After having teased its arrival several times now, Gameloft has finally made The Dark Knight Rises for BlackBerry 10 available. As you may have guessed by the title, the game is entirely inspired by the movie itself and brings along with it a ton of action filled gameplay. If you're not familiar with the role you'll be playing, it's that of Bruce Wayne and you've given up crime fighting for the past eight years. Now, a lethal adversary on a crusade to tear apart Batman’s legacy piece by piece has arrived and you must return to action. Bane is waiting but you have plenty of allies to lend a helping hand, when it's really needed:
- An epic gaming experience - Dozens of missions plus random events will make you feel all the thrills of being a superhero. Deal with hostage situations, bomb squads, jailbreaks and car chases to prove that you’re the true protector of Gotham. A thrilling fighting system that puts you right in the heart of the action thanks to many different moves and cinematic effects. Collect items hidden within the city to unlock upgrades and new fighting skills for Batman.
- Play as the Dark Knight - Access Batman’s complete arsenal and learn how to take full advantage of each tool. Use the Grapnel to cross the city or to defeat foes, throw the Batarang to knock out your enemies or to hit a distant button; the possibilities are infinite. When kicks and gadgets are of no use, The Dark Knight relies on his vehicles to get the job done. Drive the Bat-Pod for special vigilante missions or pilot The Bat for fast travel across the city.
- Experience Gotham like you never have before - Explore the entire city of Gotham and its different districts spread across a huge map and enjoy stunning graphics for total immersion in the dark universe of Batman.
You can check out the trailer above to get a better look at what to expect and if you're looking to purchase the game, Gameloft has set it to a reasonable $1.99 in BlackBerry World. In order to download it, you'll need access to some Wi-Fi as it does roll in at over 900MB -- something to keep in mind if you're keen on watching your storage space. Also, if you're not seeing it yet just wait a bit longer. It seems to still be filtering through BlackBerry World.