Dead Aliance Fatalite
A collection of fatalitys from the first MK game to hit the home system, Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance History: Taking advantage of new modern software, Mortal Kombat takes it's saga to the home consoles. With it's stunning graphics and expanded mythology, Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance dissappeared off of the shelves of stores almost immeadiately after it's release in 2002. Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance features a more precise attack system, and an 8-way run system. Fans also fell in love with the highly detailed kombatants, new and old. Each kombatant had two martial arts fighting styles, and a weapon fighting style, each one with an entirely different set of attacks. Fans fell in love with this system, as it expands the combo and attack system even further. But what really attracted the blood-thirsty fans, were nthe highly detailed, highly gruesome fatalitys. Although only limited to one fatality per character and no backround fatalitys, the Mortal Kombat team took full use of the home consoles' power and pushed the gore and detail to it's limit, creating highly realistic, and sickly awesome fatalitys.