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Two oft requested returning fighters and John Rambo join the lineup.
With the Harry Potter creator facing criticism over views seen as transphobic, Warner is distancing its new game from Rowling.
After many leaks and reports, it was finally revealed at today's PS5 event.
Don't expect to just roll up on Mr. Freeze, smack him down, and be done with it.
What could have resulted in the mother of all consolidations seems to have fizzled out.
It's time to take down Supes.
Including a 20-minute Q&A session with the developers.
Maybe the team will take another crack at licensing NOLF after finishing the System Shock remake?
Talk about a first-party acquisition.
The rumors of Avalanche Software's magical open world seem true.
Could this be the long-teased Court of Owls project?
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Demos and digital events are on the way to fill your summer.
Warner Bros. Games hasn't hosted an E3 press conference before, and now it can't in 2020.
"Buy 'Scorpion's Revenge' or go to hell!"
The European ratings board may have spilled the beans on an MK remaster.
Batman's greatest enemy leans into R-rated action again.
Warner Bros. will be backing IO's next project, whatever it may be.
In Team Raids, trios of fighters will fight simultaneous individual matches against a single boss.
This might be the long-rumored Court of Owls.
Gotham's grittiest and goofiest are free for a limited time on Epic Games Store.
It's got everything: Warm sand, clear water, and a suspicious-looking bald man named 47.
Several publishers are set to disclose odds by 2020 at the latest.
Here's our beginner's guide for Shadow of War, including how to save, essential tips and tricks, and more.
Wizards, point your brooms towards Indianapolis.
Ah snap, here we go again.
We have a release date for Niantic's Harry Potter AR game.
Former employees detail a studio culture of crunch and class division.
Sometimes it's more fun to let someone else fight for you.
Mortal Kombat strikes a fatality.
The premium store is live, and you'll probably have to wait for your chosen skin.
The Switch version reveals who may be joining the Fatality party.
IO Interactive is just getting started on Hitman 2.
Maybe it's too much.
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa returns to the role he played back in 1995.
Co-op zombie-killing is staggering back into the fray.
We get our first look at the Pokemon Go developer's upcoming AR-enabled game.
There's almost 27 years of Mortal Kombat games to pick from.
The Hitman faithful community is somewhat unhappy with the collection of two older titles.
The terms for the settlement were not disclosed.
No, Rocksteady isn't working on a Superman game.
From a tattoo gone wrong to a fling with real estate, these are the best kills in Hitman 2.
Agent 47 is a master of disguises, no matter how wrong a fit he is for them.
The last two Hitman games might see a release on modern consoles.
Two hitmen, one target.
Murder between two (or more) ferns.
A major patch changes the way you play Shadow of War.
Cites similarities between the two mobile games.
You can snipe your targets, or utilize the environment to kill them.
Here's to hoping the post-launch content is just as rich, if not better than season one's.
The latest batch of DLC from LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 lets you get behind the steering wheel of the Big Purple Machine.
The loot boxes undermine the core Nemesis System.
LEGO and superheroes: They just click.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, AKA "The Harry Potter Mobile Game That's Not Harry Potter GO," will school you later this year.
Maybe for the holidays?
We finally get a glimpse of turtle power in action.
The first story downloadable content for Shadow of War is available today.
A new Scribblenauts is "go"!
TT Games plays with time and digs deep into the history of the Marvel universe.
The DC-powered fighter heads to another universe for its next characters.
More info on Harry Potter: Wizards Unite to follow in 2018.
Psyonix is partnering with Warner Bros. for future physical releases.
The toys-to-life version of Lego looks like it'll end its two-year run.
A quick rundown of Monolith's action-packed entry into Middle-Earth canon.
They call me Câty the Lovelorn in the streets of Mordor.
Pirates continue to tear through Denuvo DRM with ease.
"We think of it as a similar principle to collectible card games"
Let's take a look at the microtransactions and loot box mechanics of Monolith's highly anticipated Shadow of War.
Talion's quest for revenge blows up big time. But is that for the better?
Shadow of War continues the story of Talion and Celebrimbor that began in Shadow of War, as the pair cut a brutal, bloody path through the heart of Mordor, straight to Sauron.
The company is issuing refunds for players who purchased the DLC.
Monolith Production doesn't expect paid loot boxes to intrude on most players.
The Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC money won't be going to WB, it seems.
Look out, Shelob's got a cocktail dress.
Middle-earth opens up a marketplace.
Just like an elephant, an Orc never forgets.
If you can't wait for Avengers Infinity War, just check out the Lego Marvel games.
Set your characters to an AI load-out, sit back, and collect your loot.
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