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Mortal Kombat: Deception (Premium Pack)

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Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
4.2 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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  • Analog Control
  • Konquest Mode
  • Chess Kombat
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An ancient Evil has returned from beyond death and threatens the very existence of the realms. Will the champion of the Elder Gods have the power to defeat this threat borne of deception? Designed for gameplay on Sony Playstation 2 systems.

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  • ASIN: B0002TG3Z0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,339 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I'm just going to talk about the extras in the premium pack here. You can catch reviews of Mortal Kombat Deception the game by looking under the standard version.

By now, you are probably aware that the main benefits to the premium pack are the box it comes in, the metal trading card included in the box, the arcade-perfect version of the first Mortal Kombat game, the documentary-ish video detailing the history of Mortal Kombat, and the video trading cards. That's quite a slew of extras for $10 dollars.

One of my favorite parts about the premium pack is the inclusion of the original MK arcade game. It's fun to play it before you bust open the Deception disc because it will you appreciate not only how far Mortal Kombat has come, but how far video games have come since the original's release in '92.

There are a few things I was dissapointed with on the bonus disc. The biggest dissapointment was the quick, underinformative, breeze through on the history of Mortal Kombat that was kyted directly from Deadly Alliance with a brief addition on the end to talk about Deception and beyond. To those of us who already own MK Deadly Alliance, it's the same history that can be found in MKDA's special features. At least on the GameCube version, I don't have the PS2 version of DA. Anyway, it also lacked some of the major history of the Mortal Kombat series. It talked about MK, MK2, MK3, MK4, MK Deadly Alliance, and a brief bit on MK Deception.

Those of you who are fans, like me, should be looking at that roster and thinking... wait a minute... they missed five games. Yeah, they missed Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, which was definitely it's own game with all the additional characters and backgrounds and separate platform and arcade release than MK3.
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Mortal Kombat has evolved over the years and with it a diverse set of characters have been created as a result. Now in it's 6th entry into the series it once again brings something new to the table, something that's been fiddled with in past games, but now fully realized. I'll get to that later.

The story is that at the end of the Deadly Alliance Shang Tsung and Quan Chi defeated the hero's of the various realms. However the power they were tapping into had a devastating result. Thanks to the soul well being reactivated the origional ruler of Outworld, Onaga has been reborn. Shang Tsung and Quan Chi do not survive the encounter. Now it is up the remaining fighters of the various realms to defeat him.

The game play style is that of Deadly Alliance. Each character has three move sets (one of which is weapon based). Series mainstays Scorpion and Sub Zero return along with returning characters Kabal, Sindel, Nightwolf, Millenna, Jade, Noob Saibot, Smoke, and classic Fan Favorite Baraka join new characters Shujinko, Darius, Kobra, Kira and more. One of the new gameplay elements that I hinted to earlier is the muli tiered levels. In fact almost every level is like this and or features the other fleshed out inovation, death traps. As a result Classic Levels such as the Pit and Acid Pit make their triumphant returns in full 3D.

Now the overall game is great but for fans the mini games are eqaully as great. First is puzzle Kombat which is a mix between Super Puzzle Fighter and Dr. Mario. The second is chess kombat which is chess but when it comes time to occupy the square you fight.
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When I first got this I just had to pop in the arcade perfect port of the original Mortal Kombat. They did a fantastic job. All the little glitches that were prevalent in the arcade are also here. Now onto the main game Deception. I found most of the moves less complicated then in Deadly Alliance. Fatalities are especially gruesome and stage fatalities are creative and a blessing to have back in the game. The graphics are really outstanding, similiar to DA, but just more evil surroundings, in this game kinda brings back the day when Mortal Kombat was evil. Unlocking characters, arenas etc.. are done through purchasing them from the Krypt again, however you must play through Konquest mode. This mode is addicting, as you follow a young warrior name Shujinko through various realms, completing tasks and getting coins and keys to open up the coffins in the Krypt. People are slagging the graphics and I really found the graphics to be excellent. Some people just are haters just for the sake of it, don't listen to them. I actually cared about the character I played as and the story is great. After completing the mode, you most likely did not get everything, or complete the numerous tasks. Don't fret, you can go back to the realms and complete the tasks, or just beat up on people if you so desire. I cannot stress to you how awesome Konquest mode is, plus you learn the moves of the various fighters...it can be frustrating at times, but nonetheless it's a great challenge.

Another mode is the puzzle fighter game. Remember the fantastic Super Puzzle Fighter II from the ps-one? Well this is basically the same game, but w/MK flava. You can do fatalities in here too, but are way easier, you only press one button.
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