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Mortal Kombat: Armageddon (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
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  • Exclusive to the Wii: Players will be able to take their fighting action to a whole new level with all special moves and fatalities executed via the Wii-mote. In addition, not only will gamers be able to enjoy all aspects of Armageddon with the Wii-mote, but the GameCube and Classic Controller as well.
  • New Endurance Mode Comes to the Wii: Appearing for the first time on consoles, Armageddon will feature a deeply enhanced Endurance Mode, allowing gamers to test their true fighting stamina.
  • Select from more than 60 characters from the Entire Mortal Kombat Fighting Universe: From Liu Kang to Shang Tsung to Shao Kahn, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon will feature more playable fighters than any other Mortal Kombat game to date.
  • All-New Customized Kreate-A-Fighter Mode: For the first time ever in a Mortal Kombat game players will be able to use a Kreate-A-Fighter feature to create and define their fighter's look, abilities and personality with a deep level of customization and take that unique fighter online.
  • Unique Kreate-A-Fatality System: Fans now have the ability to create their own custom fatalities by stringing together a series of attacks via a series of button combos
  • those that prove worthy can take their very own death moves online to showcase to the world.
  • Entirely Revamped & Improved Konquest Mode: What formally served as a training mission has evolved into a full-blown adventure.
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B000INYSUW
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 141 g
  • Release Date: 15 Jun. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,953 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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For the first time ever on the Nintendo Wii, players can experience the latest chapter in Midway`s award-winning, best selling video game fighting franchise, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. With the most complete roster ever, including more than 60 fighters from the entire Mortal Kombat universe (past, present and future), a revolutionary Kreate-A-Fighter mode and Kreate-A-Fatality mode, plus a brand new Konquest mode and Endurance Mode, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon is to be the most complete, intensely lethal, fighting experience ever.

  • Exclusive to the Wii: Players will be able to take their fighting action to a whole new level with all special moves and fatalities executed via the Wii-mote. In addition, not only will gamers be able to enjoy all aspects of Armageddon with the Wii-mote, but the GameCube and Classic Controller as well
  • New Endurance Mode Comes to the Wii: Appearing for the first time on consoles, Armageddon will feature a deeply enhanced Endurance Mode, allowing gamers to test their true fighting stamina
  • Select from more than 60 characters from the Entire Mortal Kombat Fighting Universe: From Liu Kang to Shang Tsung to Shao Kahn, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon will feature more playable fighters than any other Mortal Kombat game to date
  • All-New Customized Kreate-A-Fighter Mode: For the first time ever in a Mortal Kombat game players will be able to use a Kreate-A-Fighter feature to create and define their fighter`s look, abilities and personality with a deep level of customization and take that unique fighter online
  • Unique Kreate-A-Fatality System: Fans now have the ability to create their own custom fatalities by stringing together a series of attacks via a series of button combos; those that prove worthy can take their very own death moves online to showcase to the world.
  • Entirely Revamped & Improved Konquest Mode: What formally served as a training mis

Amazon.co.uk Review

In a nutshell:
Billed as the last Mortal Kombat game on the current generation consoles, Armageddon sees a return to one-on-one fighting and playable cameos for every single character from the series.

The lowdown:
This isn’t another roaming beat ‘em-up, like Shaolin Monks, but rather a one-on-one beat ‘em-up that works as a sort of 3D Mortal Kombat Trilogy, with the main draw that it contains 60 different playable characters from throughout the series’ history. In part this is to make up for the fact that the game hasn’t really changed much from 2004’s Deception – although there are new aerial combos and an improved parrying system. Oddly the number of different combat styles for each character has been reduced from three to two though and the once impressive graphics are starting to look a bit long in the tooth. It remains the most accessible 3D fighter around though and still does better at carrying on the original’s legacy than many other franchise sequels.

Most exciting moment:
In order to make up for the lack of gameplay changes, Armageddon includes a huge range of extra options and game modes. The best is Konquest which is a lot more fun than the similarly named game mode in Deception, with a great little arcade adventure containing mountains of unlockables to use in the main game.

Since you ask:
Few of the other new options work as well as Konquest, with the Mario Kart style Motor Kombat being particularly dire. The Kreate-A-Fatality option is also a bit of a damp squib and the Kreate-A-Fighter is only slightly more interesting - and seems somewhat redundant considering how many characters are in the game already.

The bottom line:
An unnecessary sequel but one that’s still hard not to have fun with.-HARRISON DENT


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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Davies on 5 July 2007
I always read review for games before I buy them (usually). And saw this got a few average ones. So I ordered and played it last night and found it to be a blast. I was scared the controls would be dodgy as some people reported. But a casual gamer such as myself found it intuitive and the moves pull off, and don't find it a problem at all. Do the training first as this will hold you in good stead. Really enjoy the game, and good fun with multiplayer mode.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Bilsland on 5 Oct. 2007
MKA is a welcome addition to the Mortal Kombat Franchise. Having over 60 characters to choose from. There is a character for everyone's liking in the game, so you can play as your favourite character and beat the hell out of everything in the game.

If you get bored of fighting, you can have a go on the Motor Kombat. Choose from 10 characters and race along 5 different tracks.

Using the Wii remote on MKA does take some getting use too. But it features a mode where you can train until you are confident enough in using the Wii remote. If that isn't to your liking, you can easily change to the Gamecube controller or the Classic Controller and enjoy some button bashing.

To get the most out of MKA, you have to be patient, there is a lot in the game to get through. But it is a rewarding experience.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dr Evil TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Jun. 2007
`Mortal Kombat: Armageddon' features over 60 playable characters from all of the previous games in the series and as a big fan of the Mortal Kombat franchise, this is absolute bloody heaven.

With all the usual different modes of play like Arcade mode there's also a few others like Motor Kombat - a Mario Kart-style racing game with MK characters, making perfect use of the Wii's tilt sensitive controls. The Konquest mode, which was featured in Deadly Alliance and Deception, also returns but has been improved a lot, making it an excellent extra alongside the main game as it takes over 10 hours to complete.

The Wii controls take a little while to get used to on this game but once you've got the hang of it this game is great fun to play. Although they may not suit everyone's liking, as it will take a few goes before you'll get used to and for a normally "pick up and play" genre, this may not be the case with this on the Wii.
Firstly, the Nunchuck is used to move the character about. The C and Z buttons are used to block and change fighting type.
Swinging the Wii-remote in specific ways, combined with holding down the B button pull off special moves. A is to grab, whilst the direction buttons are various kicks and punches.

Although MKA on the Wii is good fun and has lots of content and so many characters to keep you busy, but for it's first outing on the "next-gen" consoles, I think it would have been a bigger seller if it had of been released on the Xbox 360 or Playstation 3, mainly due to some people may be put off by the unusual control method. Still a fantastic addition to the series if you are willing to give it a few goes before you can actually begin to enjoy it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aamir on 4 Oct. 2011
I needed a good fighting game for my Wii as I remembered having a lot of fun with Tekken on PS2 and with the original Mortal Kombat in the arcade. Although I read some good reviews I was still not certain how it would turn out. I have to say the result was great. I really really enjoy the game, in fact it is too addictive and I have to force myself not to play for a while otherwise this is the only game I feel like playing all the time. The moves are great, there are tons of characters to choose from and lots of fighting styles.

I have to add though, the special moves that can be executed through the Wii mote / nunchuk combination do not always work all the time but the rest of the controls are pretty straight forward. What I also like is that it includes a racing game and an RPG game as well, so you are getting 3 games in one! You can also alter the amount of blood/gore on screen because frankly the default setting is at Max and that can be quite a lot, you can also set the death traps on or off.

In short its a brilliant game which is endlessly entertaining. If you have to get one game for the Wii, get this.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. D. Harvey on 17 Jun. 2007
I was very excited about the arrival of Mortal Kombat Armageddon (MKA) on the Wii, when i saw pre-release videos showing the innovative use of the Wiimote in control the special moves of the characters. I got the game on the day of realease and the intro video had me drooling waiting to go, its sets the scence with a brilliant cut-scene. Right...into practice mode, gotta learn how to use the wiimote and nuckuck controls! ARGHHH!!!! for the first hour nearly i was getting very frustrated, yes there are 64 characters, from the classics to the new which is very very cool, but performing the special moves is not an easy task. i reckon about 50% of the time it works, the other 50% you dont know why!!! when they work its good, but linking them is even harder! the style of the game is good, graphicly its nice and clear, good battle arenas etc, but the difficulty is crazyly high, considering the difficulty in doing speical moves on a regular basis. also the d-pad on the wiimote is the a/b/x/y buttons and i dont like that personally, and there is no run function. (a bit of a gripe, only 4 specials per character it seems, bit low for MK!) Now i think MKA is a good game, and the multiplayer is the best bit, but i cant help thinking this game wil be better with the controller, which is a bit of a shame as it looked a great idea with the wiimote! My advice, rent it, try it, see if you can work with the controls 1st! its the best of the MK series, but only if you have the patience to unleash it!
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