Is Mortal Kombat XL now available for download from the PlayStation Network? Yes, it is, and you can get it right here on my website. I’ve added all the downloadable versions of the game for review. If you would like to learn a little about the game, read the story summary at the end of this article. Otherwise, you’ll see where you can find out exactly how to get this cool game.
The story is based around an ancient fight between the Netherworld evil being, the Lich King, and his loyalists, who have taken over the mystical Island of Anguish. Who do you think are the good guys and who are the bad guys in this story. The combat system is very nice too. Some of the weapons featured in the game are the Fist of the Ancients, which is a mace, staff, and shield/lightning wand combination, as well as a bo staff. Each of these is able to be modified in terms of damage and use, allowing you to change your weapon depending on the situation.
Let’s talk about the single-player campaign and combat. You basically take on the role of Raiden, a young warrior from the realm of Shimada. In order to get to the top level (which isn’t hard because there are only two levels), you have to go through a series of missions, which are easy enough to beat. However, in the single-player campaign, there’s no such thing as a level cap, so if you want to play and level up as you level up in the other modes, you’re welcome to do so. Also, you can replay any mission you wish using a remade version of the mission, so you won’t ever get to experience the frustration of the same mission being repeated. Although you can pick which map you want to play on, the only one that doesn’t have any story is the prologue.
The island warfare is what makes Island War so fun to play. For a single-player game, you get to select any island you want to attack and wage war against all your opponents. You can choose from four classes, each with its own special ability and weapons. There’s the sniper who can snipe from long range, the engineer who builds Sappers and cannons, the knight who uses Swords & Shields, the scout who can scout for enemies, and the assassin who can sneak attacks. And since you have a variety of islands to fight on, they have different attack styles, although some are essentially the same.
Island War features many different game modes and game-play variations. There’s the Story mode, which is just like the single-player versions, but you get to see the back story, including why certain characters were stranded on the Island, and how you got there. Versus mode lets you play the game against waves of AI-generated players. All these modes are available with the one-time purchase of Island War.
Island War also comes with a number of online players you can play against. Try to take out the most players in the highest levels and win the highest score you can. The leaderboards show the top players in the world at the moment, with their achievement records. There are also split-screen games available, where one player controls one island, and the other player controls several. There’s even a split-screen mode, and you can switch between using the keyboard for input and the game controller for playing the game.
There are some minor issues with Island War. First, the game maybe a little too hard for new players. It’s not really balanced, since you have a small map and lots of enemies to fight. Also, some of the weapons can be tricky to use, especially if you’re not familiar with them. If you know some basic games like Counter-Strike or other first-person shooters, you should have no problem getting over that.
Overall, Island War is an excellent online single-player action game. It’s not the best by far, but it’s definitely a step up from other similar games. Even if you don’t think you’ll like it, I recommend you try it out. Just make sure to save your progress after each game session. You’ll probably find it addictive!