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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: TV Spot 7, Fire Rises Game, Trilogy Poster

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The Dark Knight Rises TV Spot, Fire Rises Game, PosterThe Dark Knight Rises TV Spot 7, The Fire Rises Game, and The Dark Knight trilogy movie poster all harbinger the third and final Christopher Nolan Batman film. The seventh The Dark Knight Rises TV spot shows The Bat ducking missiles, bridges exploding (shown in The Dark Knight Rises (2012): MTV Movie Awards Video Footage) and the  and Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) asking Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) to help him “get back in the game”.

We previously posted The Dark Knight Rises (2012): TV Spot 4, Trilogy Poster, Fourth FilmThe Dark Knight Rises (2012): TV Spot 3, Catwoman Jail, Bane Photos, and The Dark Knight Rises (2012): Two TV Spots ‘Catwoman’, ‘Unretired’.

The Dark Knight trilogy movie poster: 

The Dark Knight Trilogy Movie Poster

The Dark Knight Trilogy Movie Poster

 

The Fire Rises game logo: 

The Fire Rises Game Logo

The Fire Rises game logo

On The Fire Rises game:

The Dark Knight Rises will now have it’s very own browser-based game…the new strategy game, The Fire Rises…will allow you to rob Gotham City during Bane’s siege.

The Fire Rises casts players as henchmen, out to get their own piece of Gotham’s pie. With lackeys of their own, players secure territory, spawn various crew members to take out a relentless stream of deadly security officers, and loot valuable gear from nearby buildings, all before Gotham PD shows up in full force and puts an end to your crime spree.

WB takes a surprisingly core-gamer approach to the browser game. Maximizing your looting sprees takes not just a good strategy, but a quick mind. Various crew members, from loot-happy Thugs to demolition-packing Saboteurs, offer different benefits and drawbacks.

In The Fire Rises, players take on the role of one of Bane’s henchmen, tasked with looting and pillaging Gotham City on his behalf. The game’s objective is to loot as many valuables from several targets on the map while fending off waves of Gotham security officers. As you steal more loot, new locations and crew members will become available. Each stage ends when the Gotham Police Department shows up in full force. Players lose loot for each crew members apprehended by the police. Bane gives players countdown before they arrive, giving players the chance to make a last ditch effort to grab more goods or simply turn tail and run.

Players loot resources by first spawning crew members from sewer covers. Friendly sewer covers appear white while enemy controlled sewer covers appear red. Crew members can capture enemy sewer covers to create new spawn locations, increasing the speed by which players can call up reinforcements. These sewer covers also mark each stage’s exit. Friendly units must return to one of these sewer covers to drop off loot and escape from the Gotham Police Department.

The game features eight crew members, each with their own strengths, weaknesses, and abilities. These crew members eliminate enemy forces with a variety of melee, mid-range, and far-range attacks, or support allies with healing capabilities, demolitions knowledge, or quick capture speeds.

The Dark Knight Rises‘ plot synopsis: “Eight years after Batman took the fall for Two Face’s crimes, a new terrorist leader, Bane, overwhelms Gotham’s finest, and the Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy.”

The Dark Knight Rises‘ cast includes Tom HardyAnne Hathaway, Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Marion CotillardMichael CaineJoseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Stewart, Daniel Sunjata, Burn Gorman, Diego Klattenhoff, Josh Pence, Matthew Modine, Tom Conti, Joey King, Alon Aboutboul, Nestor Carbonell, Brett Cullen, and Juno Temple.

Watch The Dark Knight Rises TV spot 7 and leave your thoughts on it below in the comments section. For more The Dark Knight Rises photos, videos, and information, visit our Batman Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter or on Facebook. The Dark Knight Rises opens in US theaters through Warner Bros. Pictures on July 20, 2012.

Source: GeekTyrant, Slashfilm, Comicbookmovie

 

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  • If the Dark Knight game is like the Inception game, I’ll definitely be playing it. Interesting viral marketing campaign to include a game. I hope more movies do it.

  • Warner Bros films will certainly create more viral games if the Bat’s game does well.

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