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The title reaches the sales landmark two weeks after launch, as it becomes the largest console launch for LEGO video games
Its remain unknown which of the game studios will remain under Warner Bros. Games or AT&T
Former Sony Santa Monica director will now oversee studio behind Middle-earth: Shadow of War
We discuss the implications of Warner Bros' Nemesis system patent, with Harbottle & Lewis' Kostya Lobov
Sources tell Bloomberg the publisher behind Mortal Kombat, Batman, and Lego franchises was seen as having too much growth potential to sell
Multiple gaming companies score 100% on survey of non-discrimination policies, benefits, and LGBTQ support
Branch will be led by Boston studio boss Tom Casey and specialise in free-to-play games
Lawsuit over similarities between Fallout Shelter and Westworld game settled "amicably"
Jam City tells us how its Hogwarts RPG will help Warner Bros finally attract the masses on mobile
Pokemon Go creator looking to replicate its mobile success in partnership with Warner Bros
Warner Bros. has clarified that it will make no profit from the DLC, regardless of where it is sold
Another game to be released exclusively at a retailer
Chiang is now EVP of Worldwide Production and Studios after a strong 2015
Community still unhappy with PC version's performance despite four month wait since initial withdrawal from sale
Former executive vice president and general manager David Haddad takes role
Warner Bros. gives up on legacy generation ports for hit fighting game, cites quality concerns
Batman and Mortal Kombat boost profits at media giant
David Haddad explains why there wasn't a WBIE media briefing at E3, why Batman and Lord of the Rings games were rated M
Development on the DC Comics-based MOBA will cease immediately
Greg Ballard on the power of brands to level the playing field, and WBIE's potential to compete with mobile's biggest games
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