Eurogamer.pt published new Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe screenshots. Check them out.
They are all captures from GTTV's gameplay vids. Love the one with Skeleton Scorpion beating Batman.
Game is looking sweet now, now finaly people will give it a chance. But i'm still disapointed that mortal kombat has been terrible since mk4. maybe thats why not muck ppl bought into it at first Yea i'm sure thats why LoL
Awesome. Superman was definitely fighting with a destroyed Daily Planet in the background. Edit: Not sure why I replied here instead of just commenting normally...
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batmans costume is a little tighter than usual....anyone else notice that.
.....quite impressed with what i saw. I originally did not think this game would work but looks like it could turn out to be very good. I love the idea behind it and making something fresh.
Sub Zero is so kick ass
Agreed with both of you though both Sub-Zero and Scorpion are the best. They RULE!
oh hell yeah
The game doesn't look half bad, but MK is played out like Cross Colors.
I was always optimistic about this game and the gameplay rewarded my optimism because it looks good. Not goofy like the last 3 or 4 MK games. Though i do hope they fix some of the poses for the characters a little more so most of them don't look like they are about to grapple each other. But other than that everything else looks very good.
Except for superman. I don't know why but for some reason his character model just doesn't look as good as the other ones.
Agreed though Superman has always looked bad to me. I hated him in comics and movies together... the only version I like is the cyborg Superman or the one killed by Doomsday.
looks ok but still has the trademark mortal kombat plactic doll character models, its about time they started lavishing the mk characters with a few more pollys and some lifelike skin tones and animation. reminds me of when i was a kid and made my action figures fight.
Should have went with my idea of Non Treatable Injuries. They'll see.
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