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The Dark Knight Rises ™

By Gameloft

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Optimized for the 4-inch Retina display on iPhone 5

The epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy arrives on iPhone and iPad in the exclusive video game inspired by the movie.
After being gone for eight years, Bruce Wayne gets back into action as Batman. Waiting for him are the mysterious Selina Kyle, and Bane, a lethal adversary on a crusade to tear apart Batman’s legacy piece by piece.
Meet all of Batman’s allies and regain your strength to protect Gotham City from Bane.
Become completely immersed in the story thanks to likenesses of all the movie’s main characters like Catwoman, Lucius Fox and Commissioner Gordon.
Dozens of missions plus random events will make you feel all the thrill of being a superhero. Deal with hostage situations, bomb squads, jailbreaks and car chases to prove that you’re the true protector of Gotham.
A thrilling fighting system that puts you right in the heart of the action thanks to many different moves and cinematic effects.
Collect items hidden within the city to unlock upgrades and new fighting skills for Batman.
Access Batman’s complete arsenal and learn how to take full advantage of each tool. Use the Grapnel to cross the city or to defeat foes, throw the Batarang to knock out your enemies or to hit a distant button; the possibilities are infinite.
When kicks and gadgets are of no use, The Dark Knight relies on his vehicles to get the job done. Drive the Bat-Pod for special vigilante missions or pilot The Bat for fast travel across the city.
Explore the entire city of Gotham and its different districts spread across a huge map and enjoy stunning graphics for total immersion in the dark universe of Batman.


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What's New in Version 1.0.3

Optimized for iPad4


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Customer Reviews

At the forefront

Amazingly detailed graphics coming out of this unreal engine. Reflections in the water and detail on how the rain streams down batman's suit are incredible. Pushing the limits of the iPad retina display. Looking at the quality of other iOS games, this is certainly worthy of a 4 or 5 star rating. Looking critically, I agree to some issues around the finer points. Gameplay is simplistic regarding moves, and a more extensive swipe tap motion would greatly help with the immersion. Weapon and vehicle upgrades are too far apart, with there being steep costs in a game that I don't feel is all that replayable. Speaking of replay ability, a lot of it just takes awhile to get through. Granted fist fighting and stealth maneuvers take time, but it is on the verge of taking too long to play. Lots of repeating and predictable missions, make me forget I had the chance, however briefly, to maneuver an incredibly slow bike and helicopter. The bat copter was a bit easier on the controls, but the bike was painful. Either would be greatly helped with tilt steering and more base speed.
Overall, felt like I was in a storyline, in an immersive environment that I really enjoyed sneaking around. Not mind blowing fantastic, but still pretty amazing when you consider the device it is being played on.

The Dark Knight Rises

This game is so awesome. It is so worth 6.99. It is very similar to your The Amazing Spiderman game as well. I do have a few complaints though. 1) We barley see Bane in this game he shows up and you fight him for a minute then your in the pit and he talks to you, then you don't see him until the final battle. 2) we never see the giant bomb like in the movie. 3) Final battle with Bane is to easy even on normal. 4) why is it raining for the entire game. 5) we never find out in the game that Miranda is a villain and we never see Banes goons in trucks and Tumbles driving around in a snowy city. 6) Cat woman isn't in the final battle with you and it would be cool if we saw her on the Batpod chasing and battling banes goons and finally 7) The city is way too small with only 4 or 5 really big buildings that make it look like a city, needs to be as big as New York from The Amazing Spiderman game. I would fix these because the first half of the game it is pretty accurate bur then it kinda looses the accuracy of the movie. All in all I love this game just some things were missing in the second half of the game. Buy this now to anyone who doesn't own it money well spent

A BlockBuster Or A LackLuster?

I really want to like this game, but it falls short in greatness. First of all, the graphics are great, but they are not as stunning when compared to other Gameloft games like N.O.V.A. 3. The combat is kind of fun, but it stops being fun later into the game because it is just too repetitive and it shows up constantly. The free roaming concept is awesome, but again it becomes a chore using the grapnel gun and gliding from place to place every single time. Talking about the combat again, I found something that doesn't make any sense. The thing that was on my mind was this. The enemies can take about 5 to 10 hits and batman can only take 3 to 4. I found this too be very weird. In Arkham City, batman can get repeatedly crushed by Clayface's body and in Arkham Asylum, he gets thrown to an electrified wall by the mutated joker, but is still able to get back up easily in both situations. However, being punched or hit with a crowbar a few times by weak NPCs( or grunts) will knock him out in this game. It was a fun ride finishing this game, but since it has a lot of bugs and glitches as well as low replay value, I feel like there's no reason to actually replay this game. The movie was a blockbuster, but this game lacked luster.

The Dark Knight Rises ™
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $6.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated: Nov 02, 2012
  • Version: 1.0.3
  • Size: 860 MB
  • Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
  • Seller: Gameloft
Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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