The Dark Knight Rises For iOS And Android. - Redmond Pie.
As The Dark Knight Rises takes cinemas by storm, the app-based gaming tie-in for the already iconic Batman flick has launched for Apple's iOS and Google's Android filled devices.
The Dark Knight Rises mobile game coming to iOS and Android Hoping to continue the trend of good Batman games, Gameloft has announced The Dark Knight Rises mobile game for iOS and Android. It will be a tie-in game to, you guessed it, the movie with the same title, giving players a new and open environment to explore as the Dark Knight himself.
The Batman Knight Rises hits the theaters on Friday Gameloft released game version of The Dark Knight Rises available for iOS and Android devices. The game follows same story line as the movie user to fight Gotham's worst as the caped crusader.
The Dark Knight Rises Mobile Game Trailer. Check out the trailer for the mobile Dark Knight Rises game, and hope that you'll be playing as you stand in line next month!
Christopher Nolan returns to complete the Gotham trilogy that launched with Batman Begins and reached the stratosphere with the billion dollar blockbuster The Dark Knight. Inception's Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon-Levitt join the cast regulars along with Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman) and Tom Hardy as the powerful villain Bane. Christian Bale prowls the night as the Caped.
As with any movie-to-game adaptation, I went in with low expectations. I mean, the recent The Amazing Spider-Man game was pretty great and the iOS version (also by Gameloft) wasn’t bad either, but sometimes these tie-ins are just atrocious. However, once you get a few hours into The Dark Knight Rises, it’s almost like having a pocket sized Arkham City in the palm of your hand.
Batman fans will be pleased to hear that Gameloft's latest iOS title: Dark Knight Rises is a solid game with lots of Batman action for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch owners. Keen gamers will also be pleased to hear that the game has more than a passing nod to the videogame classics Arkham Asylum and Arkham City (both developed by Rocksteady.