Warner Bros

  • MovieSD: Japan gets "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" on microSD

    I don’t know why, but microSD seems to suddenly become an alternative for distributing digital content lately, at least in Japan. Two weeks ago, a Japanese entertainment company was the first in the world to start selling digital content on a microSD card (a rock band sold its songs, videos and lyrics on PDF on a profesionally marketed microSD card). Last week, Disney Japan announced it… Read More

  • Latest dev diary for Batman: Arkham Asylum

    So, how messed up are the souls residing in Arkham Asylum? Check out the latest developer diary from the chaps at Rocksteady Studios. Paul Dini also talks about the storyline for this upcoming Eidos/WB title. I played a bit of it at E3 and it’s pretty damn fun. Can’t wait for it to drop on August 25th. Read More

  • Midway's assets sold to Warner Bros. for $33 million

    Troubled Midway has found itself a buyer in Warner Bros. and the movie studio also picked up an additional two dev studios in Chicago and Seattle. A Delaware bankruptcy judge approved the $33 million sale today that includes the rights to Mortal Kombat, Joust, and Spy Hunter. Read More

  • Red2Blu: Swap those HD DVDs for Blu-ray discs from WB

    Well isn’t this a sweet promo from Warner Bros to promote Blu-ray and attempt to eliminate the remaining HD DVD inventory. The trade-in program is a bit weird, though. You don’t actually have to send in the HD DVD disc to get a copy of the same movie on Blu-ray. All WB wants is the original cover sleeve and nothing else. Prices on Blu-ray discs start at $4.95 and go up to $14.95… Read More

  • Collector’s Edition of Batman: Arkham Asylum gets official

    Eidos and Warner Bros have just officially announced the CE of BAA and it’s a tad different than what Gamestop has on their website. Hit the jump to see what $100 will get you this summer. Read More

  • Warner Bros launches on-demand DVD service

    With the massive onslaught of downloadable and/or streaming content from service providers like Netflix, Vudu and Hulu; Hollywood studios are hurting for revenue from DVD sales, but Warner Bros may have an ace in the hole. They’re now offering the WB archive of over 6800 films for a new “made-to-order” service. To date, WB has only released 1200 of those films since entering… Read More

  • CrunchArcade Roundup

    Things are looking up today or down depending on where you live. GI has confirmed with Nintendo that the Wii will see an increase in price in the UK from 180 GBP to about 200 GBP. Why is this happening to our brethren across the pond you might ask? It’s simple, really. The state of the economy worldwide is pretty rank and the pound is depreciating at a rate, which Nintendo does not… Read More

  • F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin demo now available

    Just a quick head’s up to the gamers in the audience that WB’s F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin demo is now live for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC owners. The Xbox 360 demo should be live now and the PS3 demo will be up later today (depending on when you read this it might already be up). The game ships on February 10th if you’re willing to wait and not spoil all the fun. I had a private… Read More

  • New Watchmen trailer (Japan version with unseen footage) is out

    Watchmen, the highly anticipated superhero film based on Alan Moore’s cult graphic novel of the same name gets yet another trailer. This one was released by Warner Bros. Japan today and features a lot of new (and fantastic looking) footage from the movie. Read More

  • The Dark Knight is the best selling Blu-ray disc in history

    The facts: The Dark Knight is the best selling Blu-ray disc in the format’s two-year history. Warner Bros. sold more than 1.7 million copies of the film since its Dec. 9 release. Read More

  • Square makes pass at Lara Croft, Warner laughs heartily

    Earlier today, gaming news site MCV learned that Square Enix is preparing to bid against Warner Interactive in an attempt to purchase Eidos, or at least a part of it. Given the fact that Warner Interactive already owns a percentage of Eidos, and last month they were given the opportunity to buy more shares, industry pundits still expect Warner to close the deal. Given the financial problems… Read More