If ever there was an entertainment property ripe to be transformed into a Game of War-style mobile multiplayer strategy game, it’s Game of Thrones. It looks like Warner Bros. and Turbine have finally gathered enough clip art to make Game of Thrones: Conquest happen.
After multiple delays left the fate of last-gen versions of Mortal Kombat X hazy, Warner Bros. finally makes it official: they’re not going to finish them.
First released in 1985, Gauntlet was a genre-defining arcade dungeon crawler. Now, it's being re-released for PC, in the form of a top-down co-op action RPG, all prettied up and modernized for a new audience.
This isn't just an excuse to post the amazing trailer for The LEGO Movie again, I promise.
A bankruptcy judge yesterday did not approve the bidding procedures THQ proposed in selling off its assets, which THQ's creditors had complained was rigged to sell the whole thing to a private equity firm for $60 million. Now comes a report that Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is an interested buyer.
There are currently four games in the Game Party series of mini-game collections. The combined Metacritic average for these four games is 31. So why the hell is Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment releasing Game Party Champions for the Wii U?
If you're one of the people who popped open their brand new copy of Batman: Arkham City only to discover that the Catwoman DLC card was missing or the code didn't work, Warner Bros. wants you to give them a ring or drop them an email.
It wasn't until 72 hours later, when I flew home and resumed an old save file in Batman: Arkham Asylum that I truly appreciated the innate quality of brawling I experienced in Batman: Arkham City, a game I missed at E3 but, at long last, got my paws on at Comic-Con 2011.
Who patrols the streets when Batman is out of town? Who is next in succession for the title of Clown Prince of Crime? Everybody, if Gotham City Impostors has anything to say about it.
Once upon a time district attorney Harvey Dent was an unwavering force of justice in Gotham City, but that's nothing a face-full of acid couldn't cure. Read all about Mr. Dent in his official bio from Batman: Arkham City.
Bastion is one damn pretty looking game. Fortunately, it's also one damn fun game. The action role-playing game hits Xbox Live Arcade next week for 1,200 Microsoft Points and PC later this year.
Until PlayStation Store returns, Warner Bros. has suspended the "Kombat Pass," the one-use code (included free in retail copies) that enables online play for Mortal Kombat. That means anyone with a copy of the game, used or new, can play online for free. However, when PlayStation Store comes online, "users will be…
A gauntlet of enemies stands between your team and freedom. Behind you a rolling wall of instant death, relentlessly advances on your position. What do you do? You fucking run.
F.E.A.R. 3 (F.3.A.R. if you're a dick) was originally planned for a winter 2010 release, then pushed to March, then pushed to May. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is pushing the PS3/PC/360 release yet again, to June 21 in North America, June 22 in Australia and June 24 in Europe.)
Comic artist Carlos D'Anda expertly captures the insane intensity of Gotham City's most diabolical duo in this exclusive peek at the cover art for Batman: Arkham City issue three.
When Shao Khan threatened to merge our reality with his, the thunder god Raiden appealed to the Elder Gods to give EarthRealm a fighting chance. Where would we be without his timely fight-to-the-death suggestion?
The 300 missions in the new Mortal Kombat's Challenge Tower mode will put even the most accomplished MK player's skills to the test, turning the world upside-down and offering them a teddy bear for comfort.
Have we seen all there is to F.E.A.R.? In this behind-the-scenes video the Day 1 Studios team explains how it's keeping the experience and the terror fresh in F.E.A.R. 3.
Just because Liu Kang is the good guy of the Mortal Kombat series doesn't mean he can't crack your skull like a giant, gore-filled walnut. Who's hungry?
In this behind-the-scenes trailer for The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, developer Snowblind Studios tackles the daunting task of filling out areas and stories of Middle-Earth that J. R. R. Tolkien only hinted at.