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Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu - PlayStation 2

by Ubisoft
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews) 63 / 100

Price: $33.00
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Platform: PlayStation2
  • No manual, includes disc, case, and cover art. Disc condition ranges from flawless to scratched but is guaranteed to work.

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Platform: PlayStation2
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00009ZVHV
  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 16, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,847 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation2

Product Description

Battle the evil forces of Gotham City by yourself or with a friend. Two Players can fight the forces of evil as the Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin; or choose to control Nightwing or Batgirl!

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Batman faces a new enemy unlike any he has faced before. The faceless foe plunges Gotham City into chaos on the night of the anniversary of Bruce Wayne’s parents’ murder. Who is responsible for unleashing havoc on Gotham City? The truth will be revealed.

A brand-new villain for the Batman universe: Sin Tzu, cunning master of strategy and martial arts, makes history as the first Batman character to debut in a video game. To commemorate this event, DC Comics and Warner Bros. have showcased the talents of veteran scriptwriter Flint Dille and renown comic book artist, Jim Lee as Sin Tzu's co-creators and character designers.

2-Player simultaneous action: Battle the evil forces of Gotham City by yourself or with a friend. Two Players can fight the forces of evil as the Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin; or choose to control Nightwing or Batgirl!

Four infamous super-villains: Battle Batman's most infamous enemies including Bane, Clayface, Scarecrow and the new formidable foe - Sin Tzu, all appearing for the first time in a videogame.

Batman's gadgets: Utilize Batman’s arsenal such as the Batarang, Grappling Hook, and Smoke Bombs.

35 Batman attacks: Topple Sin Tzu's soldiers of crime with more than 35 martial arts moves and combos.

12 levels: Defend Gotham City through the Gotham City Docks, Crime Alley, and Arkham Asylum.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Batman returns with the gang November 17, 2003
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
The premise was so promising: Play not only as Batman, but as Robin, Batgirl, and (finally!) Nightwing! Put them doing some amazing moves, and throw in a villian created by Jim Lee (of the "Hush" storyline earlier this year). How could you lose? Well, they somehow found a way. Fighting is cool at first, and as you "buy" the more impressive moves, it looks better at each turn. Unfortunately, the game's levels are identical. You either rescue the civilians or diffuse the bombs before they go off. After doing that for an eternity, you are rewarded with a boss battle, then it's back to the timed events. Unfortunately, the cooler moves you purchase take a few seconds to execute, and when you're timed, you can't afford to use those precious moments to look good. If they'd removed the timer, it would have been ok. If they'd scored on style and finesse, it would be ok. If they'd just give you a little free movement here and there rather than "go down this hall, now turn right", it would be ok. Instead, we are given the same basic level a hundred times and are penalized for doing fancy stuff with it. If they'll keep the premise and redo the game completely, they'll have a winner on their hands. As it is, it's a rental that you'll bore of long before it's due back.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good old-school "Beat 'em up" featuring ALL the Bat-Gang September 29, 2003
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
A throwback to those "beat the heck out of everyone" games that were all the rage back through the mid 90's.
The newest Batman game finally does something that no other game based on the Dark Knight has done:
Allow you to play as Nightwing, Robin, Batgirl, or the big man himself in two-player, side-by-side action!
Each character comes with their own fighting style and moves. It's about darned time!
The gameplay is very nice and intuitive. You'll get a good feel for the attack system within the first minute or two; Punch, kick, jump, grapple...
It has more finesse than the old punch-fest-games, which allows for more repeat gameplay and less repetitiveness. You can use combinations to perform special moves, time your hits for special attacks and assist the other player in combat to get bonus points and perform kicka$$ stunts.

Of course, what would a Batman game be without the gadgets, and this one has 'em; grapple guns, smoke bombs, batarangs, and a grip more stuff I've forgotten at this time...
The character of Sin Tzu was created for the game specially by comic book writer Jim Lee. The developers are hoping that the game will be enough of a success and that the fans will like the character enough that they can incorporate him into the Batman comic universe like they did with Harley Quinn from the Batman: Animated cartoon.
I dunno about that, but I DO know that I'm looking forward to wasting many hours in front of my T.V. with a buddy when this one hits the streets for all the game systems the end of October!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Batman of the Rings July 26, 2004
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Batman of the Rings.

This has got to stop. Given the sheer quality of the Batman animated series, it blows me away that the games can be so sub-par. The games appear to be made for six year olds while the series itself often deals with concepts and ideas that are beyond them. How many other animated series have people dragged into drug rehab centers to see what drugs do to their kids or the level of sexual tension between Batman and Catwoman? There is no reason that I can see that a Batman or Superman game cannot approach the level of quality in game play that can be achieved by such titles as the Legacy of Kain series, Spider-Man or even SOCOM.

In playing through Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu, it dawned on me that I was probably going to wear out my Xbox controller given the sheer number of times I had to mash the buttons just to beat up wave after wave of bad guys. Quite literally, you are a one man (or woman) army against a never ending parade of thugs- Batman never beat up this many guys in an entire season of the cartoon! And it's always the same- work your way through some goons before you can move to the next area, (you cannot progress down a hallway thanks to invisible force fields that fade once you whack the previous area's bad guys), and pray you do it fast enough before the civilian dies or the bomb explodes. I hate artificial limitations in games- it smacks of bad design. I expect obstacles, but not overly obvious time wasters.

Either this game uses the Lord of the Rings game engine, or its an incredibly accurate copy. The game play is the same- earn XP to buy combat moves and special abilities or coins to unlock trophies to view.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Jerry
Platform for Display:PlayStation2
I bought this game for my 6 year old son because Batman Dark Tomorrow for PS2 now has no release date (it was Jan. 28, 2004) I played and didn't get very far but when we played 2-players we got through many levels. I read reviews that said the game was hard, the controls were hard, but when I saw that it was $19.99 what could I lose? This game has been fun and now I ask my son to play it with me. The key to winning is two-players (team work) The moves are cool the gadets are fun to use. Graphics are exciting. Go get it. It is well worth it, especially for $19.99!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Played it with my nephew for many years
Published 10 days ago by kevin b.
4.0 out of 5 stars I like it
I finally beat that game it took me a year to beat it sin Tzu is too powerful only I can baat it I am a true gamer
Published 5 months ago by Isa Divine
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
One of my favorite games.
Published 5 months ago by Bryan Jaramillo
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 7 months ago by glenda
1.0 out of 5 stars Batman rise of repetiveness
Oh boy oh boy I tried playing this game but just couldn't have fun wiht it.

the combat is aweful and repetitive.
levels are dull narrow and boring. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Luigi
4.0 out of 5 stars Works great
Very few scratches, and works great.
Definitely a good purchase.
Published 10 months ago by bryant renteria
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Co=Op Fun
This was a pretty good game, my son and I played through nearly all of it. There are actually 4 characters to choose from and the game is well made.
Published 23 months ago by Shawn Hawkins
5.0 out of 5 stars PS2 game
I bought it to go with my complete set of Batman video games for the PS2. It went well with my set.
Published on April 19, 2013 by Jason
2.0 out of 5 stars Repetetive Trash
You know this game is terrible, aside from some of the cut scenes there is no reason to ever get this game. Its the most repetitive game of all time. I hate this game. Read more
Published on December 11, 2012 by TheReviewGuy
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Game
The game is pretty good for the Playstation 2. I do enjoy the multiplayer portion of the game. The only thing I didn't like was the combo moves. Read more
Published on December 4, 2011 by Mel Mos
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