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Submitted by Murpho 1091d ago | article

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment E3 2012 Company Spotlight

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment had a strong year in 2011 with Batman: Arkham City leading the charge to financial success. Time Warner’s Filmed Entertainment Business, which WBIE belongs to, saw its revenues rise to record heights last year. Surely part of this can be attributed not just to Rocksteady’s Arkham City, but to digital smash hit Bastion, Mortal Kombat, and Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7, too. (Batman: Arkham City, E3, Grasshopper Manufacture, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw, PS3, Rocksteady, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Wii U, Xbox 360)

italianbreadman  +   1091d ago
All about Lollipop Chainsaw. I think this will be appealing in a way that No More Heroes Never could be: it'll PLAY WELL.
ThichQuangDuck  +   1091d ago
Justice League Story co op game with unique abilities and upgrades for each character. Make choices with your team of super heros leading to unique endings or their demise,but really just more lego games

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