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Batman Begins - Gamecube

4.4 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
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  • Fight against dangerous enemies like the Scarecrow, Ra's Al Ghul and Carmine Falcone
  • Stalk criminals from the shadows, discover ways to paralyze thugs with fear before fighting or interrogating them
  • Use the environment to turn enemies against each other - take out an enemy with an attack from above and watch the fear level of his fellow thugs increase
  • Scale buildings and soar between rooftops as you explore an interactive Gotham City and pick off prey, one by one
  • Use the Utility Belt's high-tech crime fighting gadgets -- the Batgrapple, Batarang, Optic Cables, Lock Picks and more -- combined with mixed martial arts combos to dominate Gotham City

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Platform: GameCube

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Plunge into Gotham City's criminal underworld as the legendary Dark Knight in the Batman Begins video game. Use fear, intellect, and an arsenal of high-tech gadgets to terrorize and defeat sinister forces threatening the city, including the Scarecrow, Ra's Al Ghoul, and Carmine Falcone. From an ancient Himalayan monastery to stately Wayne Manor to the halls of Arkham Asylum, embrace the darkness in this thrilling interactive companion to director Christopher Nolan's (Memento) gritty reinvention of the Dark Knight.

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Step into the shadows of Gotham City’s perilous criminal underworld as DC Comics’ legendary Dark Knight in the Batman Begins video game. Batman Begins challenges players to use fear as their ultimate weapon. The game explores the origins of the Batman legend and the Dark Knight’s emergence as a force for good in Gotham. Gamers will play as both Bruce Wayne and his alter-ego, Batman, hunting evil-doers from the shadows, using strength, intellect, and an array of high-tech gadgets to fight the sinister forces that threaten the city, including classic villains the Scarecrow, Ra’s Al Ghul, and Carmine Falcone. 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. 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. From the halls of Arkham Asylum and the alleys of Gotham City to an ancient monastery high in the Himalayas, Batman Begins the video game delivers a thrilling interactive companion to Christopher Nolan’s reinvention of the Dark Knight in Batman Begins.


  • Fear is your weapon: Stalk and terrorize enemies, or strike from above to pick off prey one by one. Use the environment to turn enemies against each other and defeat them before ever joining the fight. Take out an enemy with an attack from above and watch the fear level of his fellow thugs increase.
  • Interactive environments: gamers must use their environments, from scaling buildings and gliding between rooftops, to triggering explosions and unleashing the insane inmates of Arkham Asylum against their enemies, to bring justice to Gotham.
  • Cinematic combat: mixed martial-arts combat and devastating finishing moves developed exclusively for Batman Begins are faithfully recreated in the game with the assistance of the film’s stunt coordinator.
  • 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.
  • The batmobile: Tear up the streets and rooftops of Gotham in the batmobile. Fight crime in multiple levels of lightning-fast vehicular combat.
  • Experience Gotham City: Batman Begins brings gamers into the Batman universe, allowing them to experience the origins of the Dark Knight as both Bruce Wayne and his alter-ego Batman--from the alleys of Gotham City and depths of the Batcave to the twisted halls of Arkham Asylum.
  • Epic storytelling: featuring a game script by JT Petty, the acclaimed writer of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Batman Begins allows players to delve even deeper into the universe masterfully depicted in Christopher Nolan’s film.

Product Information

ASIN B000809P9O
Release date September 8, 2006
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #17,231 in videogames
#255 in Video Games > More Systems > GameCube > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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By S. Enback on June 17, 2005
Platform for Display: GameCube
I've just finished the game and i have to say this is really great!

It really fits in well with the film, using the same actors voices and the characters look very similiar to their real-life counterparts.

As well as Batman, you get to play as Bruce Wayne in training before he becomes batman and also as Bruce in a tuxedo in a level which has the Wayne Manor in flames. Very cool.

The driving bits are great fun as well, very Burnout, with extra racing modes being unlocked after you beaten those levels.

The main gameplay consists of a mixture of combat and stealth. If Batman comes accross a group of heavily armed enemies, he will end up dyingh if he tries to tackle them directly. you need to use stealth to sneak up on them or even beter use your fear-gadgets or a batarang on your surroundings (e.g throw your batarang at a gas-pipe to burst it), to scare them a bit beforehand, making defeating the enemies easier.

The game isn't too difficult (though the combat seems to be a lot tougher in Challenging mode) and took me about 9 or 10 hours to beat in Normal mode.

The graphics are simply amazing. The levels graphics are some of the best i've seen on a GameCube game and the Batman charcater looks very cool in his bausuit and cape.

The game could have had a bit less linear with more ways of solving the situations that you come accross but at least it means you never get stuck for too long.

The controls are pretty straight forward, with 2 butons for combat (punch & kick) as well as another button for soing special finishing moves and other buttons for batarang and fear gadgets.
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Platform for Display: GameCube
I bought this game for one reason, and one reason alone: I wanted to drive the Batmobile.

I bring home the game, pop it in. I was impressed. Excellent graphics, similar storyline to the movie, featuring all the actors doing voices for their corresponding parts, with snippets of footage from the movie injected here and there. Fair enough. The first level was entertaining, but once the novelty of jumping out of a burning building as Batman wears off, what's left? My major complaint is the lack of free-will the game gives you. In order to get to where you need to be, you have to follow the on-screen instructions. You want to use your Batarang? Nope, not 'til the game tells you to! You want to go fight those criminals? Nope, the game requires you scare them first. You wanna open that door? You damn well better use your fiber optic cable to look behind it first! After playing this game for the first 30 minutes, I grew tired of it. Not feeling like there was much gameplay to be had with it, I spent a few weeks playing it here and there, without much passion. It gets better as it goes along, surprisingly. But the kicker is when, halfway through the game, you unlock the Batmobile! From here on out, I have to say, we have a great game. It takes a while to get to the good stuff, but it's worth it. As you pass each level, you can unlock special features which include Alternate Batsuits, Batmobile missions, the Gallery Of Fear (where you stroll through Arkham Asylum) and plenty of footage from the movie (which would probably be better if the movie isn't already out on DVD, sitting on my shelf). Part of why this game may be getting bad reviews could very well be due to people getting impatient. However, if you do your time with this game, you will be rewarded. It might not be as exciting as other games in your library, but surely, it's one of the better Batgames that I've played in my time.
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Platform for Display: GameCube
This game reminds me of Catwoman because of the style of play and fighting. The fighting in this game is really easy. There are only a few moves.

I have gone through many gamecube games looking for the best ones. I am into graphics. I am also into action games.

This game is definately better than catwoman and is worth buying especially if you are a fan of batman. His suit looks great and his movements are cool. His voice is pretty scratchy though... he sounds like he just woke up most of the time.

I love the bad guys in this game. It seems to have a good story line. The driving part of the game is pretty fun.

I loved the graphics in catwoman, but later realized that the replay value of the game was terrible. Batman begins CAN be boring at times but is still fun to play and a fairly addictive.
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This is the best Batman game since Batman Returns for NES. The game has elements that remind you of Splinter Cell, with the stealth moves, but much simpler and easier to pull them off. It has a radar like the one y Metal Gear Solid. It also has a lot of acrobatics as the ones in Prince of Persia, but the obstacles are not as challenging. Still it's a fun game to play, best of all is not a game that will frustrate you. It also has three dificulty levels, should you need a bigger challenge or if you are a novice player you can play in easy mode.

The Graphics are great and as all EA licensed games you get some live action cutscenes, and the character likeness' is amazing. The voice acting is done by all of the main characters, but Gary Oldman as Gordon. Sound effects are pretty good, you can't expect less from EA.

The story differs a little from the movie, but in escence it follows the movie plot. The game is short even for non dedicated gamers and if you have beaten the above mentioned games, this one will be a walk on the park.

I think is a better game than it is given credit for, but you should better rent it. If you are a Batman fan I would suggest to wait for it to drop price, because it is over very fast.
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