Batman Begins is a stealth action-adventure game based on the film of the same name. It was released June 14, 2005, a day before the release of the film.
This game has a perfect mix of game-play elements, including a new one a game has never before let you manipulate. You can basically fight like normal. Kick, punch, and make special moves with one button each. It’s pretty easy to learn, but some special actions can be difficult to pull off. There are also parts where you have to be stealthy. These parts are a pretty close rip-off of Splinter Cell. It’s a big rip-off. You can walk slowly and take out enemies from behind, and you can look through doors before going into them. Seen it before, even though it’s still quite cool. Although there isn’t much of it, the driving in this game plays a lot like Burnout, but you can’t get away with ramming everything you could do in Burnout. Still fun, though. The thing that makes this game really stand out is the “fear” mechanism. You can go in and take out enemies like normal, or you can scare them. Scaring them makes them easier to kill, which is good because fighting groups can be painful. You can do this in many different ways, like stealthily taking out the guy holding the weapon in a group or interacting with the environment to make things happen. Basically, if you make them wet themselves, they die easier. Being able to use fear as a weapon has never been done before. Half the time, you’re the one getting scared. That alone can make this really rewarding. It also makes it fun. In review, this game implies some new and old elements to make a fun and rewarding game, which is a surprise since it’s Batman.
The controls for the game a fairly simple and easy to remember. which makes it all the better to destroy your enemies with. This fact also makes the batmobile missions quite easy. The control of the batmobile is key. It is fast and has great traction so hold down the speed boost and smash straight through your enemies to gain more reputation.