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Mortal Kombat (MK 9) Longplay- Ladder Mode

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Published on Apr 22, 2011

Played by UnworthyFun

A little review/summary:

I really like this new addition to the MK franchise. I have always enjoyed the Mortal Kombat series, as they possess the ability to come out with new and interesting characters. I like the new features in this game, and the fact they used MK VS DCU as a framing device for what they planned to do. The Story Mode is a vast improvement from the diabolical Konquest Mode from the MK games of the sixth generation (e.g. Deadly Alliance and Deception) I also find it hilarious in story mode how each time two characters cross, they always find an excuse for them to rip each others' lungs out. The ladder mode is also really good fun, and acts as the secong coming of the original arcade mode of the older titles. The game also has an amazing array of characters. It is service to the fans of this franchise of a fantastic game series that has just got a lot better.

This is my favourite fighting game of all time and one of my favourite games of all time. Okay so I'm not the best with every character, but I had to play on a tiny screen. Eventually, I start whooping with Scorpion (the best character in any game ever) especially in the later levels. I would have done the story mode, but frankly it is far too long and may be quite boring to watch. Unless I get any requests I will not be doing this.

Anyways, a very very good fighting game, far better than Marvel Vs Capcom 3 and even better than Super Street Fighter IV. I have always preferred Mortal Kombat games as they are more fun and hilariously violent to play through.

In this longplay, I die a lot, this is either because I suck eggs with that particular character, alternatively, I tried to show each characters abilities and fatalities. In order to do this, I let the enemy win to show his fatality, which then meant I could then choose another character to show. In the later parts of the longplay, I dominate with Scorpion. Mortal Kombat is essentially a service to fans of mortal kombat, due to the story mode's habit of cropping up loads of the classic characters and establishes their backgrounds and story. The character development is surprisingly good.

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