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Players of Mortal Kombat are able to buy simplified versions of the game’s iconic fatalities via the title’s in-game store.
Warner has moved swiftly following the LEGO Dimensions leak to announce the first official details about the game.
LEGO Dimensions appears to be the name of Warner and LEGO’s first foray into the toys-to-life genre.
Leading UK retailers insist there remains a demand for PC games on the High Street.
A Batman-themed PS4 console will arrive alongside Warner Bros’ Batman: Arkham Knight in June.
Three major Mortal Kombat X pro tournaments will take place starting next month with a combined prize pool of $100,000, Warner Bros has announced.
Warner Bros has confirmed that the PC version of the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight will not be released in a box in the UK.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be a digital-only release on PC, retailer ShopTo has said.
Bat-fans will have to wait a few more weeks to experience the conclusion to Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy of Batman titles.
Warner Bros’ Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City are the latest games to be given the PS4 and Xbox One remaster treatment, if online claims are to be believed.
3.2m gamers have played Techland's Dying Light since its launch in January.
Yet another company is to enter the toys-to-life category, according to online rumours.
Game of Thrones is on track to be Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s most expensive mobile game in its history, claims the firm’s senior VP of mobile, social and emerging platforms ...
Mortal Kombat X will not arrive on last-gen consoles until the summer.
Avalanche's take on the Mad Max series has been dated for this September.
Warner Bros has announced that there will also be a smartphone version of upcoming fighter Mortal Kombat X.
Warner Bros' new open world parker zombie title Dying Light has debuted in first place in the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
It might be easy to dismiss the success of Warner Bros’ video games division.
Warner’s upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight looks to be the most violent in the series to date.
Machinima has landed another round of funding led by Warner Bros, though it hasn't stopped the multi-channel network from cutting a chunk of its staff along with a few programs.
Cat Channon, international director of public relations at Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment UK, recalls her journey into the games industry
Developer NetherRealm has said that the female characters in Mortal Kombat X will be more realistically proportioned than in previous games.
Warner Bros’ Mortal Kombat X is likely to join the list of triple-A console games featuring microtransactions.
NetherRealm is not developing the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Mortal Kombat X, it has been confirmed.
From Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare to Skylanders and the LEGO series of video games, Reena Sood has worked with some of gaming's most iconic and successful franchises. She ...