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A some-what original spin on the "Mortal Kombat" mythos. This "teaser" is more grounded in reality than the video game and previous films. Which is good in some ways but also not so good in others. For example (spoiler alert); the characters of 'Reptile' and 'Baraka' are no longer strange mutants from 'Outworld' but psychotic humans who engineer their own deformities i.e. piercing the face and attaching blades to the arms....which is cool and different, yes - but it's not as cool as the whole "outworld" mythology of a whole other race of humanoid/mutant types. Shang Tsung is no longer an evil sorcerer but an evil mob boss??? Um....no!

At first I thought I was viewing a trailer of a new Mortal Kombat movie. I can't believe the quality of this short film.It's atmosphere is so dark and tense that remind me of a horror movie. I hope they ask this director for the next Mortal Kombat movie. The characters are excellent and they don't have super unnatural powers. They are real twisted people. A thriller background can be feel all around the film and puts Mortal Kombat franchise on another level. This is not for kids but hardcore fans of the first game are now grown up (at least 25 years old) so that's not a problem.

That's not to say that this 'teaser' trailer/short film isn't any good. It's shot surprisingly well and has a pretty good cast including Michael Jai White as 'Jax'!!! Obviously a bit of money was spent and it is very polished in it's appearance. The action sequences are good but not amazing and it's definitely nothing we've never seen before! It works fine as a stand alone feature but I personally hope the next Mortal Kombat film isn't like this one. Cast Michael Jai White by all means but add some fantasy back into it.

With Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 on Xbox 360 the timing and game play from the original game are duplicated very close to perfectly. The best thing is that the timing and game play work just as well for online matches. However if you happen to find an opponent who has a slow internet connection there may be some lag time.

The whole "grounded in reality" pitch is interesting at best but it just does not work for Mortal Kombat which is supposed to be as far away from reality as possible! Punching people across a room whilst they spew litres upon litres of blood only to get up and retaliate by punching the opponent's head clean-off is common Mortal Kombat fodder, as is shooting ice/lightning/crazy spears from your hands, shooting lasers from your eyes, knocking people from one arena to another, turning opponent's into babies and performing gory and over-the-top finishing moves known as Fatalities! Realism out the window and all the better for it!!! Call me a purist or whatever you want but that's what made Mortal kombat so great and original in the first place.

Given that Unchained is based on Deception, it includes most of the same relative strengths and weaknesses in this game. So besides the one-on-one fighting game in the heart of the experience, you get a few quirky extras in the form of chess kombat and puzzle kombat. The former adds a basic strategic layer on top of one-on-one matches, in a nod to the classic computer game Archon. The latter is a competitive puzzle game inspired by the great Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo. These were exciting extras in 2004, but their news value outweighed by their quality or lasting appeal, and which now will appeal to far away for anyone who has played these conditions before. Unchained also packs in a story-driven mode called "Konquest" which comes in a lot of the large, extended fiction of Mortal Kombat universe, with numbingly bad pacing and voice acting, plus tons of pedantic tutorials. Noticeably long loading times bog down these extras, and one-on-one matches where you're stuck waiting around 20 seconds in between a typical game. Fortunately, there is a new endurance mode that lets you take successive opponents without much interruption, and that about does it for this game is new content.

Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Xbox 360 is the descendant of the original Mortal Kombat that was so popular in the early 90's. There were two well known fighting games at that time, MK and Street Fighter. Each of those games had their strong points and each was original and had many new features. Originally MK had a realistic look with vicious finishing moves and violent fatalities. Each new version of the game has become more graphic and extreme. The original Mortal Kombat was known as a mile marker in the history of fighting games because of the never before seen block button and digitized actors.

Although it has a brand new subtitle, Mortal Kombat: Unchained for the PlayStation Portable is basically a straight port of 2004's Mortal Kombat: Deception for PlayStation 2, with longer loading times and no online play. Contrary to what one might expect, it is not based on autumn's Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, though it does not throw a few of that installment added characters. Seeing as there is so little new content in Mortal Kombat: Unchained, it is difficult to recommend Mortal Kombat fans, unless they really want a version of Deception to have on the go.

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All up it is still worth a watch especially if you're a fan of Mortal Kombat and let's face it....it could have been worse....it could have been "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation"!!!

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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 for the Xbox 360 offers an online version of this classic arcade game. There has recently been a retro-gaming revolution with the re-introduction or re-building of classic 2D arcade games in versions that work for online play using the Xbox 360. This version of Ultimate Mortal Kombat offers improved sound effects, great music, versus screen codes online, and a four player versus challenge mode to give players an improved arcade experience on the Xbox 360.

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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 on the Xbox 360 gives players a whole new slant on this classic arcade game and by offering the ability to go online players will never have to search for an opponent amongst their friends.

Sadly for those who are not familiar with Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Xbox 360 moves there is no move list or information included with the game download. This means you have to remember or locate a list somewhere in order to be able to perform moves such as finishing moves, and each individual fighter's special moves.

Lets get to the point! Mortal Kombat since the beginning of its time had the blood and gore that the fans desired which of coarse the content of the game was granted. The next 3 years it was 1995, Mortal Kombat the movie! hits theatres with a smash box-office performance! I saw Mortal Kombat and was greatly amazed of the cool action fighting scenes I had viewed. The actors nailed their characters great! all of them I could say...something else I really was not mad about not seeing was the blood nor gore! it really didn't occur to me! but whatever the movie was still damn good! 1997, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation comes to theatres! okay lets say out of the two, this movie wasn't to smashing of a sequel! but it had some potential, but once again the first movie had the highest credits! then many years pass, more and more Mortal Kombat games come out with raging hardcore violence. Well the games are pretty much finished, well we do have a new game coming out for the PS3, X-Box 360 and other game consoles. Other then that it looks pretty decent! Now I saw a scene clip out of the new movie Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, and I must say I was overwhelmed with bloody gore content it had! This is what Mortal Kombat represents! This what Mortal Kombat needs to make the movie alive and well, and it looks like a reality in the urban city. Which features corruption, a dark atmosphere which shows how the movie takes place, and how the characters have a everyday struggle to fight for their lives, looking at the scene clip from my point of view! also featuring brutal fighting! a dark environment which really has a good representation of the movie, most likely this movie will have fatalities which the two previous movies didn't have. And maybe for once we can see death traps, something that the two previous films didn't have either, which I believe it can turn out to be a sick-twist to this film. If this film does ends up becoming a full-length movie, which I hope it does! we should see more of the bloody gore content the fans have been dying to see over the past decade in the Mortal Kombat film industry. And hopefully for once, this movie can redeem itself from the two previous films and can come to a great start and have something done right for the Mortal Kombat franchise.

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Over the years Mortal Kombat has gone through several versions and improvements, adaptations to different consoles and now the addition of online game play. Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Xbox 360 is a surprisingly accurate version of the original arcade game. The game download Mortal Kombat 3 Xbox 360 is running around $10 and the ability to play online is surely worth that price. After all Mortal Kombat was never much fun to play alone, by going online players can get a real challenge by fighting against other online players any time day or night.

The online play of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Xbox 360 offers two different modes. The "one on one" fight which can be played as a ranked or unranked game or the unranked only mode "versus challenger" provides different styles of matches and different challenges. Four separate players can connect and wait their turn in a winner continues set of matches. The players who are not participating in the match can watch the fighting while they wait for their turn.

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