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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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[a two-foot-tall Clayface faces Batman]
Clayface: Time to end it, one way or the other, Batman.
Batman: Too bad you're only half the monster you used to be.
Clayface: Children, come to me.
[Clayface's clay soldiers approach from all angles, and Clayface reabsorbs them, growing several feet and looming over Batman]
Clayface: Still look like an easy fight, Batman?
Batman: No, just a good one.
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A brilliant game
1 October 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This game, alongside Batman Vengeance, has the ability for someone to become the Dark Knight from the animated series if they wished, even if it is just a few hours. Just like the animated series, the original voices of Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong, Loren Lester all make this game feel very familiar. For me, it was like playing in an actual episode of The New Batman Adventures, and that was purely down to the look and feel of the game. There should be more titles of Batman like this game, because the ones that are already around just keep raising the bar. Gotham looks as visual as it has on the television series, and the design of the characters is absolutely dead on Batman rocks!!!


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