Mortal Kombat moves video

Midway have released a taster video showing off some of the controls for Wii's upcoming game Mortal Kombat: Armageddon.

The game fully incorporates the Wiimote / Nunchuk, they're used to perform all the moves and it looks pretty sweet if you ask me. Purists can instead opt for the classic controller or even a Gamecube pad.

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Master Foot said:

Is this the first attempt at a fighting game incorporating the wiimote? I was always skeptical of how the Wii would handle certain fighting games.

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PHiRE said:

Looks cool and all, but I like the old style fighters where the moves AREN'T easy to do. I'll definitely try it out though.

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Zericon said:

Looks great from where I'm sittin'.

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WolfKolf said:

That. Looks. Awesome!

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Owlboy said:

Impressive.

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Knave84 said:

My grandma? How does he know?!

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Umm... said:

I'm going to try all three controllers!

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WolfKolf said:

I'm sure all the cool moves will be harder. The fatality at the end shows that they went the combo rout. I'll bet there will be a lot of that kind of stuff. Come to think about it, you can do complicated motions with the wiimote just like you would do on the thumbpad of yesteryear.

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Ian C. said:

Nice I'll get it.

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wiiman said:

This looks really fun!

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Gonzo said:

Nice!

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Jason Pilcher said:

Yeah, but the fatalities didn't have the flare I thought they'd have.

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Hexum73 said:

I was curious to see how'd they set up the control scheme, but it looks really tight! Can't wait!

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Nintendo iQue said:

Mortal Kombat totally pwns any other fighting game out there, period.

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Ekaj185 said:

God damn it that looks so kool (get it? Kool? Cool?).

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Ian C. said:

I rip someone's spine with the wiimote, cool.

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TruBlu said:

Hey Nintendo iQue, you forgot about Brawl.

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