the series, and while it may be initially attractive to everyone, has a flavor that is very personal.
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