The seventh entry in the ongoing fighting series is a full-blown armageddon, bringing together every bloodletting character in Mortal Kombat history as well as adding new characters eager for violence. Also featured are Create-A-Fighter mode, Create-A-Fatality mode, and a brand new Konquest mode. Exclusively with the Wii and its unique controller set, 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.
Product Features & Details
- 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.
|Game||Mortal Kombat: Armageddon|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Genre||Fighting||Number of Players||1-2|
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