Mortal Kombat Armageddon – Nintendo Wii Review
Mortal Kombat Armageddon is very popular not only with the Wii Nintendo but with other gaming consoles as well. It is the seventh release in the series of Mortal Kombat. This game is comprised of 50 fighters from Mortal Kombat universe from the past, present and future. Some of the striking features include Kreate-A-Fatality mode and Kreate-A-Fighter as well as Konquest mode.
Mortal Kombat Armageddon gives every person regardless of age a great fighting experience. It allows you to be part of the Mortal Kombat, which heightens your imagination even more. Now users of Nintendo Wii game console can enjoy Mortal Kombat at a completely new level.
What makes Mortal Kombat Armageddon stand out?
Efficient and engaging fighting system
Unlike other series of MK series, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon allows users to design their own character and finishing moves. Using the Kreate-A- Fighter feature, users can create and give their fighter’s a particular look, personality and capabilities. This helps the player to have a unique identity online. Actually, there are two fighting modes and this is different from other previous releases of the game. The styles of fighting include one weapon and one hand-on-hand combat. For bosses such as Onaga, they only have one fighting style, while other fighters such as Mokap and Smoke do not feature a weapon mode but another version of unarmed style.
Another feature that is present in MK Armageddon is Kreate-A-Fatality mode. This enables the gamers to create fatalities. These are nothing but a string of commands, which the user feeds in until a Fatality is over. The feature alienates the exciting fighting video game from other series in the same line. In the past MK games, the gamer could only feed in one command, after which they would sit and watch the game like a cinema. The beauty with the Fatality feature in Armageddon is that it has a number of levels, where users starts with “basic fatality” to “ultimate fatality”.
Mortal Kombat Armageddon combines the mode featured in “Deception” and it has included some aspects from Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks. The plot focuses on two brothers Daegon and Taven, who were placed in suspended animation, because their father Argus who was an Edenian god of protection and Delia their mother who was a sorcerer had foreseen the catastrophic event, which would be caused by the Mortal Kombat fighters. It is this awakening, which brings rise to Konquest mode and eventually the standard play of the video game. Taven is the core hero whereas his brother is the antagonist. Daegon even plans to eliminate his brother and Blaze, to secure the godship to himself.
He goes to the length of liaising with dangerous Red Dragon Clan and Shinnok. For this fighting venture, particular weapons are used, some of which seem to take a lot from the ones in Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks. There are relics to be collected except by Khameleon and Taven, the two players, one is allowed to create using Nintendo Wii. The Konquest enables the users to unlock costume change for the characters and rewards. Once you are done with it, you are able to unlock Taven whereas Daegon, Meat and Blaze are easy to unlock one you have garnered enough relics.
Design a fighter
Mortal Kombat Armageddon is one video game in the MK series, which allows users to have more control and be part of the virtual environment. Using Kreate-A-Fighter, you are able to design your own fighter in addition to the 50 fighters in the Nintendo Wii version. Usually, the game offers 14 categories of characters you can create including mercenaries, Humans, Black Dragon members, Retro Ninjas, Tarkatans, and Ninjas among others. The gamer can design the fighting style, costumes, moves and the plot to follow. This makes the video game even more interesting for kids and adults.
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