As you'd expect, all gameplay levels take place at night, and you'll find yourself fighting in a decent variety of areas, ranging from the Himalayan temple at the outset, to abandoned warehouses, Wayne Manor, and the best level in the game, Arkham Asylum. From time to time you'll also see a picture-in-picture screen pop up, which can show you nearby conversations between enemies or a security-camera view. The star-studded cast of the film lent their voices and likenesses to the game. Most of the levels involve typical platforming schemes, although some levels require some searching and investigation one involves the Batmobile. However, I do like challenging games, and although it lacked challenging missions that tested your thinking, it was still fun I really enjoyed the movie! Batman's famous utility belt comes into play, as different gadgets allow him to reach remote areas, survey situations from a safe location, and unleash surprise attacks. The Batmobile: Tear up the streets and rooftops of Gotham in the Batmobile.
I really am not usually into that kind of game, but this one I really enjoyed, mainly because it had Batman in it, despite the fact that he was represented rather poorly. Electronic Arts and Warner Bros. There's no buildup or cleverly toying with your enemies, forcing them to separate. He returns to Gotham and unveils his alter-ego: Batman, a masked crusader who uses his strength, intellect and an array of high tech deceptions to fight the sinister forces that threaten the city across 14 Gotham City locales. Also it can be very fun finishing off the baddies. Now for the final verdict. As Batman, you must use your strength and an array of Step into the shadows of Gotham City's dangerous criminal underworld as Batman.
Features and reprising their roles of Batman and the Joker respectively. You can climb up fences, double-jump and mantle up onto ledges, swing across wires, crawl across ceiling pipes, and grapple up to high places. The game also features two shooting levels, one in which Batman is driving the Batmobile and another when he is piloting the Batskiboat. There are many ways to incapacitate enemies with stealth, using various combat and martial arts techniques. To do that, a simple fear mechanic is included in the game. Features , , and from , reprising their roles of Batman, the Joker, and Harley Quinn respectively. Archived from on August 21, 2008.
However, that is not what he is in reality, and that kind of upsets me. Having left the Justice League in Flash and Green Lantern's care, Batman works to prepare for another battle with Superman even in semi-retirement. It's between the average representation of Batman, and the God awful representation in The Dark Knight. The only scene in the game that is not taken from the film is a second car chase with the Tumbler in which Batman attempts and fails to stop the theft of the microwave emitter that Ra's Al Ghul will use in his attack on Gotham. You are very limited in your fighting moves and your environment.
Comments This is the best Batman yet. This isn't even to say that there's no combat in the game, because there is. Whereas most games require straightforward fighting, Batman Begins features the utilization of the environment to frighten opponents, which may cause them to drop their weapons. This game is incredibly uncreative. Sources actually describe this game as being similar to the gameplay in the Splinter Cell series, in that it is very stealth-intensive and requires much manipulation of the environment. The game's story follows the film almost exactly.
Basically, there was only one way to do a mission. Neeson is fantastic as Ducard, and most of the other actors also contribute nicely. Do what I did after playing this, replay Ninja gaiden or go out and buy Ninja gaiden black. Xbox Previews Mar 25, 2005 Even though he's one of the most legendary characters in comics, Batman has starred in some pretty insipid videogames. The plot concerns villains and , who have joined forces to steal ornamental eggs. Later, at Wayne Manor, Batman and Maxwell battle and his minions. It's not going to win any awards, but it's fun and much better than the typical movie cash-in.
The film's original cast provided a voice-over reprisal in the game, with the exception of , who portrays , replaced by Gavin Hammon. Archived from on December 10, 2014. It features the ability to play up to 2 player simultaneously as either Batman or Robin. Batman Begins is a game released in 2005 to coincide with the movie of the same name, and it adheres to the plot very closely. And that's about all there is to it. Stalking criminals from the shadows, gamers will discover new ways to paralyze thugs with fear before engaging in hand-to-hand combat, or interrogating them. Drive the batmobile of course.
The fighting looks like crap and the mechanics are really sloppy, Im cosidered by most to be a This game was terrible to say the least. As Batman you have a variety of moves and gadgets at your disposal. After you spend about seven or eight hours to beat the game, you unlock numerous bonus items, such as interviews with the movie cast, galleries, and more. Though it borrows numerous conventions from other great action adventure franchises, the elements don't end up coming together very well, resulting in a game that feels less than the sum of its parts. For example, at the docks, the player learns specifically how Falcone was hoisted on a crane and how Batman infiltrated. The Bat Utility Belt: Delve deep into the ultimate arsenal of high-tech crime fighting gadgets, including the Batgrapple, Batarang, Optic Cables and Lock Picks. It lacked the really cool gadgets in the movie that I loved, and the games combat needed a liitle ommph to make it truely enjoyable.
This is consistent with Mortal Kombat's graphics at the time. If he doesn't, you punch him again and again until you get the information. Throughout the game there are over 20 clips from the film that give context to the story. I hated missing a ledge or rope and falling next to 3 enemies and getting blown to bits. A version of the game was planned, but subsequently canceled.
The player can use bat-gadgets, some of which are vital to complete a stage. While the game is still worth a look for Batman fans, you can't help but feel that an opportunity was missed to make something more special. The animation in the game can get stilted and spotty at times, but overall the character designs are good and definitely fit the game's brooding theme. He returns to Gotham and unveils his alter-ego: Batman, a masked crusader who uses his strength, intellect and an array of high tech deceptions to fight the sinister forces that threaten the city across 14 Gotham City locales. Turning traditional stealth-based gameplay on its ear - by allowing gamers to play the hunter, rather than the hunted - Batman Begins delivers the Batman universe as never before.