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Warner Bros has given LEGO The Hobbit an April release date.
Warner has announced a console and PC release for former handheld exclusive Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate.
Ex-Warner Bros. CEO and chairman Barry Meyer has accepted a position on Activision Blizzard's board of directors.
Merchandise brand Joystick Junkies has continued its expansion by opening a brand new website.
A Lego version of Peter Jackson's three-part film adaption of The Hobbit will arrive next year across all major platforms, according to what appears to be leaked promotional material.
As of next week UK gamers will be able to get their hands on all three Batman games in a single SKU.
A big screen adaptation of Temple Run is reportedly in the works.
Warner Bros has a new Lord of the Rings game in the works for current and next-gen consoles.
Think the LEGO franchise is just for kids? Warner Bros is spending more money than ever before on LEGO Marvel and are targeting older gamers.
Warner Bros has revealed that three versions of Batman: Arkham Origins will not be released on October 25th as planned in Europe.
Forget PS4 and Xbox One, one of the biggest marketing campaigns of Christmas will be for a current-gen game.
Warner Bros has confirmed that the Wii U versions of Batman: Arkham Origins will retail for less than it does on other consoles.
Warner Bros' Olivier Wolff talks exclusively to MCV about Batman, profitibility and becoming a games industry super-power in the latest edition of MCV.
A new ratings classification suggests Warner Bros' superhero brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us could be heading to Vita.
Warner Bros has announced a new Harry Potter film and video game series.
Nvidia has announced a second graphics card partnership with an upcoming triple-A title.
A tie-in to the upcoming LEGO Movie is in the works, and marks the franchises debut on next generation consoles.
The crossover between Warner Bros' popular Scribblenauts series and the DC Comics universe has been given a release date.
All of Warner Bros iOS titles and selected Android ones have seen their prices slashed as part of the publisher's summer mobile sale.
The days of the licensed console game may be numbered, but the age of the licensed smartphone game is well and truly upon us.