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Mortal Kombat: Deception

Released October 4, 2004 · consists of 7 releases.

The sixth installment in the violent fighting game franchise, introducing a manual "Combo Breaker" system and online multiplayer while adding a more in-depth Konquest Mode.


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marino
· September 12, 2022

More Kontent Than You Could Imagine

Mortal Kombat Deception is the sixth original fighting game in the MK franchise. Although Mortal Kombat has been one of the most beloved (and hated for separate reasons) franchises in all of gaming, it has certainly had it's ups and downs from each game to the next. Many gamers believe that MKII wa...
danryback
· December 22, 2021

More kontent, improved kombat, and an actual story with the konquest mode - a komplete game!

Deception is definitely the peak of the PS2 era of Mortal Kombat for me. It adds some depth to the gameplay, and some new features that fit in just fine with the violent motif of the series. The konquest mode, in particular, is a highlight for me, although it may get annoying for other players sinc...
sadsady
· March 17, 2009

Yeah best fighting game ever !

After Deadlly Alliance .Here it was Deception released to be one of the most epic fighting games ever .Should I start with thebackground or the death traps or even the styles of fighting game .The gameplay ios just like MKDA but with manu new features .Konquest mode is just epic and well designed .It is very much better than any other fighting game outside there ...
sohail12345
· August 08, 2008

One of the best Fighting games

Mortal Kombat Is One Of the best fighting games on the Ps2. it would not be MK with Out brutal violence and deception does not dissapoint on this factor. The only problem with this game is the characters they is not that many of them in this game. They Have Brought in a new game modes called puzzle kombat which is tetris with an evil MK twist to it and the other is chess kombat which also delivers an evil twist. The Story line is about this young warrior called shujinko which is trained with man...

skrutop
· July 22, 2008

The new game modes don't make up for the same old boring kombat.

Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance was released to pretty good reviews and decent sales. So it's not surprising that Mortal Kombat: Deception doesn't mess with MK:DA's successful formula too much. Rather, Deception adds onto what Dark Alliance began by introducing a host of new game types, characters, and a very long quest mode. I didn't like MK:DA's fighting. It was stiff, shallow, and generally not fun. Deception retains the same fighting engine, but it does make a couple of improvements. The fir...

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Specific release details

Mortal Kombat: Deception Kollector's Edition
Mortal Kombat: Deception Kollector's Edition
Platform Xbox
Region United States
Developer
Publisher
Release date October 04, 2004
Product code 031719900467
Company code None
Rating ESRB: M
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes N/A

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