Great Multiplayer, nice gamplay. Great MK game !!

User Rating: 8.5 | Mortal Kombat PS3

Graphics: 8,5
Soundtrack: 7,5
Characters: 9,0
Gameplay: 8,5
Re-play: 8,0

Very nice to play with someone, great MK and a nice action/fight game, having a lote of playable characters.

A new feature is the "super meter", which can be charged by various actions during battle such as performing special moves, getting hits blocked by the opponent, or getting hit by them. The super meter can be charged to three levels, each of them enabling a different action to be performed. At the first level, it can be used to deliver an enhanced version of one of the character's special attacks; two levels can be used to interrupt a combo attack, and the full three levels allow for the delivery of a special attack called an "X-ray move". The X-ray move unleashes a series of attacks during which the camera provides an internal view of the character being attacked, which shows their bones and organs being broken or ruptured.

Extra features include a story mode during which the player gets to play as multiple characters, a Fatality training mode (allowing players to practice executing finishing moves), the Challenge Tower, tag team fighting, and an online mode. The Challenge Tower mode is a single-player option includes 300 specific challenges of various difficulties providing currency rewards upon completion; players have the option of using in-game currency to bypass other difficult challenges, completing them later. Amongst the various challenges are "Test Your Might" (rapidly pressing buttons and using specific timing to destroy blocks of varying difficulty), "Test Your Sight" (following an object hidden under a cup or skull and revealing the object after a shuffle), "Test Your Strike" (destroying a specific block in a stack) and "Test Your Luck" (battles with certain conditions, such as no jumping). The four-player tag-team feature is an original feature, allowing two players to play together. During tag gameplay, two new types of attack become available. The first of them are "tag assist" attacks, in which the off-screen character temporarily jumps in and performs certain attacks during the active character's combo. The other are "tag kombos", in which the active character performs a combo that is finished by the off-screen character as they enter the fight.