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More DC games on the way, Time Warner boss hints

Warner Bros. has even bigger plans for its DC Comics licenses than just the Batman: Arkham games, apparently.

Time Warner headlines

  • US cable companies preparing to offer TV streamed triple-a games

    American cable companies AT&T, Verizon and Time Warner are preparing to enter the gaming race by offering streamed triple-a titles via television. It’s a move that – if executed correctly – could pose a real challenge to physical consoles moving forward.

  • Xbox Live connectivity issues hit Time Warner subs

    Xbox Live has been flaky as a genuine Parisian croissant this past weekend – but only for those using Time Warner’s ISP services.

  • Rumour: Microsoft in frame to buy Activision majority share

    Potential buyers for Vivendi’s 60 percent share of Activision Blizzard include Microsoft, Time Warner and Tencent, news source Reuters has reported.

  • Warner Bros. Interactive Q1 led by Lego Star Wars

    Warner Bros. Interactive’s parent company Time Warner has posted its financial results for the first quarter, noting an increase in video games revenue.

  • Time Warner buys extra 10 million shares in Eidos

    According to this Reuters report, Time Warner’s extended its share in Eidos to 20 percent. The firm bought 10 million shares in the UK publisher to increase its stake. Time Warner bought the shares on December 11 and now holds about 52.5 million shares in the company.

  • SCi rejects latest offer, rumour swirls around Time Warner

    According to GI, SCi rejected the latest offer for the company. From the site: UK publisher SCi has confirmed that it has rejected the latest offer made for the company, saying the proposal failed to “represent sufficient value.” The unnamed third party’s offer came with a “significant premium” on the publisher’s current share and offered […]