In the annals of video game history, there have been only a handful of successful, well-crafted titles based on comic book licenses. For every gem like X-Men Legends that comes along, there are dozens of stinkers, including Wolverine's Revenge and Superman 64, lurking in the shadows. One of the superheroes that has seen some success in the virtual realm, however, is the Dark Knight. Although he's had his fair share of flops, the games based on his movies have been suprisingly enjoyable, beginning with the release of Batman: The Video Game for the NES in 1990. With a new movie, "Batman Begins", in theaters now, our hopes were high that the video game version would be another hit. Alas, while it does succeed on some counts, it falls far short in others.