Mortal Kombat: Deception (2004)

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An ancient evil has returned form beyond death and threatens the very existence of the realms. Will the Champion of the Elder Gods have the power to defeat this threat borne of deception?


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  • Richard Divizio, Elizabeth Malecki, Ho-Sung Pak, Carlos Pesina, and Daniel Pesina in Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero (1997)
  • Ho-Sung Pak in Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero (1997)

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Directors:

Ed Boon , Martin Stoltz

Writers:

Alexander Barrentine (story), Ed Boon (creator), Brian Chard (story), Jon Greenberg (story), John Vogel (story), John Vogel

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7 July 2010 | cburr1982
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| The Second Greatest Mortal Kombat Game ever!
A Kick ass game this was, it is my second favorite Mortal Kombat game behind Armageddon, Chess Kombat rocks, I am a huge fan of both Mortal Kombat and Chess, Onaga, who is the final boss of this game is the best main villain/final villain boss in my opinion and Second best Final Boss to Blaze, Puzzle Kombat was cool too, it is like Tetris, Konquest in this Mortal Kombat is probably my favorite Konquest since you can go back places basically anytime, I love how you can make your chess teams and save them to your profiles, the idea of different colored coins was very creative too, Noob Saibot and Smoke though should have been separate, it was not fair to either of them and they did not get to use weapons, there are only 3 of the 24 endings I didn't care for, the rest were good though. Characters in this game that rock are Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Noob-Smoke, Ermac, Baraka, Mileena, Jade, Li Mei (Her ending was just way out of her character there), Sindel, Kira, and Kabal, although I didn't like that the likes of Kitana, Reptile, Cyrax, Sektor, etc. weren't playable, but I also loved the story lines involving the realms and the Komidogu, overall a must have game for decades to come! S Ranking, 5 Stars and 1000/10 This series just keeps getting better.

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Genres

Action | Fantasy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

13 November 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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