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Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe 2

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This is the sequel to 'daddy kevin jacobs

s. DC Universe.

StoryEdit

Main article: Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe 2's Story Mode

The Mortal Kombat Universe has changed since the conclusion of MK vs DC. Heroes have fallen and a new generation of Kombatants must carry the burden of protecting the realm from invasion. The fallen Elder God Shinnok and his cohort, Quan Chi; seek allies from the other realms to aid them in their Konquest of Earthrealm. Shinnok bridges an alliance with the galactic super-computing entity, Brainiac; in the hopes that the two can merge the realms for mutual benefit.

Sensing a new merger of the Realms, Raiden decides to make contact with his allies in the Earth-One in preparation for the coming war. The rage had returned to both dimensions. New allegiances and rivalries will be formed; among friend and foe.

Story Mode ChaptersEdit

The story of Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe 2 is told in 24 Chapters. Prominent Characters that are non-playable include Lex Luthor, Atrocious, Dr. Fate, Amazo, Bo' Rai Cho, Fujin, Havik, and Onaga.

Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe 2

Johnny Cage

Aquaman

Kung Jin

Batgirl

Kotal Kahn

Zatanna

Raiden

Superman

Jacqui Briggs

Batgirl

Lobo

Scorpion

Starfire

Sonya Blade

Wonder Woman

Cassie Cage

CharactersEdit

Baraka

Kung Jin

Aquaman

Killer Frost

Cassie Cage

Mileena

Batgirl

Lobo

D'Vorah

Quan Chi

Circe

Metamorpho

Ermac

Cockthruster

Cyborg

Nightwing

Erron Black

Reiko

Deathstroke

Orion

Ferra/Torr

Sareena

Doomsday

Plastic Man

Jacqui Briggs

Scorpion

Eclipso

Raven

Jax

Sonya Blade

Etrigan

Solomon Grundy

Johnny Cage

Sub-Zero

Flash

Starfire

Kano

Takeda

Green Arrow

Superman

Kenshi

Tanya

Green Lantern

Wonder Woman

Kotal Kahn

Tremor

Harley Quinn

Zatanna

Shinnok

Brainiac

Onazago

DLC:

Liu Kang

Shang Tsung

Batman

Catwoman

Kitana

Goro

Shazam

Lex Luthor

ArenasEdit

  • Fortress of Solitude
  • Gotham City
  • Metropolis
  • Themyscira
  • The Watchtower
  • The Dead Woods
  • The Sky Temple
  • Lin Kuei Palace
  • Outworld Market
  • Special Forces Lab

GameplayEdit

Gameplay has carried over from MKX and Injustice. Fighting occurs on a 2-D plane, with the ability to interact with background elements such as projectiles or springboards. Due to the introduction of X-RAY attacks from the previous installments, the X-RAY carries over to MK v DCU 2. At the first indicator of the meter, the player is allowed to perform an interrupt action by performing a perfect block. The second indicator allows for the player to actuate their RAGE meter. A player in RAGE acts identically to the previous MK vs DCU, it protects a player from being stunned and boosts a characters damage potential. The maximum indicator allows for the X-RAY move; which allows a character to perform a series of damaging attacks for a large portion of damage.

In Story Mode, players again join a side. Since this time the heroes and villains band together instead of with their separate universes; the heroes and villains are collaborating beyond their two universes to come out ontop. Independent villains like Eclipso are using the heroes and villains RAGE against each other; while other characters simply fight to prove dominance. The main campaign focuses on 16 chapters that drives the plot of the campaign to its conclusion.

Ladder also makes a return, featuring a sub-boss of either Shinnok or Brainiac, the final boss of Onazago, and animated ending for each character. Training mode which allows players to hone their skills with their chosen character. The Fatality Practice Mode returns, renamed Finisher Practice, where the button combinations for the Fatality/Heroic Brutality are shown above, and a green square on the ground indicates the correct distance for the finisher to work. If the player moves away from the square, it turns red, indicating that the Fatality/Heroic Brutality will not be executed. This time, either finisher can be selected instead of only showing the first finisher, which required players to pause the game and look for the alternate finisher in the move list. Lastly, the Krypt is available from the start with alternate costumes, concept art, development videos, and more to purchase.

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