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About the product
- Publisher: Warner Bros
- Platform: Xbox 360
- Genre: Not Available
- Release Date: February 28, 2012
- Number of Players: Not Available
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If your new to this game YOU are in luck. You get no cheap Capcom crap here. This is the version to own and you don't have to worry about Nether Realm Studio releasing Ultra Mortal Kombat Complete edition *cough* capcom you suck. 4 More characters which are well done, Freddy Krueger being my favorite, plus 15 Classic outfits. C'mon Freddy Krueger, time to make the kiddies cry.
It's easier to perform finishing moves in this game, I think. You seem to get more time and it's not as strict about where the player is, because it will slide the character a bit to make it work. I thought it didn't matter what side you are on for the finishing move, but it does; its just that it shows you exactly how to do them in the moves list. If you press start and check out the move list, you'll see the finishing moves with the rest of the moves. And the list will automatically know what side you are on. So you should do exactly what it says. If it says left on the d-pad then press left on the d-pad. You don't have to worry about what side you are on, and so never do the opposite or whatever, because it automatically changes the direction of the arrows.
With the new Xbox controllers, and probably with PlayStation's too, it is easier to perform SF down forward LP or "Hadouken" type moves for games but not MK back back LP type moves. For example, Scorpion's spear is harder to do with the main d-pad, so for me it's easier with the classic d-pad. In this game, some the special moves controls were replaced with "Hadouken" type controls but others remain the back back type. So for these, and especially finishing moves, I use the classic d-pad.
I like the new costumes but like the old ones too. Well, in this game, maybe with bonus or DLC add-ons, but I think free with the Komplete Edition, you can choose alternative costumes. For example, you can pick reptile in a regular green ninja outfit with a human face and Ermac in a red ninja outfit too. The alternative costumes are usually MK1; that's fine, but I rather have it MK2 outfits. Special characters have no alternative costumes (rain would be good to have in MK1 or MK2 outfit).
This game has been out for a while and one could just look on the internet or read other reviews about how many characters there are, types of finishing moves (yes, there are babalities but not friendships), or different game modes. I just wanted to give a good review since I liked this game a lot. I like the classic 2D-feel too and other stuff about this game.