Posts Tagged ‘Warner Bros.’
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With the purchase of Midway’s US assets for a cool $33 million, and a push into disparate videogame markets with titles like Lego Universe, Batman: Arkham City and multiple licensed products, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment is quickly becoming one of the biggest names in gaming. We talk to president Martin Tremblay about what the future holds for WB and its videogame initiative.
Few would have guessed that following Jumpgate, Auto Assault and Warmonger NetDevil’s next project would be a Lego-based MMO, but that’s exactly the direction the studio took. With the servers for the game soon to be open to the public, we spoke with Lego Universe lead producer Chris Sherland about the past, present and future of MMOs for kids.
Warner Bros. Interactive’s acquisition of Turbine Inc. is the latest in a series of strategic deals that has seen it become one of gaming’s largest publishers in just seven years. The industry has a new player.