An ancient evil has returned from beyond death and threatens
the very existence of the realms. Will the champion of the
Elder Gods have the power to defeat the threat borne of deception...?
Kombat: Unchained delivers a deep fighting game for PSP
owners. With multiple fatalities per character, multi-tiered
interactive backgrounds, extensive game modes, six new fighters,
and a new endurance mode the latest addition to the range
gives the fighting genre another kick in the pants.
six new fighters, exclusive to the PSP release, include Kitana,
Jax, Frost, Blaze, Goro and Shao Kahn. Different modes include
a straight forward championships, chess, Konquest, and puzzle.
All modes help to keep the game fresh and provide something
of fun for everyone. It
was a shame that the chess moves were not the same as regular
chess, but then I suppose that would have alienated a lot
of gamers who can't play chess.
you're new to the franchise, or just want to learn how to
fight properly on the PSP version, then the Konquest adventure
game is the place to start - as this opens with an explanation
of the main attack and defence moves and slowly guides your
through combos etc. Sure, you can just jump into the main
game, but you might find yourself being beaten to a pulp by
the higher level characters - especially the huge Onaga boss.
of the characters comes equipped with three different fighting
styles - which help to spice things up a little. To be honest
though, for those who are just going to button mash there
way through (not a good idea though as this is not that effective
in this game) the two weaponless styles may seem a little
similar. But, learn all three of your styles and you'll stand
a better chance of defeating your opponent.
the extra content also proves to be entertaining. From the
main menu you can visit the huge "Krypt" where you
can buy some interesting extras. Each grave has a different
coloured icon on it (each colour denotes a type of currency)
along with the amount of that currency you will need to open
it. Play a few battles in the main game modes and you will
be given some cash with which to unlock some of the extra
content. And this is where the fun begins. There are hundreds
of graves to be unlocked - a lot of which contain more money
to allow you to open even more graves - and I spent ages unlocking
as much content as possible. Extras include movies (including
some great outtakes), production art; soundtrack music clips;
new costumes; and pictures of some of the people behind the
gory, it's frantic and it's fun. What more could you want
from a Mortal Kombat game?
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