This game is best played w/ the classic controller because if you know how to use it correctly it's much more affective. Create a fighter is so much fun but you have to have a lot of coins which you can get in the Conquest easy ranking (6, 10 being the hardest) and the arcade version easy ranking (4 if you know the controls and 8 if not) a good tip it's almost impossible not to defeat Blaze w/ Le Mei. Back to Create a fighter, (if you have a lot of coins) you can purchase CRAZY powers from other characters such as ice-ball (Frost) you can freeze your opponent for a decent amount of time then you can shatter them with anything even another power. For my female the powers I chose for my character were Black Magic (you can shoot powerful green dark magic from your hands), Ice Ball, Tricky Portal, Aussie Bulldog. For a male character telefury, target practice, sliding uppercut, boot Camp, and chaos ax kick. Picking characters. Female: Jade, Le Mai, Tanya, and Melina. Male: Scorpion, Camelion, and noob. Enjoy.
For Mortal Kombat fans everyone, this game breathes life back into the series. Not that it ever really ran out of breath (in my opinion), but this game really takes the cake. Having every fighter from all the games available is awesome. I liked the reduced fighting styles.
The Kreate-a-Fatality system is awesome. Getting to be kreative with how you finish them off is a real treat than having to watch the same old fatalities over and over and over ( not that I don't love some of them). I didn't use the wii mote so I can't say much about it from personal experience, But all my friends love using it so that couldn't have been bad.
The Konquest mode I actually enjoyed playing. My only problem was that you couldn't finish them at the end of the fight. And tell me you did't freak out when you found out you could kreate your own Fighter (My guy > your guy). It's awesome. The game is awesome. Long live Mortal Kombat!