Mortal Kombat: Armageddon has a cast of 62 characters, including the return of legendary Mortal Kombat characters such as Reptile, Shang Tsung, and Goro. The improved Konquest mode (story/adventure mode) improves on previous versions but is shorter in length. There are now 64 venues (including rebuilt versions of old locales) with their adaptations, such as the absurd number of stage fatalities (fatalities are a fancy manner of murdering your opponent, including traditional tactics such as the “spine-rip” or “arm-break”).
You can design and dress your character in regular or new clothing in the new Kreate-a-character mode. As previously said, fatalities are a fancy means of killing your opponent and are entertaining. At the end of a fight, various button pushes and combos will sometimes trigger fatality mode, and if the right buttons are pushed, the fatality can create a chain of fatalities. You can redesign these finishers using the Kreate-a-fatality.
The arrival of “Motor Kombat,” a racing mini-game modeled after Nintendo’s Mario Kart, is perhaps the most humorous addition for veteran fans. Sub-Zero, Bo’ Rai Cho, Scorpion, Mileena, Kitana, Johnny Cage, Jax, Cyrax, Baraka, and Raiden are among the ten characters available in Motor Kombat. From Raiden’s electricity to Scorpion’s spear assault, each super-deformed driver unleashes their signature move on opponents. The themed courses also have hazards, such as lava lakes, spikes, fire, etc. Motor Kombat can accommodate four players in a split-screen mode or up to eight online.