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Mortal Kombat Vs DC Universe: Collector's Edition

Released on 21 November 2008

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (5 customer reviews) | Write a review

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For the first time ever Scorpion, Sub-Zero and the Mortal Kombat warriors battle with Batman, Superman and other popular DC Universe superheroes. Choose your side and challenge your opponents with an all-new fighting system including Freefall Kombat and Klose Kombat along with dynamic multi-tiered environments. Plus, pick your favourite character from Mortal Kombat or DC Universe and pursue a fighting adventure in the new single-player mode with an intertwined storyline and two unique perspectives.
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Kollector's Edition includes steelbook, 16-page comic and Alex Ross poster

    Choose your kombatant! Kombat forces friends to fight, worlds to collide and unlikely alliances to be forged. Mortal Kombat warriors and DC Universe heroes engage in battle for the first time on the PlayStation 3. In the ultimate Elseworlds story, players can now explore what would happen when Sub-Zero faces off against Batman, and much more.

      Signature attacks. Each character has specific moves to take down opponents in his or her own signature style. Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe will also feature distinct finishing moves, tapping into the true Mortal Kombat experience.

        All-new fighting mechanics. For the first time in Mortal Kombat history, players can face off with two all-new fighting mechanics, Freefall Kombat and Klose Kombat. Freefall Kombat allows players to battle in mid-air while falling from one arena into the next. Klose Kombat, a brutal up-close fighting mechanic, gives players the ability to grasp the gritty dark tone through progressive damage that is inflicted on fighters during battle through visible bruises, torn clothing, and more!

          New single-player mode. Players choose their storyline experience beginning with either the Mortal Kombat or DC Universe. The unique storyline intertwines both the Mortal Kombat and DC Universes and characters into an exclusive dynamic fighting adventure.

            The ultimate fighting arenas. Players will face off in various iconic arenas like Metropolis and Gotham City from the DC Universe side and Hell and Graveyard from the Mortal Kombat side, as well as several never-before-seen combo arenas that blend the two universes together!

              Take the battle online. Players will have the ability to choose sides, challenge friends and take the fight online!

              customer Reviews

               Average rating (5 reviews)

               Flawless Victory

              | | See all Webslinger's reviews (10)

              This really is the Mortal Kombat you know and love.

              The DC characters are very powerful and yet well balanced with the MK characters. The special moves are ace and yet it never resorts to button mashing. Its more a game of timing and countering your opponents moves.

              The special moves are visually awesome (most notably Captain Marvels) and despite some seemingly unfair special moves that seem impossible to counter (I'm looking at you Flash) there is always a way to counter or a character you can use to overpower them. The single player story mode is strong (although the voice acting is cheesy and at some points a little lame - However their is some genuinely funny dialogue) it's basically just a tenuous set-up to get both sets of characters in the ring.

              Arcade mode sees the return of the towers, whereby you work your way through a list of characters (you can choose to fight just MK or just DC or a mixture of both) with every character having an alternate ending sequence.

              Online mode is everything you could have hoped form. Out of the 50 or so fights I've had I only experienced one bit of nasty lag, and that was on release day. There has been no lag since.

              Playing your mates online is easy thanks to a user friendly lobby creation system. But offline you can manually adjust the character AI mid fight in practice sessions to really perfect your skills.

              The collectors edition comes with a cool comic that serves the purpose of setting the scene of the game whilst your at work before you get home to play the game. The free poster is cool but useless if your over the age of 17. But the metal tin is cool. Whether it's worth an extra fiver is a matter of preference. There are no extra characters with the special edition.

              All in all, it's good solid fighter with great online support and a fun single player campaign.

               dc spoilaled a good frantise

              | | See all marcussmit's reviews (27)

              I am a big fan of mortal kombat and this isnt a bad fighter its just a bit lacking in blood and gore witch leaves us with an ok fighter with rubbish fatalites

               Not good as expected

              | | See all harpal87's reviews (1)

              Buying this game having played both story mode and arcade mode i can say that this game is not worth the £40 spend. Story mode is very predictable and repetitive, And lacks a good plot . Also there is no intro into the story-line of the game in the beginning, as you normally would expect from mortal kombat games, which was a bit odd. A game such as this requires an introduction in to why two worlds have collided. Adding to the disappointment there is no good extra features. A real waste of money!!

               dc good mk bad

              | | See all ry1987's reviews (59)

              mortal kombat has ealways been rubbish and its a shame the amazing dc had to be brought down to it level,had it been only dc characters it would have been a 5 star game but still decent

               God it is satisfying to hurt Captain Marvel

              | | See all cutegamesforgirls's reviews (124)

              Top 100 Games Reviewer

              Mortal Kombat, for me, is the best fighting series around at the moment. It isn't too complicated (Unlike SF4) , there are a lot of fighters (Unlike Soulcalibur) and the graphics are truly incredible. Facial animations in particular stand out but it's always nice to see the ever busty MK female characters wobbling around (Catwoman isn't bad either.) Strangely, hair doesn't move like you feel it should but smashing people through walls or into the ground looks awesome. As you would expect, Superman can use his laser vison, Batman uses an array of gadgets (as does the joker) and the Green Lantern can use his ring in extremely satisfying ways (make what you want of that.) Combat is tight and feels damn good. There are two versions of story mode and full online and trophies along with arcade modes for all characters (of which there are 18.) Personally, I reckon this is the only beat 'em up you need on PS3 atm.

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              Rating16+ (PEGI)