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Mortal Kombat: Armageddon Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:Armageddon usually marks the end of the world, but in this case, it's the beginning of an amazing new one. Mortal Kombat: Armageddon brings the fabled franchise to Wii for the first time, with unprecedented levels of customization. The roster of fighters tops 60, giving you the most playable characters of any Mortal Kombat game to date. Konquest Mode has been expanded, going from mere training mode to a full-blown storyline. Kreate-A-Fighter Mode and the Kreate-A-Fatality System let you customize the look and ability of your fighter, then cook up your own customized fatalities. Of course, you'll perform those fatalities, and existing ones, like never before with the Wiimote.
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