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Warner Bros’ new fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us is the new UK No.1.
Warner has apparently announced Batman Arkham Origins.
A brand new development studio is being opened in San Francisco by Warner Bros.
Having only officially launched on Boxing Day, LEGO’s Chima brand is to expand with three video game releases this year.
Warner Bros is being sued by the estate of JRR Tolkien over its use of the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit IPs in a virtual slot machine game.
The biggest film of the season could make LEGO Lord of the Rings one of gaming’s best-sellers this Christmas.
In an unexpected move, classic fighting IP Mortal Kombat is to return to the silver screen.
The Olympics may be over for the rest of us but not for Sega, which enjoyed a third week at the top of the charts with its London 2012 tie-in.
An unknown number of employees at Warner Bros. Seattle have been laid off.
Anyone who still believes the games market is too generic should head to the High Street today.
Warner Bros has revealed the first details about LEGO City Undercover for Wii U – and there's a whiff of Grand Theft Auto about it.
Warner Bros has announced a new entry in the Scribblenauts made specially for Wii U.
Yet another terribly kept secret no longer has to be restricted to huddled whispers – Warner Bros has officially announced LEGO Lord of the Rings.
Microsoft and Warner Bros have announced Harry Potter Kinect for Xbox 360.
Warner is cutting through to core gamers with ads for its zombie cheerleader action title Lollipop Chainsaw.
Warner Bros has unveiled a new free-to-play online game that brings the worlds of Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo together.
Crazy Warner Bros action romp Lollipop Chainsaw will be released in the UK on June 15th, it has been confirmed.
Warner Bros’ online shooter Gotham City Imposters became last week’s best-selling Xbox Live Arcade game.
Revenues for Time Warner's Filmed Entertainment division rose to $12.6bn in 2011, thanks in part to stronger games releases from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment.
New figure sets revealed by LEGO at this year's Toy Fair could offer the first glimpse at the next video games based on the popular toy brand.
Warner Bros' download-only Batman shooter has been pushed back to a February release.
We all knew it was coming, but Warner Bros has confirmed that Batman will once again get the LEGO treatment this year.
Publishers are bringing a range of home console games to Google's Chrome browser thanks to new tech from the internet giant.