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Mortal Kombat: Armageddon

Released on 15 June 2007

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (26 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Introducing Mortal Kombat: Armageddon - the latest chapter in the award-winning, best-selling video game fighting franchise. With the most complete Mortal Kombat roster ever, including every character from the Mortal Kombat fighting universe, revolutionary Kreate-A-Fighter and Kreate-A-Fatality modes, plus a brand new Konquest mode, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon promises to be the most complete, intensely lethal, fighting experience ever!
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
  • Custom designed with an all new control system making super moves and fatalities a breeze with the Wii Remote, experience the latest chapter in Midway's award-winning, best selling video game fighting franchise, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon.
  • Fight with 60+ characters from the entire Mortal Kombat universe, including the new "Khameleon" exclusive to the Wii.
  • Kreate-A-Fighter mode allows you to make customisable characters.
  • Finish your opponents with the all-new Kreate-A-Fatality system.
  • Experience deep, story driven adventures in the enhanced Konquest mode.
  • Deliver powerful combo attacks in mid-air with new Aerial Kombat.
  • Go racing "MK-Style" with up to 4 players in Motor Kombat.
  • See how many opponents you can defeat with just one life bar in the new Endurance Mode!

customer Reviews

 Average rating (26 reviews)

 Best Fighter On The Wii By Miles

| | See all Madr0x's reviews (28)

I Recieved My NTSC Copy Of This Game Yesterday With A Few Other Games So I Thought I Would Play It Before I Gave It A Bad Review. So Right Lets Begin Ive Never Liked Mortal Kombat Games Anyway And Only Brought It Because Anything Has Got To Be Better Then legend Of The Dragon So I Thought I Would Give This A Blast. The First Screen You See Is A Screen Telling You That You Can Use The Wii-Mote ANd Nunchuck, The Classic Controller Or A Gamecube Controller WHAT!!! You Might Ask Yes You Can Use A Gamecube Controller On This Game That Made Me Alot Happier Because I Find The Classic Controller To Be A Little Uncomfortable To Use After A While, There Is A Problem Tho If You Have A Gamecube Controller Plugged Into Any Of The Slots When The Game Starts You Have To Unplug The Leads To Use The Normal Mote. As You Can Imagine I Spent The First Ten Minutes Thinking My Mote Had Broke. So If Player 1 Is Using A Mote Dont A Gamecube Controller Plugged Into Slot 1. Right Back To The Game. Its Got Loads To Do Which Should Make Someone In Your Family Happy. Theres Your Normal Arcade Mode Which Was A Great Way To Start Playing Straight In And Destroy Sub Zero On Easy LOL. Theres The Konquest Mode Which I Haven't Really Played But Its Like An Adventure Game With Fights Thrown In Dont Really Know What To Say About It As I Didn't Play It Much. Theres All So Motor Kombat Which Is A Racing Game That I Was Expecting To Be Really Cheesy But Was A Great Laugh I Played It With The Other Half For About An Hour Until She Told Me She Wanted To Play Tamagotchi. So Overall Theres Plenty To Do. So Lets Talk About The Fights. The First Thing I Noticed Is The About Of Blood Just Pumping Out Of My Oppenent As I Hit Him And It Didnt Disapear Ever So Everything Was Splattered. The Controls Are Just Like Most Fighting Games. Quick Punch Hard Punch Quick Kick And Hard Kick There Is A Grab Button But I Found It A Little Hard To Use On The Classic Controller As Its One Of The Smaller Top Buttons But A Little Confiq And I Will Have It As A Trigger. I Have Got To Admit That I Enjoyed Playing This And As Soon As I Found That I Could Use A Weapon I Was Laughing And It Made Me Even More Happy As The Blood Just Went Everywhere. The Arenas Are Great To Fight In Aswell There Just Like Dead Or Alive So You Can Kick People Through Windows And Ovr Balconys And Stuff. Also On Certain Levels Areas Certain Areas Can Kill People Like On The Lava Level If You Get Kicked Over The Arena DEAD. Great For People Who Button Bash As I Found Out As My Sister Killed Me. So Overall A Great Experience For A Street Fighter Man. I Would Reccomend This Game For Any Die Hard Fans Aswell As Theres An Aresenal Of Characters To Use Ive Never Seen So Many In A Game Before. GOOD Game Small Faults But Nothing Worth Worring About


| | See all serenity2k7's reviews (11)

I have always enjoyed the MK games especially MK2, I was disappointed with Deadly Alliance on the gamecube so didint expect much. The opening sequence is the best CG Ive seen on the Wii. the game itself does use either the wii remote/nunchuck, classic controller or the Gamecube controller, I found that using the gamecube controller worked better for me as I found the responses to the wii remote was a bit slow and frustrating. The lack of character specific fatalities are disappointing too, But all in all its a very good game and well worth the price because of the high amount of characters and content in the game.

 Good challenge with the Wii

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I find this alot more entertaining than the ps2 version, mainly because of the controls.

it quite easy to get the hang of, but the combinations can be quite challenging which make's it fun.

not only does it have arcade mode, but it also has a conquest mode, which gives a nice detailed story line, and a nice challenge game play that will give you hours of fun.

If your a mortal kombat fan, you surely wont be disappointed as it basically has every single character available to play, and alot of awesome levels.

if your a beat'em up game style gamer, but haven't heard of mortal kombat, well... WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN!?

definitely would recommend this game.


| | See all iPlayGames1's reviews (11)

I bouight this game for about £15 and it was well worth it. The fighting has really been inovented with the wii controlls which are really addictive and satisfying when you see your character execute a move. You earn money through the story mode which you can spend on your create a character which is a nice touch as it keeps you playing. The graphics look like a straight ps2 port which to me seems a bit lazy, however the racing or 'motor kombat' although its no mario kart its a nice touch and will keep you occupied for half hour. Overall very pleased, fun on your own but better with a friend.

 Wow, but short!

| | See all delphandalph's reviews (30)

This game is excellant and would get 5 stars if it was longer! the fighting in the game is better than any other fighting in any other game. Buy it!

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