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Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance (2002)

Two powerful sorcerer's, Shang Tsung and Quan Chi, have joined forces to achieve the supreme goal: immortality. Will earth survive their deadly alliance?

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Two powerful sorcerer's, Shang Tsung and Quan Chi, have joined forces to achieve the supreme goal: immortality. Will earth survive their deadly alliance?

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A Fight So Brutal - So Evil - So Deadly.

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First Mortal Kombat game not to be released in the arcades. Since this game, all Mortal Kombat games have become console exclusives. See more »

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Follows Mortal Kombat 4 (1997) See more »

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This is the MORTAL KOMBAT game to worship.
3 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

The best MORTAL KOMBAT game ever. Period.

Before getting into the review, let's refresh our memory with the impact that MORTAL KOMBAT games caused worldwide.

The world of Arcades, and console video games changed back in 1992 when a game called MORTAL KOMBAT took the attention of the entire world. BLood, non-stop martial arts action, motion capture graphics never seen before, and the infamous FATALITIES were the elements that made MK a success, and the game that changed and took the fighting genre to another direction. The game featured 7 deadly warriors with special powers, and ready to fight. MORTAL KOMBAT was a great game, but lacked of more scenarios, more characers, and a best fighting style... ..in 1993 the video game industry changed abruptly again when MORTAL KOMBAT II appeared on the Arcades. MK II featured 12 playable characters : 7 new, and 5 returning characters including Scorpion, Liu Kang, Raiden, Sub-Zero. This time, Shang Tsung and Reptile were playable. The gameplay was awesome, you could never get tired of it. The graphics were improved, and were as realistic as they could be. The score, and f/x were damn good. Overall, MK II is the best fighting game of the period 1990-1995. How could I forget about FATALITIES? These finishing moves are brutal, and will remain as the best fatality moves in the MK saga. It wasn't a game for young players, it was dedicated to mature fighters. It's said to be the best MK game.

In 1995, MORTAL KOMBAT III took a new direction which was not very welcomed by fans. Personally, I think that it's a great game, with a new combo system that allowed the MK experts to have a better fighting experience. Fatalities weren't improved, in fact, some of them weren't cool enough like in part II. Featuring 15 playable characters (one of them hidden)), 2 finishing moves per character, a friendship, a babality, and 1 animality, made MKIII one of the hughest fighting games of it's time. And I mean, HUGE. As a HUGE fan of the series, I'd say that this time the FATALITIES filled our expectations... but got boring soon. Anyways, MKIII had the best storyline of the saga making it a dark and "dangerous" game to play.

1997 saw the birth of MORTAL KOMBAT IV, a game that was even less welcomed by fans. To play this game you need to be objective, and realize that MORTAL KOMBAT need a change. It's gameplay is damn fun! The weapons were a fun addition to the series, but got boring pretty fast. This time we can choose from 15 playable characters, that sadly were similar one to each other. With the exception of Scorpion, Sub-Zero, and Raiden, the other fighters were similar in their design and fighting style. That was where MK IV failed.

FORMAL REVIEW. Five LONG YEARS LATER, fans around the world expected the re-birth of the series with number 5. NOW, imagine a combination of MORTAL KOMBAT II, III, and IV into one game. That's how we get DEADLY ALLIANCE. It's the most impressive MORTAL KOMBAT GAME EVER! with excelent graphics, great character design, a cool soundtrack and chilling sound F/X !!! What else can you ask for? Characters from the past include the infamous Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden, Kung Lao, Reptile, Kitana, Kano, Johnny Cage, Sonia, Jax, Quan Chi, Cyrax, are joined by new members and let me say, that they are very welcome. The gameplay is great, it's nice to see our loved characters into the next gen fighting genre. The fatalities are as brutal as in PART II, and that's something good. This game is filled with tons of secrets, excelent animations, and anything else you could dream about in a MK game.

Take my word, this is the MORTAL KOMBAT game that fans (like me)waited for 5 long years. It's the best fighting game out there, and by far it's the best fighting game in 10 years. BUY IT RIGHT NOW, Mortal Kombat fans.!!


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