Video:Fatalities and Finishing Moves for Mortal Kombat: Armageddon - PS2with Chris Davis
Fatalities are the most fun part of Mortal Kombat games, and Mortal Kombat: Armageddon on the PS2 is no different. This video from About.com will show you some of the most entertaining fatalities and finishing moves in Mortal Kombat: Armageddon.See Transcript
Transcript:Fatalities and Finishing Moves for Mortal Kombat: Armageddon - PS2
Hi, I'm Chris Davis for About.com. Beating your opponent at Mortal Kombat: Armageddon on the PlayStation 2 is rewarding, but the real payoff is to perfect a great finishing move.
There are a variety of finishing moves that you can master to take out your enemy. Here are a few to get you started. All of these moves can be completed once you receive the instructions to "Finish" the fight.
Basic Combos for Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
Combos are impressive. A swift kick to the groin, Down, Down, Square, followed by a knee to the head, Forward, Forward, Square, is a great move. Also, try Down, Down, X to break an arm, followed by Up, Up, Triangle to rip an arm off.
Although not a combo, a double arm rip is cool: Back, Forward, Triangle.
Different Mortal Kombat Fatalities
Forward, Forward, Triangle will rip out a heart, while Down, Down, Triangle will tear out some ribs. Try Up, Up, Circle to perform a head rip. Or you could smash their head, press Forward, Forward, Circle. Another great combo to try, Forward, Forward, Triangle, rips out a thigh bone, while Down, Down, Circle rips out the spine. To complete a torso rip press Forward, Back, Circle.
Mastering Fatality Combos
Once you have mastered some of these moves, try stringing together multiple combos for maximum carnage. A double arm rip, heart rip, followed by a spine rip is a great way to "Finish" your opponent. With a little practice, you will achieve a flawless victory with a deadly fatality.
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