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Submitted by _gray_fox 678d ago | news

Warner Bros opens new studio in San Francisco

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today the formation of WB Games San Francisco, a new, digital video game studio in San Francisco, California. Opening this year, the studio will specialize in developing and publishing high-quality, free-to-play, mobile, social and browser-based games. (Industry, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)

majiebeast  +   678d ago
False alarm people its a studio for mobile trash.
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Chris558  +   678d ago
Thanks Barney for saving us
RustedMan  +   678d ago
"mobile, social and browser-based games"
...As if we need more of those.
Roper316  +   678d ago
did someone actually expect something good from WB on the games front? Even if it wasn't garbage mobile games it would be garbage licensed tie in games and we all know how 99.9% of those turn out.

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