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Mortal Kombat: Kollector's Edition - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
4.8 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

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Collector's Edition
  • Fatalities return to their original violent form as Mortal Kombat gives its fans what they've been demanding graphic details
  • With classic 2D fighting plane, mature presentation, and up to 4 player tag-team kombat
  • The deepest story mode of any fighting game as players are taken back to the original Mortal Kombat tournament
  • In addition to an enhanced online feature set, Mortal Kombat introduces Co-op arcade mode and many additional modes to be announced
  • Along with their game copy, Kollector's Edition owners receive a variety of exclusive physical and digital bonus items
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Collector's Edition

Having literally defined the mature game category, Mortal Kombat makes a triumphant return to its violent roots in the fastest and most brutal installment to date. Fighting game players will receive the Mortal Kombat they’ve been asking for, with Fatalities presented in more detail than ever before.

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Collector's Edition
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  • ASIN: B004GD1Q4G
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 13.5 x 11.9 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 19, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,655 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Collector's Edition
Mortal Kombat is back... When I first heard about this game I kind of paid no mind. Because of how crappy MK became over all the years, so I was just thinking another MK with the same boring stiff style. Then I saw some videos and I LIKED it, then I played the demo and LOVED it, now I have the game and I'M IN LOVE with it. This is the best MK by far, for the longest I said MK3 was the best but this here outdid it all, finally they returned to 3D graphics on a 2D plane. MK now have 2-on-2 matches like Marvel vs. Capcom, Challenge Tower and Fatality Training (so no more excuses for not finishing your opponent). MK has even slim down their roster from that crazy 63 fighters in MK: Armageddon to about 30 fighters now and if you got PS3 like me you get Kratos and I can't think of anyone more suited for MK than the God of War himself and what make it even better they didn't dull down Kratos' style... They even have sequences from the GoW games for him in matches but you can only use him in versus mode. MK went back to their roots, one of my favorite things are: as you're taking and dealing damage the blood don't just squirt out onto the ground the fighters become bloody and disfigured. Now my absolute favorite thing is the super combo gauge as you take and deal damage your combo gauge fills level 1-enhanced special attack, level 2-combo breaker and level 3 the best of all X-RAY attack: the camera goes in and will show an inside view of the fighter who is being attacked while bones and organs are broken and shattered. The fatalities are all back to what they should be not that crap you got from MKvDC they brought the M-Rated worthy they introduced us to 18years ago.Read more ›
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Collector's Edition Verified Purchase
The actual game is really fun. If you liked the first three games you will feel right at home. The only downside I can see in this new game is the X-ray attacks. After a while they might start to get repetitive. I have beat the story mode and played a couple of online matches. The online was a little bit laggy sometimes so it might suck when trying to land your hardly practiced combos. One of the best additions is the tag team mode. I haven't played it much because I am still trying to get better in 1v1 mode but it allows you to make even badder combos than before. Your second character can also attack while he is out of the tag. You can even beat the ladder mode with a buddy on tag team mode! It has a lot of content to unlock such as character kostumes and music and concept art. One thing that has me down is that the PSN has been down for a couple of days now and I can't play people online :(
Moving on. The sculptures of SubZero and Scorpion look great and very detailed. You might find a lack of detail on something if you really try and look close. They hold whatever you put in between and look great anywhere if you have the space to showcase it :P
The concept art booklet is not as great. It has some info on how the characters and arenas are created but it is not very long. It is very nicely done though. One nice little feature is that they show a small picture of the classic levels from back in the original games and how they made them to look like now but with a twist.
You also get a reptile classic kostume and I got an ermac one from amazon. You also get a couple of themes for your PS3 and about 5 avatars for your PSN profile. The only thing lacking in this Kollector's edition is a soundtrack CD.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Collector's Edition
The Good: Brings back classic 2D fighting, X-Ray moves are brutal and superbly done, all your favorite character are here, Fatalities are unique and brutal, looks and sounds amazing, lots of modes with great online play

The Bad: Still requires memorizing combos, online play requires a strong connection, no characters from MK4 and beyond

"Fatality!", "Finish Him!", "Flawless Victory!", "Get Over Here!". These are just some famous quotes from the infamous Mortal Kombat that everyone knows and remembers. What everyone mainly remembers is the fast paced fighting that has been missed since 1995's Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. It's been over 15 years since we got a really good and classic feeling MK game, but it's finally here and back with all its bloody gore. Yes the game is still in 3D, but its in what fighting fans like to call "2.5D". The game plays on a 2D playing feel and as soon as you start hammering away on those classic moves and combos you feel the nostalgia seeping into your blood.

The most surprising part about the game isn't the new level of gore, but the amazing story mode. Yes, Mortal Kombat actually has an awesome story mode that plays out far better than last generation's story modes. Instead of some ridiculous adventure mode or scrolling text we get a fully acted, scripted, and voiced story about the actual Mortal Kombat tournament and back story on almost every classic character. The voice acting is actually good and Netherealm Studios actually took the time to bring out each character's personality such as Johnny Cage's smart alack Hollywood attitude. Liu-Kang's eagerness, Kung Lao's jealousy, and Sonya's hotheadedness. The story is done beautifully despite picking up where Armageddon left off.
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