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Mortal Kombat Advance

Platform : Game Boy Advance
Rated: Mature
49 customer reviews
Metascore: 33 / 100
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  • ASIN: B00005RCQR
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,965 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. on January 3, 2002
I have heard a lot of people complain that this game is too hard.
I must point out however that there is a handicap feature which is in the "options" menu that makes the game much more playable. It's poorly explained in the manual; What you have to do to is hit the D pad up and watch the bar move until its a point that you think its ok.
Now having said that...I do think the game does deserve a second look. It had very good graphics and sound. Some of the more complicated moves are tough to administer though. It also takes some patience to learn some of the special abilities for each of the players (like Sub Zero for example).
I recommend this game but be aware this is not a game you can simply jump right in and play. Its does take some time to figure it out.
Hope this review helps..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Micheal Hunt on July 28, 2005
Mortal Kombat perfected itself when it brought out the MK Trilogy on Pc and PSX. But before that, the SNES had great games of MK 1, 2 & 3 and then buggered up the trilogy for the N64.

Now that the power of the SNES can be made into a hand held console, you'd think the GBA version of the original style of MK would rock, right? Wrong.

What the hell have they made here????

A GBA is supposed to be a hand held SNES, yet the SNES game never was as slow as this game, the graphics where not as bad (backgrounds are image's) the moves where executable with ease on the SNES and yet this version it takes 2 or 3 tries to get something to work because the response of the game is not fast enough!!! and the worst thing is the feel of it, you cant beat the computer with ease, everything you do gets blocked, the computer all of a sudden goes on a rampage kicking your butt and you cant do anything about it.

Plus, where the hell is Johnny Cage, Goro but most important of all Raiden??? You cant have a MK game without Raiden.

To screw it up even worse, it's a 2 button game now!!! no more jp,lp,lk,hk,b & r...nope, just k & p... press back+K for a roundhouse kick, press down+back+kick for a sweep... that probably would have been ok to get used to if the bloody response of it actually worked... i have to slow down my button pressing so the computer can execute the moves which sucks to high heaven.

I didn't even get a fatality off, there is no one button fatality code. I played this with a gameshark and needed the infinite health code on. You even need the gameshark to unlock Shoakahn, Montoro and Human Smoke because to access them you have to beat the game then get to use them for one round. WHY THE HELL GO BACKWARDS FROM THE TRILOGY?
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Johnson on January 10, 2002
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The fighting game known as Mortal Kombat returns with a portable game for Game Boy Advance, which features 23 selectable fighters from Liu Kang, Sub Zero, and Scorpion to Smoke, Noob Saibot and Jade. The game itself is exactly like the Ultimate Mortal Kombat game which was released years ago for home systems. The fun part about the game is that every single move, maneuver, friendship and fatality is in the game, but brutalities and animalities are not (no one should care). Also, because of the limited buttons of Game Boy Advance, there is only one punch button and one kick button making each move easy to learn! The game might sound stupendous now, until you play it, the characters are rather slow and sometimes the animation jerks! With the one player mode you chose your fighter and proceed in one of four ladder tournaments, finally battling the half man / half horse Motaro and the evil Emperor; Shao Kahn!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David on February 10, 2002
This version is modeled just like the arcade version, which was fun for a few minutes and for a quarter or two while you waited for your pizza. But, it is difficult and gets boring quickly because all you can do is fight and switch from character to character. If you are very good at this type of game and can find out the specials and finishing moves, at least wait for the price to drop.
For an arcade game, this was great fun and good at sucking up spare quarters. But for a permanantly owned game that you hope to get a lot of hours out of, it is repetitive and disappoints.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 4, 2002
What upsets me the most was that i was dumb enough to buy this thing, ug. I should kick my own tail for doing something of which i should have known better for. Graphics and sound are great, but thats were it ends. Special moves like scorpion's spear throw work maybe once in 25 tries, ai is a joke being too hard or too easy. Really, if you want to win, just run at your opponent until they back themselves in a corner, then wail away; they won't block or even try to get away. Fatalities r easy to pull off, but they're bland. The game book says you're supposed to do the classic sub zero's head pull, nope, you really send out a blast of frigid air which freezed your vic, who then falls back and shatters. If you're a glutton for punishment and flawed, shoddy games, this is for you. If you want to waste oodles of time being frustrated at unresponsive special attacks and view utter lackluster combos, this is for you. The rest need not apply.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By H. Hanson on August 16, 2010
I thought this would be a great game. To be honest, what would you expect? The graphics look like the SNES Ultimate MK3. Well i've played the crap out of this game and I hate it. Feel free to disagree if you're good at it, but I'm a 15-year MK vet and I know exactly what I'm talking about.

The graphics and sound are great. But the music loops mindlessly over and over again, probably to accomodate all the voice files on the game. That can be forgiven. I started my first match, picking Scorpion, and they throw you in a fight against Scorpion. I got my butt handed to me in seconds. So after gaming over at least twice, I went into options menu and put the difficulty on VERY EASY, assuming I would have a chance.

I didn't.

The game's CPU ambushes you and once you're backed into a corner, you're as good as dead. Sure I was able to use Scorpion's spear from far away about three times, but the contact boxes suck and most projectiles don't connect even when you see that they would. Someone talked about adjusting the handicap, but it only speeds up the ass-kicking, rendering you a sitting duck... or as us MK fans call them, "noobs".

Bottom line, if you're a collector and you want every single MK game, buy it. But if you're a gamer or an MK fan, or you want to try it out, let me save you from wasting your money: Download a ROM and waste space on your PC if you want to try it so badly, but don't spend one red cent on this waste of plastic. I love Mortal Kombat, but I HATE Mortal Kombat Advance.
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