Kenny on Create A Legend mode wrote:I was fumbling around with the controls and making a lot of mistakes. If you’re about realism in NBA games, but you lack the experience in this type of game mode, I’d suggest starting with a player like Kwame; it really does feel like an authentic experience straight off the bat.
shadowgrin wrote:Quick question: who is better in basketball, a black dude or a pinoy dude. If you thought or considered for a moment that it's the black dude then you're also a little bit racist.
End of any racist discussion.
NetherRealm Studios must add significant new ideas to the next Mortal Kombat game, according to the series' longstanding creative director Ed Boon.
Boon told CVG that his Chicago studio has not yet begun work on the successor to the highly acclaimed 2011 Mortal Kombat reboot, and suggested that work on the game is earmarked for next generation systems.
"Just philosophically, I don't think we could take the approach of doing the same thing but adding new characters in our next Mortal Kombat game," he said.
"We definitely want to do something new with it, we feel we have to introduce something into the mix."
Andrew wrote:Yeah, he's pretty cheap, even more so than in the originals. There are a few good strategy videos out there but the method I've found most effective is to get as far away as possible and spam a projectile, hit an x-ray move when you can, then repeat. He'll make it easier by taunting a whole lot. For characters like Raiden and Scorpion that also have a flying/teleport attack, you can also add that to the mix. It's cheap, but I say he brings it on himself.
Thierry • wrote:Axel, this game is still on my list! Will get it as soon as I get my paycheck
Axel. wrote:When it's Shao Kahn, I consider it okay to be as cheap as possible, since he's also really cheap himself, more so than the Shokan.
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