In Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu, a new villain who feeds off of dominance is in search of a new, difficult opponent. In Asia he hd heard of the Dark Knight of Gotham City, Batman, and has set up... See full summary »

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In Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu, a new villain who feeds off of dominance is in search of a new, difficult opponent. In Asia he hd heard of the Dark Knight of Gotham City, Batman, and has set up a scheme which is so evil, Batman requires the help of his three partners, Nightwing, Robin, and Batgirl. Written by Chris Clow

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17 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Betmen - Uspon Sin Cua  »

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Scott Menville, the voice of Robin, never portrayed his character on "Gotham Knights", but he does currently do so on the new animated series "Teen Titans". See more »

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Sin Tzu: At midnight the battle shall begin. The battlefield is Gotham City. My adversary is Batman. And I shall be the victor.
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Spun-off from The New Batman Adventures (1997) See more »

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Not great, but better than Vengeance
1 March 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

I hated Batman: Vengeance and I was a little bit weary about playing this game. So I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was actually a fun little beat-em-up in the tradition of Streets of Rage and Double Dragon. However it is still quite a shallow game.

Each level looks exactly the same as you (as Batman, Robin, Batgirl or Nightwing) run around levels like the City Streets, the Sewers, Museums etc and beat-up generic looking villains. The graphics and levels look pretty but the scenery is rather flat and unengaging. Plus the upgrades with special moves are hardly that exciting though it is slightly fun using them to kick-in the heads of evil henchmen. But when you do it for the forty-millionth time it does get a bit boring.

And every level involves either defusing a bomb against 3-minute time limits and rescuing hostages against 3-minute time limits. Wow! But, like I said, it's still far better than Vengeance and the cut-scenes look lovely. And for the tiny amount of pennies that I paid for it I can hardly complain really.


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