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Batman Arkham Knight has been removed from sale on Steam as a response to the growing disquiet surrounding the title.
Retailer Green Man Gaming has said that it will give PC gamers their money back if Batman Arkham Knight isn’t fixed.
The Steam user reviews for Batman Arkham Knight will make for some hard reading for publisher Warner Bros this morning.
There’s yet another problem with one of the special edition versions of Batman: Arkham Knight.
After debuting in second place last week, LEGO Jurassic World claims the top spot.
The Dark Knight is one of the most popular characters of all time, having spawned countless smash-hit games.
An ultra-premium version of the next Batman title has been pulled days before the game’s release.
The Dark Knight is to become the centrepoint of a new art show headed to London.
Warner Bros and Lego are collaborating on what appears to be a Minecraft competitor in Lego Worlds.
It seems that the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 SKUs of Mortal Kombat X will not be out on their intended June 6th release date.
Warner Bros’ video games adaptation of upcoming summer movie Jurassic World will arrive on the same day as the film.
A number of new brands destined for LEGO Dimensions have been leaked via the LEGO website.
Mortal Kombat has made its mark in the competitive eSports scene following the success of the ESL’s Fatal 8 tournament.
Warner Bros has announced a Game of the Year release for its Lord of the Rings outing Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.
Warner Bros has, three months ahead of the game’s release, announced that the Batman: Arkham Knight season pass will cost £32.99.
The mobile market has grown to such an extent that revenues are trickling further down the charts.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Dying Light publisher Warner Bros is seeking a new International PR Manager.
Grand Theft Auto V was this week’s No.1 game in the UK if digital numbers were included, MCV understands.
Warner Bros walked away the biggest winner from this year’s MCV Awards, claiming three of the night’s most prestigious prizes.
The cinematic director at developer NetherRealm has (somewhat ambiguously) appeared to confirm rumours that Mortal Kombat X has introduced the first ever gay character to the series.
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.