Nov 14, 2007
Contrary to the arcade ports of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 now available over Xbox Live Arcade and packaged with the PS2 version of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, Ultimate Mortal Kombat for DS is not "arcade perfect" - it's even better, and by far the best version of the game available.
Though the core gameplay is unchanged, developer Other Ocean Interactive has added several improvements to keep Midway's 12 year-old classic fresh. By far the most useful addition is an onscreen moves
Disappointingly for an old-school police adventure, at no point in Unsolved Crimes are you required to slide across the hood of a sports car. In fact, apart from the wah-wah-esque music, there’s not a lot about this game that exploits its ’70s setting. But that’s not really a problem, as the important business here is solving crimes. Obviously.
Pixar’s latest animated movie, about an old guy who floats his house away on loads of balloons, is reportedly excellent, but as we have played the actual game, we feel more confident in offering an opinion on that. And our opinion is this: it’s kind of lousy.