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Tuesday, 18 November 2008

Mortal Kombat v DC Universe - Every Fatality / Brutality finishing move

I think my favourites are the 2 finishing moves that Deathstroke does. Which is yours?HOME / FORUM.


Anonymous said...

Okay, first things first, of all the brutality/fatalities, i liked the joker ones best.

but then again, where's the gore? the spine ripping, skull crushing, organ tearing mortal kombat magic i love?

and where's Cyrax????? come on, they should have left sonja or something out.

and the hero brutalities, the opponent doesnt die? they just seem stuck in the ground, or knocked of their feet.

I understand this is supposed to be a game for all ages, but every kid i knew, played mortal kombat, and loved it because of the gore and the insane/unreal fatalities.

Did marvel disliked the idea of supermans eyes getting popped out or something?
because if they did, they (maybe) have ruined a perfect game (i dont know if they did, i never played it).

thats all i have to say.

Anonymous said...

Daan- you mean DC, not marvel. and of course they don't want their heroes killing.