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CGR Undertow - BATMAN BEGINS review for Nintendo GameCube

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Batman Begins review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Batman Begins for the Nintendo GameCube developed by Eurocom and published by Electronic Arts.

Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy garnered lots of critical acclaim, but perhaps the most incredible thing it did was spawn a good movie game. Released in 2005, Electronic Arts went the extra mile for Batman Begins, including securing actors from the movie to reprise their roles in the game. And the team at Eurocom totally captures the Batman mood with the game’s beautiful graphics and presentation, as this is one of the prettier movie-based games you’ll ever play. Batman Begins also has an interesting gameplay premise—it’s a stealth game in which players must use their environment to prey on the fears of their enemies. Unfortunately, the game’s simplicity prevents the concept from being explored as fully as it might’ve been, but it still makes Batman Begins one of the better and more interesting movie games ever released for the GameCube. Plus it has Michael Caine. Batman Begins is a single-player stealth game.

This video review features video gameplay footage of Batman Begins for the Nintendo GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.

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