Batman: The Telltale Series: Episode 2 - Children of Arkham
starts off with Bruce returning to the alley where his parents were killed. With Alfred on hand, Bruce delves into his memories to see if there is anything he's forgotten that could help him determine if Falcone's claim to have worked closely with Thomas and Martha Wayne has any weight.
What Bruce learns isn't to his liking and he feels the need to have another conversation with the crime boss, though getting to him while in police custody at the hospital might require a few strings be pulled. Thankfully, Bruce happens to be good friends with the District Attorney and, provided you chose Gordon to receive the information about Falcone in the previous episode, Lt Gordon might even owe you a favor.
A lot of this episode is about Bruce learning about his parent's past, and learning how much of those events Alfred knew. Just how you react to that news and to Alfred's knowledge seems to be one of those Telltale dialogue choices that could either have major repercussions in how people react around you in the future, or ultimately fizzle out to nothing; only time will really tell with some of the decisions you make in these games.
One topic that is touched on while talking with Alfred is about Bruce being like, or being different from, his parents. While Bruce does learn the truth, he starts to struggle with whether or not the fact that his wealth comes from their less reputable deeds has any affect on what he should do or who he is as a person. This is one of those aspects that I haven't really seen touched on in other Batman-related stories (granted, I have by no means read/ played/ watched everything Batman), but I'm not even sure if this topic could be approached easily without this particular twist on the origins of the Wayne fortune.