Reviews for Mortal Kombat Bundle


The ultimate mortal kombat collection

Sharptap | June 14, 2014 | See all Sharptap's reviews »

This bundle is simply perfect. You get 4 excellent fighting games for the price of one. Mortal Kombat is and will always be one of the most influential games ever and if you havent played them all yet, this bundle is your chance to do it. The graphics of the games on the arkade collection were revolutionary at their time and their gameplay is almost perfect. The Komplete Edition is the most recent mortal kombat game, and the graphics are gorgeous. Both games are incredibly gory and they both present some gruesome fatalities (violent finisher moves) Buy this bundle, you wont regret it!


Worth, but only because of Komplete Edition

Demilisz | June 11, 2014 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

This collection is a nice catch, but only thanks to Komplete Edition being part of it. That game is brilliant even with broken netcode that makes online matches a hell. Xray attacks may be hilarious, but are good looking and fatalities are bloody as ever. If you don't own this game already then buy it right away, a good way to kill time waiting for MK X. Now Arcade Kollection are just a hastely made port from consoles that doesn't allow to change control keys inside game, the only way to make it happen is editing a config file. Not to mention it is using hated Games for Windows Live. As a nostalgic journey to the past it is ok, but not too great on the long run. Especially that Mortal Kombat Trilogy is not a part of it. The score is for MK Komplete Edition


A must have bundle for MK fans

bcf623 | June 11, 2014 | See all bcf623's reviews »

This bundle is simply amazing. It gives you full access to the arcade klassics of Mortal Kombats 1, 2, and 3, and also giving online play, which definitely beat putting quarter after quarter in at the arcade. What it also gives is the complete edition of Mortal Kombat 9 which had great graphics and was very innovative with the new x-ray moves. MK9 also had a storyline for each character that was somewhat more intriguing for some than others, but the fights were also VERY challenging at some points. The online play is also very functional and enjoyable, but now there are a lot of people whose skill will just completely blow you away. A plus side of this bundle is that it also gives the DLC characters that were added, such as Freddy Kreuger. Also, MK9 has the press your luck game mode, which is extremely fun because you spin a slot wheel that will cause a random change in the flow of the game, such as no heads, which also disables all moves the require the head or even no jumping which is a very large change to the game. Overall, I very much enjoyed myself remembering back to when I was younger with the arcade kollection, but I also had a lot of fun with the newer mortal kombat.