The New Mortal Kombat – Faithful to Its Roots?

From the moment the game was unveiled to the day it was released, we were treated to countless gameplay videos that seemed to confirm that the series had returned to its roots. At the same time, there was a slight disturbance in the Force. Reports suggested that the run button—one of Ed Boon’s favorite features—had been removed and that the classic button layout (HP, LP, HK, LK and Block) had been replaced with a more traditional Tekken-style setup.

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athmaus3026d ago

Not a real fan of MK games.....

RedDead3026d ago

I'm not either, I like them but not much, however for some reason I fu**ing love this one.

pojut3026d ago (Edited 3026d ago )

The writer spends the whole article crushing this title, but in the last sentence, he says:

"Though it will never be the perfect MK, it could very well be the fighting game that I play the most this decade."

Soo...does he hate it, or not? Sounds like a case of Stockholm Syndrome. No worries, dude...I understand :) This is pretty much how I felt about Civilization V.

manumit3026d ago

hmmm haven't played it because i live in the land of banned games (Australia) :(

krazykombatant3026d ago (Edited 3026d ago )

DUUUUUDDDDEEEEEEE..... I feeel for you, hopefully your country will develop the balls to develop a better rating system and you can enjoy games like this one.

manumit3026d ago

thanks man, i f***ing love MK too. Our govenment sucks balls.

Der_Kommandant3026d ago

It's a game made for the fans

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