AusGamers' weekly Throwback Thursday post has this week taken a more extended look back into the history of Batman games before the now famous Batman: Arkham series, from the NES's Batman The Video Game to Batman Begins on the GameCube.
From the feature:
"One of the last Batman games to be released before 2009’s Batman: Arkham Asylum was Batman Begins. The game based on the dark and gritty Christopher Nolan cinematic reboot of the Batman franchise. This means a realistic look and feel to the world, violent thugs to beat-up, and Michael Caine as your personal slave-friend. Coming from developer Eurocom, who became one of the licensed game go-to studios throughout in the 2000s, Batman Begins: The Game is actually pretty good."