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Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment (now WB Games) is a division of Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
and a publisher, developer, licensor and distributor of entertainment content for the interactive space across all platforms, including console, handheld, mobile and PC-based gaming for both internal and third party game titles.

Contents

1 History 2 Studios

2.1 Current 2.2 Defunct

3 List of video games 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

History[edit] In 1995, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment licensed out their first game property under their current name, Batman
Batman
Forever to Acclaim Entertainment. They continued to license games based on Cartoon Network, DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, Looney Tunes
Looney Tunes
and various Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
film properties over the years to such video game publishers as Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Infogrames and THQ. In 2003, they co-published their first video game, Looney Tunes: Back in Action. Electronic Arts
Electronic Arts
was the other publisher of the game.[1] In 2004, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
acquired developer Monolith Productions.[2] In 2005, the WB Games label was created. The first game that Monolith developed in conjunction with Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Entertainment was The Matrix Online which SEGA helped co-publish. Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
also helped distribute both Enter the Matrix
Enter the Matrix
and The Matrix: Path of Neo for the Matrix series. In 2006, they bought a 10.3% stake in SCi Entertainment, the owner of Eidos Interactive. That same year, they released their first self-published title (with no co-publishers), Justice League Heroes, which was distributed by Eidos on the Xbox. In 2007, their goal was for a five-year plan to expand in the video game industry, which includes the acquisition of studios for internal development and the creation of a studio (WB Games) in the Seattle area that will run all the games published and developed by the company;[3] starting with the acquisition of TT Games
TT Games
that same year for the amount of GB£100 million.[4] In April 2008, they increased their stake to 35% gaining distribution right of all Eidos games in the United States, Canada
Canada
and Mexico.[5] On December 15, 2008, right after SCi changed their name to Eidos plc, Warner acquired a total of 10 million shares of the company, raising its owned amount to 19.92%, after an agreement which prevented Time Warner from acquiring more shares was scrapped one month earlier.[6] On January 28, 2009, The Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter
reported the deal also gave Warner the rights of the Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider
film series,[7] previously owned by Paramount Pictures. On February 12, 2009, SQEX Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Square Enix, announced a takeover offer worth GB£84.3 million (32p per share) for Eidos plc,[8] which was backed by Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
as shareholder.[9] Square Enix
Square Enix
eventually took over the company April 22, 2009 and later changed the name to Square Enix Europe. Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
announced on February 4, 2009 it had purchased independent developer Snowblind Studios.[10] Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the acquisition serves to strengthen the publisher's internal development effort. In 2009, Warner purchased most of the assets of American publisher Midway Games, operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, for US$49 million. The assets purchased include Midway's studio in Chicago[11] and Surreal Software, resulting in the ownership to the rights to the Joust, Mortal Kombat, The Suffering, Spy Hunter
Spy Hunter
and Wheelman series.[12] Midway Games
Midway Games
had previously worked with Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
on several games including Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. Midway intended to hold an auction of its assets on June 29, 2009, but no other bids were placed. On July 10, 2009, the sale to Warner was completed for approximately US$49 million.[13] In the process, WB Games became the owner of the Blitz: The League series. On July 28, 2009, Midway's Mortal Kombat team was rebranded WB Games Chicago
Chicago
by its new owners[14] and, in 2010 was merged with Midway Games
Midway Games
to form NetherRealm Studios.[15] On January 13, 2010, it was announced that Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment will produce and have exclusive rights to Sesame Street video games starting in fall 2010 with Elmo's A-to-Zoo Adventure and Cookie's Counting Carnival.[16][17] On February 23, 2010, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group announced it had acquired majority stake in Rocksteady Studios, an independent development studio based in London. Rocksteady and Warner had previously worked together in Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, and as been announced to work in the future with more Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
licenses.[18] On March 22, 2010, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive is the latest videogame company to open a studio in Quebec. Current president Martin Tremblay will lead the new Montreal
Montreal
studio, which will be known as WB Games Montréal. This new studio will gradually grow to include more than 300 people by the end of 2015. Tremblay also said that Warner will open another studio in another city soon. Martin Tremblay told us that the new Montreal
Montreal
studio will focus on creating games based on the DC Comics license.[19] On April 9, 2010, Warner Bros has announced it will publish a third installment to its F.E.A.R. series in fall of this year.[20] Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Home Entertainment Group announced on April 20, 2010 the acquisition of Turbine, Inc. the developer of the famous MMOs Asheron's Call, Dungeons & Dragons Online and The Lord of the Rings Online.[21] On June 4, 2010, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Home Entertainment Group and Turbine, inc. said that the massively multiplayer online title The Lord of the Rings Online was to become a free-to-play game that autumn.[22] Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced on June 10, 2010 that Mortal Kombat, the most brutal installment of the landmark fighting game to date was due for release on the PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3
computer entertainment system and Xbox 360
Xbox 360
video game and entertainment system from Microsoft in 2011. Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat
was developed by the newly renamed NetherRealm Studios, led by Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat
creator and creative director Ed Boon.[23] Branching out from Game Party
Game Party
for the Wii, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment attempted to leverage the Xbox 360's newest piece of technology on June 14, 2010, revealed Game Party: In Motion for Kinect. Arriving November 4 as a launch title, In Motion for Microsoft's full-body motion-sensing technology brought sports and arcade games to the hardware.[24] After Kevin Tsujihara became chairman and CEO of Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Entertainment, he promoted Diane Nelson to the post of President
President
and Chief Content Officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.[25][26] In January 2015, David Haddad was named Executive Vice President
President
and General Manager of the company.[27] In October 2015, he was promoted to President.[28] On December 19, 2016, it was announced that Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
would no longer develop or publish The Lord of the Rings Online
The Lord of the Rings Online
or Dungeons & Dragons Online; further development of the game would be handled by a newly formed studio Standing Stone Games, with publishing to be transitioned over to Daybreak Game Company. The new studio would take the old development team from Turbine, leaving Turbine as mobile only developer.[29] As part of the deal, Daybreak did not pick-up the rights to Asheron's Call, an original IP created by Turbine and thus owned by Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
as part of the 2010 acquisition. This resulted in the closure of Asheron's Call
Asheron's Call
and Asheron's Call
Asheron's Call
2: Fallen Kings on January 31, 2017.[30] On January 24, 2017, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment announced it had acquired Avalanche Software
Avalanche Software
from Disney, including its Octane engine software, and re-opened the studio, with Blackburn returning as its CEO. The studio's first title under their new owner was a companion video game to the Disney/Pixar film Cars 3, titled Cars 3: Driven to Win, in partnership with Warner Bros., Disney, and Pixar.[31] On February 8, 2017, Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
acquired Playdemic via TT Games
TT Games
to make Lego games for mobile devices.[32] Studios[edit] Current[edit]

Avalanche Software
Avalanche Software
in Salt Lake City, Utah, founded in 1995, acquired and re-opened from The Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company
on January 24, 2017 after Disney Interactive Studios
Disney Interactive Studios
being closed in May 2016[33] Monolith Productions
Monolith Productions
in Kirkland, Washington, founded in 1994, acquired in 2004 NetherRealm Studios
NetherRealm Studios
in Chicago, founded as Midway Games
Midway Games
Chicago
Chicago
in 1988, acquired from Midway Games
Midway Games
on July 27, 2009 and renamed in 2010 Rocksteady Studios
Rocksteady Studios
in London, founded in 2004 and majority stake acquired in February 2010 TT Games
TT Games
in Knutsford, England, founded in 2005, acquired November 8, 2007

Playdemic in Manchester, founded in 2010, acquired on February 8, 2017[32] Traveller's Tales
Traveller's Tales
in Knutsford, England, founded in 1989, reorganized as subsidiary of TT Games
TT Games
in 2005 TT Animation TT Fusion
TT Fusion
in Wilmslow, England, founded in 2005 as Embryonic Studios, reorganized as division by TT Games
TT Games
in 2007 TT Games
TT Games
Publishing in Bristol, England, founded in 2003 as Giant Interactive Entertainment, reorganized as division as TT Games
TT Games
in 2005

Turbine in Needham, Massachusetts, founded in 1994, acquired in 2010 WB Games Montréal
WB Games Montréal
in Montreal, founded in 2010[19] WB Games New York in Troy, New York, founded in 2017[34] WB Games San Francisco
San Francisco
in San Francisco, founded in 2013[35]

Defunct[edit]

Snowblind Studios in Kirkland, Washington, founded in 1997, acquired in 2009. Merged into Monolith Productions
Monolith Productions
in 2012. Surreal Software in Kirkland, Washington, founded in 1995, acquired from Midway Games
Midway Games
on July 27, 2009. Merged into Monolith Productions in 2010.

List of video games[edit] Main article: List of Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment video games See also[edit]

List of Batman
Batman
video games List of video games based on DC Comics Middle-earth in video games List of Looney Tunes
Looney Tunes
video games List of Superman video games List of Tom and Jerry video games List of Tiny Toon Adventures video games

References[edit]

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Warner Home Video
releases cartoon collections on video)" – via HighBeam. (Subscription required.) ^ Sooman, Derek (August 12, 2004). " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Buys Monolith". TechSpot. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Alexander, Leigh (October 19, 2007). "Q&A: Warner Bros' Ryan Talks Expansion, Acquisition, Superheroes". Gamasutra. UBM plc. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Kietzmann, Ludwig (December 11, 2007). "Report: TT Games
TT Games
sold to Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
for approx. $210 million". Engadget. AOL. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Strengthens Partnership with SCi". Edge Online. August 25, 2008. Archived from the original on May 23, 2012. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Brightman, James (December 15, 2008). " Time Warner
Time Warner
has picked up an additional 10 million shares, raising its total stake in Eidos to about 20% percent". GameDaily. AOL. Archived from the original on March 14, 2009. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Zeitchik, Steven (January 28, 2009). "Lara Croft to return to the big screen". The Hollywood Reporter. Eldridge Industries. Archived from the original on February 3, 2009.  ^ "Offer for Eidos plc". Square Enix
Square Enix
Holdings Co Limited. February 12, 2009. Retrieved February 12, 2009.  ^ Jenkins, David (February 16, 2009). "Warner Backs Square Enix
Square Enix
Bid For Eidos". Gamasutra. UBM plc. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Nelson, Randy (February 4, 2009). "Warner Bros Interactive acquires Snowblind Studios". Engadget. AOL. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Gilbert, Ben (July 27, 2009). " Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat
team sheds Midway skin for 'WB Games Chicago'". Engadget. AOL. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Pigna, Kris (June 27, 2009). " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Emerges as Sole Bidder for Midway". 1UP. IGN. Archived from the original on July 21, 2016. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Spangler, Todd (July 17, 2009). "Midway Completes Time Warner
Time Warner
Sale". Multichannel News. NewBay Media. Archived from the original on July 25, 2012. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ Martin, Matt (July 28, 2009). " Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat
studio becomes WB Games Chicago". gamesindustry.biz. gamesindustry. Retrieved October 28, 2016.  ^ " Warner Bros.
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Interactive Entertainment Announces Mortal Kombat". Business Wire. June 10, 2010. Retrieved October 29, 2016.  ^ " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment And Sesame Workshop Announce Exclusive Worldwide Publishing Agreement For Sesame Street
Sesame Street
Video Games". Warner Brps. January 13, 2010. Retrieved October 29, 2016.  ^ " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment Announces Sesame Street: Elmo's A-to-Zoo Adventure and Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival". EON. June 7, 2010. Retrieved October 29, 2016.  ^ Kietzmann, Ludwig (February 23, 2010). " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
acquires Batman dev Rocksteady Studios". Engadget. AOL. Retrieved October 29, 2016.  ^ a b Graft, Kris (March 22, 2010). " Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment To Set Up New Montreal
Montreal
Studio". Gamasutra. UBM plc. Retrieved October 29, 2016.  ^ Brice, Katherine (April 9, 2010). "Warner Bros announces FEAR 3". gamesindustry.biz. Gamer Network. Retrieved December 6, 2016.  ^ Pham, Alex (April 20, 2010). " Warner Bros.
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acquires Turbine, developer of Lord of the Rings Online". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved December 6, 2016.  ^ Martin, Matt (June 4, 2010). "Lord of the Rings Online adopts free-to-play model". gamesindustry.biz. Game Network. Retrieved December 6, 2016.  ^ "Mortal Kombat". Time Warner. June 10, 2010. Retrieved December 6, 2016.  ^ Makuch, Eddie (June 15, 2010). "Game Party: In Motion slated for Kinect
Kinect
launch". GameSpot. CBS Interactive. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved December 6, 2016.  ^ Littleton, Cynthia (May 15, 2013). " Kevin Tsujihara Realigns Management of WB's TV, Home Entertainment Units". Variety. Penske Media Corporation. Archived from the original on August 14, 2013. DC Entertainment prexy Diane Nelson adds oversight of the WB Interactive Entertainment unit overseeing its vidgame biz. She’ll now have dual report to Tsujihara and motion picture group topper Jeff Robinov.  ^ "Diane Nelson". DCEntertainment.com. 2014. Archived from the original on June 26, 2014. As President
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Warner Bros.
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External links[edit]

Company homepage Game titles Career page Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment at MobyGames

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Founders

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Interactive Entertainment

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