Go Fish with Final Space's Gary

3 Apr 2018 - By TW Staff

Yesterday, TBS brought Final Space to Facebook with a first-to-market, live-streamed, interactive game featuring astronaut Gary—the series' animated star—in a no-holds-barred round of "Go Fish."

Performed in real time on Facebook, “Cards With Gary” mixed real-world elements with the cartoon world based on the new television series.

Mobile Games Are Coming

3 Mar 2015 - By TW Staff

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment just announced its upcoming slate of mobile games, which are currently under development with Warner Bros. wholly-owned development studios. And the new games are leveraging some very powerful franchises (think Batman, DC Comics, Mortal Kombat, the LEGO brand and even Game of Thrones).

Batman: Arkham Knight at His Darkest

25 Feb 2015 - By TW Staff

Have you seen the latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight? The Scarecrow returns to Gotham City and unites the Rogues Gallery, including Two-Face, Penguin, the Riddler, the Arkham Knight, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, to take down The Dark Knight and claim Gotham as their own.

The game—the epic conclusion to Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham trilogy—is available June 2, but you can get a spine-tingling sneak peek below.

Reclaim Erebor in LEGO The Hobbit Videogame

9 Apr 2014 - By TW Staff

The real question is, who hasn't pictured themselves immersed in the epic adventures of Bilbo Baggins and company? Now anyone can escape to Middle-earth anytime they want with the launch of LEGO The Hobbit, a new videogame from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group.

The DC Multiverse Becomes Even More Epic

8 Aug 2013 - By TW Staff

Super heroes and super villains fighting together? Only in Infinite Crisis and the DC Multiverse. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have something special to share with you. This behind-the-scenes with Jim Lee and Geoff Johns looks at Infinite Crisis, the highly anticipated video game.

Falling Skies Got Game

22 Aug 2013 - By TW Staff

TNT and worldwide video game publisher Little Orbit announced a partnership last week that'll bring the epic alien-invasion television series Falling Skies to multiple game consoles.

Based on the popular TNT show of the same name, Falling Skies will tie directly into the television series, with a scenario that will weave itself into the existing universe and feature voice work by the show's actors.