Much like EA's LOTR games, this looks and sounds great, but it's linear and tedious
Dov Charney "creeper", Amazon
28 July 2008
Summary: Splinter Cell without the freedom. Which is a bit odd way to classify this game as even tho there is some freedom in the SC series, most of the time it's basically sneak up and choke someone. Batman Begins follows a similar formula, only instead of waiting for the right moment to execute a move, the game simply tells you when to press the button, and then you watch.
Summary: First and foremost, this isn't a bad game. I enjoyed playing it very much, but I wanted more. The graphics are stunning. I loved the dark gritty look of Gotham City and it's inhabitants. The characters were well done and the principle players looked remarkably like their real-life counterparts. The lighting effects within the game were great. Fires, sparks, shafts of light sifting through dusty crawlspaces... it just blew my mind.
Summary: I got this game a few days ago, and it has great graphics, and the music is creepy, but in a good way. when i first got this game, i thought it would be like the spiderman games: just action and roaming the city. i was wrong. In this game, there are certain levels where u can roam the streets, but not many. Also, this game is complete stealth. If u try to sneak up on a guy who has a gun, and get caught, 5 shots and your DEAD.
Summary: I bought this game for my grandson who's 10. Here are his comments. Find the game very good but a bit difficult. Trying not to use the cheats. Problem comes when you are stuck on a level, you have no option to go back to a level you have completed without starting a new game.