Entries in 'warner bros' (107)
Publishers are bringing a range of home console games to Google's Chrome browser thanks to new tech from the internet giant.
Ancient swords, muscle cars, magic LEGO, Olympian hedgehogs, Racoon-suited plumbers and 5ft purple dildo bats – there's something for everyone.
Everyone may be recovering from the Modern Warfare 3 launch party, but that's not the only game that saw retail go all out to draw in fans.
Warner Brothers has reduced its game development workforce across its Washington state studios, the company has confirmed.
Electronic Arts will soon start selling games made by its competitors.
Two new Batman-themed Xbox 360 bundles are now available from Gem Distribution – the first of several new SKUs due this Christmas.
An official Batman: Arkham City app has been released merging the full game with the iOS platform.
The caped crusader swoops onto the High Street today with the arrival of Warner Bros' Batman: Arkham City.
While UK gamers wait for the Dark Knight's critically acclaimed adventure, Australian and US consumers are having problems with the title's downloadable extras.
The Dark Knight returns this October, and will headline the next London MCM Expo.
Warner Bros Australia has confirmed that Lord of the Rings: War in the North has received an Australian classification and local pricing.
In MCV’s latest rundown of the industry’s hottest vacancies and latest personnel news, Warner is looking for a new sales manager, THQ's John Aikins heads to Sony and GAME hires ...
Warner Bros has confirmed the latest action RPG set in the Tolkien universe will be on shelves before the year is out.
Lollipop Chainsaw will be published by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment outside of Asian territories.
Batman fans will be able to get their hands on a special Collector's Edition when Arkham City arrives this October.
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A fresh batch of Kinect titles leads this week’s new releases, although there’s plenty to enjoy on other formats.
Several big name game publishers will be showcasing their products at the Kapow Comic Con in London this month.
Warner Bros is running a UK Mortal Kombat tournament to promote the upcoming game.
Facebook has clarified that it has not partnered with Warner Bros to bring movies to its site.
Facebook and Warner Bros have announced a partnership that will see the latter’s movies made available for rental or purchase with Facebook Credits.
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment Australia has appealed against the decision to ban Mortal Kombat from sale in the country.
Upcoming Xbox 360 and PS3 game Mortal Kombat will not be released in Australia when it hits UK stores in April.